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    Senior Member trailscout's Avatar
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    Mongol Pete, PlacerLode and GaryL like this.
    Ya gotta finish the loop, it's your only way out!

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    Impressive sir!
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    That's really something!! I would not even take my ROKON up some of that stuff!!!!
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    Never even scratched it right !!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll never tell my wife we can't go on that trail now............. I get all shook up over 1" of sand. (o; Well done guys. OMM.

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    Just curious what size rear sprocket you are running?
    2007 TW

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    I ain't doing that!! m.
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    Awesome video!



    I've been on a couple of trails down here in the Rincons a little like that, it makes me wonder what kind of rockstar lunatics cut a trail like that in the first place?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodi View Post
    Just curious what size rear sprocket you are running?


    70T.



    The trail is an old mining pack trail made for horses and donkeys. North of Wickenburg, AZ.
    Ya gotta finish the loop, it's your only way out!

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    Wow, that's some ruff stuff! Good job dodging the cactus, too. Thanks for sharing, cool video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trailscout View Post
    The trail is an old mining pack trail made for horses and donkeys. North of Wickenburg, AZ.




    After watching that video, I would stess "old mining pack trail made for horses and donkeys". That was one ruff and tuff trail for sure, but fun to watch.
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