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Thread: WAYALIFE Presidents Weekend Death Valley Run 2018

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    Knows a Thing or Two RMC2's Avatar
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    Looked like a fun time. I love seeing history first hand.
    Matt

    Do the speed bumps at the mall count as crawlin?

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    Man, there's just so much cool stuff in DV that I still haven't seen. Need to find these places now . I remember taking that Echo Canyon obstacle with confidence right after we did the newb run back in 2014. But I don't remember it being so tall. Thanks for that trip report Eddie, so awesome!

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    It's trips like this that makes me hate that I don't have Jeep. Maybe one-day other brands vehicles could tag along with you guys on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    No lie, the JL eats up bumps amazingly well - WAY BETTER than a stock JK and I should note, at FULL STREET PRESSURE. Whatever the coil rate is and/or the valving of the shocks - they are a HUGE improvement and enough so that I'm hesitant to upgrade to anything else.

    I will say that pushing the suspension really hard, really fast and for a significant amount of miles, I did notice a bit of shock fade but then, I'm sure I would have noticed that on any standard monotube shock.
    Wow thatís amazing!!! So glad to hear! I guess thatís why evo has developed a boost kit that retains all the stock geometry and components

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Looks like a blast. That shake guy is a total serial killer.
    I noticed that too with the look he's giving in the picture.
    The mountains are calling and I must go.
    John Muir

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    That was a much needed trip! Great times too. I was impressed with the JL, epecially the mileage.
    The mountains are calling and I must go.
    John Muir

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    Thanks for sharing! That looks like a lot of fun. I canít wait, for the video.


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    Ugh, I really want to join you all on a trip sometime! Looks like a blast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I kid you not, I could feel the guy staring at me the whole time but it was only until I saw the pic that I knew I wasn't imagining things



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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Nice Book Ends.... bet thereís a lot of great stories in there. Attachment 1184
    LOL!! You know it

    Quote Originally Posted by RockingK View Post
    You guys share great times and I appreciate it👍👍👍
    Thanks, glad to hear it

    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    Did anybody actually use the back seat for anything? Is removing the back seat difficult or impossible?
    I guess we kinda did for our dog. Not impossible to remove the back seat but I don't know why you'd need to.

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