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My First Whoops

Discussion in 'WHOOPS!!' started by rjcooperss396, January 5, 2017.

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      After almost 30 years of off-roading I had my first whoops. This happened on 2N17X on January 1st. after tipping my Explorer on it's side I had three guys stand on the rocker bars and I backed it up and back on all fours. I then ran the hill again and made it all the way up but I was the only one who did so we turned around and headed back down.

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      Nice! I don't recognize the exact spot, but I've done that trail many times, it's a good one.
       
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      It doesn't look the same since the fire. This section is the V notch that was right after you drove through the all of the trees.
       

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