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Old 05-03-2011, 08:23 AM   #91
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I'm prolly gonna follow you local yokals around. I like trouble, but not too much. I'd like to go up whoop and see if upping my fork oil to 15W will keep Pigboat from bottoming out when I land
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Old 05-03-2011, 09:28 AM   #92
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I'm prolly gonna follow you local yokals around. I like trouble, but not too much. I'd like to go up whoop and see if upping my fork oil to 15W will keep Pigboat from bottoming out when I land

Just go to the mall and wheelie off speed bumps
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Old 05-03-2011, 03:02 PM   #93
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Just go to the mall and wheelie off speed bumps

I'd git too skeert if I tried that!
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:04 AM   #94
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I'm prolly gonna follow you local yokals around. I like trouble, but not too much. I'd like to go up whoop and see if upping my fork oil to 15W will keep Pigboat from bottoming out when I land
It will stiffin it up quite a bit, but it will slooowww down your rebound.
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:12 AM   #95
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Routes for those trailing into wrm for slap

We have had questions as to how best get to the mountain so here are five suggested routes. The easiest and most vehicle friendly is the one coming in from I-40. If you are camping at Shores Lake this is the one you want to take as it is paved to the lake but not beyond.

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Old 05-04-2011, 05:08 PM   #96
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I'm prolly gonna follow you local yokals around. I like trouble, but not too much. I'd like to go up whoop and see if upping my fork oil to 15W will keep Pigboat from bottoming out when I land
Bring the Pig Boat on, I can't promise you, you would like Fridays ride plan, but I know you will LOVE Saturdays plan.
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Bring the Pig Boat on, I can't promise you, you would like Fridays ride plan, but I know you will LOVE Saturdays plan.
Sounds like fun!

BTW, Pigboat is it's name. But yes, it is a pig boat Especially with me at the helm!
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Sounds like fun!

BTW, Pigboat is it's name. But yes, it is a pig boat Especially with me at the helm!
Better bring a hernia belt Terry.
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or one of these..

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or one of these..

That'll pick me up. What about Pigboat?
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Could someone take a look at this route posted here and get me around Lee Creek Rd, BUT going down Pannell Rd?
I do want to take on Pannell, but as posted previously Lee Creek Rd is impassable?

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You really need to learn mapsource. This change took exactly one click of the mouse.

Here ya go. Enjoy.
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Could someone take a look at this route posted here and get me around Lee Creek Rd, BUT going down Pannell Rd?
I do want to take on Pannell, but as posted previously Lee Creek Rd is impassable?

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Jason, you will be fine if when you get to hwy 220, go right (north) to pannell road..you'll be away from Lee Creek..when you come down Pannell, if you go left abt 1/2 mile, you will see Lee Creek..and down load my Pannell Rd/Lee Creek bypass and it will take you back up and around those two to put you back on your track..your track looks fine, just do not go left/down (south) Lee creek rd and you will be fine.
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Jason, you will be fine if when you get to hwy 220, go right (north) to pannell road..you'll be away from Lee Creek..when you come down Pannell, if you go left abt 1/2 mile, you will see Lee Creek..and down load my Pannell Rd/Lee Creek bypass and it will take you back up and around those two to put you back on your track..your track looks fine, just do not go left/down (south) Lee creek rd and you will be fine.

Thanks. I looked at your bypass. I'm still learning this mapsource stuff, so it's taking me awhile to figure all of this out. I'll find time tomorrow to take a closer look at things and see if I can move some waypoints around.
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Jason, you will be fine if when you get to hwy 220, go right (north) to pannell road..you'll be away from Lee Creek..when you come down Pannell, if you go left abt 1/2 mile, you will see Lee Creek..and down load my Pannell Rd/Lee Creek bypass and it will take you back up and around those two to put you back on your track..your track looks fine, just do not go left/down (south) Lee creek rd and you will be fine.
Ok, so I head north on 220, hang a right on Lee Creek, to Old Cove City Rd, down Pannell Rd, Then head west on Creek Fork Rd?? then peaceful way down to 59 which will take me back to 220 north.
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