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  1. #11
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    Nice Conal.

    I am sure this break away from work is needed and well deserving vs being in central LA dealing with and foreclosing homes w/the LA Sheriff.
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    Glad folks enjoyed Leadville.

    Now lets start planning for 2010 in Moab

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloharover View Post
    Glad folks enjoyed Leadville.

    Now lets start planning for 2010 in Moab
    Next year I'm going to the rally. I'm blocking off the calendar now!
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    We've got a long way to go and a short time to get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMEDforBATTLE View Post
    Next year I'm going to the rally. I'm blocking off the calendar now!
    can't believe you have not been to the National Rally

    Moab is fun and Golden Spike (Includes Poison Spider and Gold Bar Rim) should be on your must do trail list. 35 miles and 10 hours or more. The Slick rock offers a unique driving experience, but can be hard on the drive train and suspension. 08 NR first day Golden Spike saw broken rear shocks (OME and Fox), propshaft UJ's, diffs, axles, and suspension links, left one LR on the trail. It was dark before we hit the highway, you may need those lights after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover Mack View Post
    can't believe you have not been to the National Rally

    Moab is fun and Golden Spike (Includes Poison Spider and Gold Bar Rim) should be on your must do trail list. 35 miles and 10 hours or more. The Slick rock offers a unique driving experience, but can be hard on the drive train and suspension. 08 NR first day Golden Spike saw broken rear shocks (OME and Fox), propshaft UJ's, diffs, axles, and suspension links, left one LR on the trail. It was dark before we hit the highway, you may need those lights after all
    Its just getting the time off work...ive only been at this LR mess for 3 years now. and 2 of the years I was afraid to drive my green classic to the gas station without some issue.
    Now I have a much more sound vehicle.

    35 miles 10 hrs! haha where do I sign up for that!

    the dark is a non issue....
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    Here are a few of my shots.

    The mix of trucks is changing - quickly. Many more LR3s than I expected, and the grey market 110s and 130s are now a show of force. There were probably 15+ grey market Defenders at the event, most were diesel. There was six of them on Thursday's Tin Cup run.

    Here is a shot from Nick Taylor, the night we ate at Doc's


    Here are a few pictures from Tin Cup and Hankock.

    Nick Taylors D-90 RHD, 300TDI


    Nice SIII that participated in the old Border to Border events.


    Near the top of Tin Cup


    Nice picture Nathan! The Defender is just an incredible truck. A joy to drive.






    Some of the line-up




    Miners Cabin and a 110


    I have a bunch images more posted here, including the vendor night:
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    Quote Originally Posted by expeditionswest View Post
    Here are a few of my shots.

    The mix of trucks is changing - quickly. Many more LR3s than I expected, and the grey market 110s and 130s are now a show of force. There were probably 15+ grey market Defenders at the event, most were diesel. There was six of them on Thursday's Tin Cup run.

    Here is a shot from Nick Taylor, the night we ate at Doc's


    Here are a few pictures from Tin Cup and Hankock.

    Nick Taylors D-90 RHD, 300TDI


    Nice SIII that participated in the old Border to Border events.


    Near the top of Tin Cup


    Nice picture Nathan! The Defender is just an incredible truck. A joy to drive.






    Some of the line-up




    Miners Cabin and a 110


    I have a bunch images more posted here, including the vendor night:
    Lots of red X's.

    That Border to Border rig drove all the way from north of Vancouver, BC. He was on our saturday run and changed spark plugs during the lunch break.
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    thanks for sharing, scott! great shots. makes one very envious, especially hearing about all the 110s that showed up. i just picked up a non-grey market 110 about two months ago.

    btw, was one of the 130s driven by a guy named dale knepp from NC? i know he was headed out that way, but i wanna say he was actually selling his 130 to someone en route or at the rally itself.
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    Thanks guys. The LRNR is a great event, one I enjoy attending every year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARMEDforBATTLE View Post
    Next year I'm going to the rally. I'm blocking off the calendar now!
    x2...see you guys there

    Lets start a list.

    2010 Moab National Rally

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