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    The wife and I just watched that video and all I can say is WOW! I didn't see any T-dubs on it, mainly larger bikes and, two-strokes at that. It (that trail) looks like it could be a ton of fun, for those young at heart. This 67 year old fat body of mine most likely wouldn't make it for the first hundred feet. We have done many, many trails like that, in the Moab area with our Jeeps. We did the Moab Jeep Safari for 14 years in a row. Yeah, lots of people but not nearly as many as there are today in the same event. The T-dubs suspension is a bit limited for things like that but, I suppose one could make it work. Anyway, those trails sure provide for some great fun and, as usual for that area of the U.S., lots of great scenery.
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    Hey Admiral, Fred, EJFrnaz & esteemed 2019 Moab dubbers. After such a blast with all you fun guys, I can't wait to get back out on the trails with you all.
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    Sthrnromr, if you do make it to Moab you need to bring your “Orange Dragon” along with “The Goat”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejfranz View Post
    Sthrnromr, if you do make it to Moab you need to bring your “Orange Dragon” along with “The Goat”.
    LMAO - Both bikes would definitely come. No worries there.
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