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Yes there will be a group doing it.  I tagged you on a post on facebook with the the person to contact.

Pretty sure I will be able to make this one.

RHRU 2018 / Re: RHRU 2018
« on: June 10, 2018, 05:35:41 PM »
Note: I'll likely go a bit slower than RockRanger ;)

RHRU 2018 / Re: RHRU 2018
« on: June 04, 2018, 06:27:57 AM »
By myself I can go from 168 turn off to Coyote in under 2 hours each way. But I tend to go faster then then most people on the trail. I tried to take a group to Coyote last year and traffic on the trail was the worst I had ever seen.  It took us I think 3.5 hours to go from Sand Flats to Red.  We never made it to Coyote. Swamp would be tough to do for RockHopper.  It would need to be a small group of well built rigs who like to go fast on the trail.

RHRU 2018 / Re: RHRU 2018
« on: June 01, 2018, 02:43:25 PM »
I can either lead a run to Red  or if there is enough interest possibly do a run to Coyote or Mirror.  I need to confirm with Tracy first on if we are bringing two rigs or not.  I hope Red isn't a parking lot like it was last year....

What is going on with Other Clubs / Re: Kingsburg Snow Run
« on: February 05, 2018, 04:54:42 PM »
I am a maybe at this point.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Bald on Saturday
« on: December 21, 2017, 09:29:37 AM »
Dave (Tokyotoy) and myself are headed to bald on Saturday. We are meeting at 815 in Prather then heading up the hill.  If anyone wants to join us you are more then welcome.

I will be out of town so I will not be able to attend.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: Wheeling Oct 28 and 29 2017
« on: October 30, 2017, 02:13:16 PM »
Wish I could have made it.  I haven't been wheeling nearly as much as I would have liked this year. Hopefully next year I will get more trips in.

Not sure if I will be in town or not. If I am I will let you know.

Following.  I can't commit just yet but would like to make it this year.

When I took my test it was 15 bucks.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: Spanish Lake Monday October 9.
« on: October 01, 2017, 04:21:20 PM »
If I find out where the jet is we might try to.  Depends in how hard of hike it is.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Spanish Lake Monday October 9.
« on: October 01, 2017, 01:00:57 PM »
Tracy, Bailey and I are talking about going to Spanish Lake Trail on Monday October 9.  It is a school holiday.  Plan is to meet in Shaver at 8:30 then head out at 8:45.  I have never done the trail.  It has been closed the last few years due to a forest fire.  Now that it is open it is time to go check it out.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: 7 days, 4-7 trails who is up for an adventure?
« on: September 18, 2017, 12:03:50 PM »
Friday we got up and decided to go on another hike into the Dinkey Creek Wilderness. We left Coyote lake and hiked a few miles south to our First lake called First Dinkey lake.  As look at the picture you will see three peaks in the back ground.  Those are Three Sisters Peaks.  The one we on Monday was the one on the left in the below picture.  you can see this lake in the picture I posted earlier.  I fished the lake for about 20 minutes.  I caught one and lost another.

20170901_110127 by Matthew Dresselhaus, on Flickr

We left First Dinkey Lake and headed to South Lake

20170901_114913 by Matthew Dresselhaus, on Flickr

Then we hiked to Swede Lake.

20170901_121921 by Matthew Dresselhaus, on Flickr

Then headed back to First Dinkey lake and back over to Camp at Coyote.  JK Mike decided to pack camp and head home.  He was in a wedding the next day so he didn't want risk making it home in time.  Once he got back to pavement he reached me on Ham radio to let me know that he made it off the trail and the lift bracket on the passenger side was starting  to break on the front suspension.  Fortunately he he made it home that night without incident.

Saturday we packed up camp and made our way out.  We made quick work past Red Lake.  Instead of heading strait out we decided to do a quick trip over to West and Strawberry lakes.  The trails to each is not very hard but they are dusty and bouncy.

We made it to West and and I didn't take any pictures there.  Then we went over to Strawberry lake.

IMG_0948 by Matthew Dresselhaus, on Flickr

While at West Brian was showing me his modified steering shaft.  I noticed the fan was also rubbing on the shroud.  a quick look around and noticed the passenger motor mount bolt snapped on the top.  A length of chain and a bolt was wrapped around the mount to hold it on the way out.  We made it back to pavement and back to reality.  It had been a great week of fun adventure and relaxation.  I made the two hour drive home.  Brian and TJ mike drove down the mountain to stay the night in town and leave for San Diego Sunday morning.  You can read more about Brians adventure on the way home here.

  Bkennedy's SAS and Modification Thread

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