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The Mojave Road was great from Laughlin to Barstow. The desert was in bloom. Here is a little bit at dusk my GF dropped the cam at the end when we went through a ditch section and launched a little.

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thanks I am very new to video That is a hand camera I need a go pro or a go phony.

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I am going to do the Mojave road for Easter if anyone is interested. I have a short video on you tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1W7VRWuVP4 from briggs coming down.
Oh, that's funny. Reminds me of my wife.

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Birch - You run the trail way faster then I've ran it...

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I would not run it that fast with any other 4x4 I lifted before either. Would not do it with this one until I lifted it with the cut and turned long travel kit I plated and gusseted the beams on. That and Deaver springs and tall shock towers with King Shocks installed. Holy WOW I was amazed at how smooth over rough and whoops it did. My other lifts were suspension lifts with Rancho shocks but could not compare. I have done a few other upgrades but have a few more in mind. I have always liked off roading but way more into it now. I like the off road trips a lot more now! I had never done the long ones I look for now like Mojave Road. That was great from Laughlin to Barstow. Did that and my last Death Valley Goler Wash and Mengal Pass into Striped Butte in 2wd no problem with one of my lockers. Was not driving fast through Goler and Mengal with the hardcore rocks but amazed how it did it getting through it all no problem.

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