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Erik
lake cowichan
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Just wondering who is in around the Ladysmith area my Jeep is now living in Ladysmith and I would like to get out and explore some areas and see about making new Trail connections thought I would see who is around the area. I'm running 37-inch tires 4 inches of lift front and rear lockers and don't worry about scratches

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Jas
Langford/Duncan

I wouldnt mind going out and exploring with ya but I doubt I can keep up with you on 31s and 3" lift lol

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Erik
lake cowichan

Yes most of the time it is just scouting out new trails usually involves a bit of backtracking to see if the roads actually go somewhere or not I just like to get everything mapped and then from home I can look at train and link up New Roads excetera

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Ernest Motz
Nanaimo

I'm in Nanaimo but no big deal to whip out to Ladysmith. My TJ is a Rubicon with front and rear lockers. I've got a 4" lift and 33" tires. Don't mind pinstriping but don't want dents. So if you guys are planning to explore around let me know and maybe I can join you. This weekend doesn't look too good for me, but I'm retired and free most of the time with a little advance notice.

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Jas
Langford/Duncan

If that's the case I'd be happy to come out.
I'm locked front and rear as well with a 10,000 winch
31s and 3" lift

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Erik
lake cowichan

You buy that from Paul?

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Ernest Motz
Nanaimo

Hey Eric and Jas - any exploring planned? Would like to get out there but don't know my way around. Let me know. Thanks.

Also Eric - do you use a brake buddy system in your Jeep when towing behind your motorhome. I've towed my Jeep for a number of years behind my diesel pusher without a brake buddy, but the RV had an exhaust brake so didn't really put any strain on the RV pulling and stopping the Jeep. But sold that RV and now have a class C gas so wondering if I should add a brake buddy to the Jeep - it's required in most provinces and states anyway.

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Erik
lake cowichan

Yes I do write a Brake Buddy when of the air powered surge style systems it works pretty good I've always said there is no rush when I'm in the motorhome though I think I am heading out on Saturday probably around the Nanaimo airport area just to do some GIS and GPS mapping it probably won't be stock friendly though

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Ernest Motz
Nanaimo

Let me know what time and where to meet up. I don't mind scratches, just don't like the roll overs and dents. I can always wimp out if it gets too rough.

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Jas
Langford/Duncan

I am on call again this weekend but I'll be doing some exploring the weekend after otherwise Id join you.
Ill post again when I'm heading out.

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steve schultz
nanaimo

id prob be into this as well. let me know where. 3" lift and 33s with a winch. not afraid of scratches.

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Erik
lake cowichan

Thinking maybe Saturday 10ish meet in Ladysmith. Not sure what the day will bring could be a lot of just driving roads to try to make them hook up to others I just want to start mapping out this whole area and start connecting trails with new trails if possible rather than roads

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steve schultz
nanaimo

oh shit ladysmith eh haha. not sure i can make it there.
death wobble is a very real thing

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Ernest Motz
Nanaimo

Hey Eric - looks like I can't make Saturday, other crap has come up. Sorry. Keep us posted on any future runs and I'll see if I can make it.

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