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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-15-2013, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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First run in the 84 Bronco

no pics, just vid.... Eagle Mountain here in Coquitlam BC
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...OAs0-UOiri1O_g

1984 Bronco Xlt, SAS 4.11, 351w w/ truck avenger 670 and headers
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-17-2013, 07:45 AM
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Looks like a tricky little trail in some spots. Good stuff!

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You need a new windshield, lol. This looks like an awesome trail, we have great wheeling here in the desert, but I have always wanted to wheel in a wooded area like that. Cool Video.

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Looks like a good ride...I'm used to deal with mud...not so much with the rocks...but I'm sure I'd still have fun giving that a shot.

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Wow AWESOME I watched the whole video, what a monster of a trail Brother I don't know how in the hell you could negotiate it but really a great job of driving.

Seems a little little scarey to me....lol lol....but a hell of a ride I'll bet, how long is the trail.....?

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nice video, thanks for sharing

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sweet video. Keep the windshield lol

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Ahhhh a dead thread lol. Goin back up eagle again tomorrow, done it a few times since the original vid. broke a drive shaft once got dragged off a few obstacles another time. Tomorrow ill be only truck so will have to be careful but Im feelin good about the ol bronco these days!
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