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Normally all groups meet at the Moab Rim Campark before heading out, that sounds easy to me. But Iím okay with giving my number out to you guys that will be there so we can coordinate things over phone/text if you are on the opposite side of town or something
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I have no issues giving my number out to guys there, plus some have the CBs and walkies.

So with most Registering with the "Bronco Safari",
Rallying at the Moab Rim Campark - Safari HQ
makes Perfect sense for the Event. (Daily)

BUT,
with the Pre-Event & Independent trail runs,
You guys might start PM'ing each other now with your digits.
(Don't post them out in the "Open")

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Normally all groups meet at the Moab Rim Campark before heading out, that sounds easy to me. But I’m okay with giving my number out to you guys that will be there so we can coordinate things over phone/text if you are on the opposite side of town or something
That works, just figure if things like a trail ride or something comes up last minute or a break down its a way to let everyone know.
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You guys might start PM'ing each other now with your digits.
(Don't post them out in the "Open")

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So, I guess BigBlue's real name is Jenny !!!!


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hey all I just sent out a couple of PMs to the list except for @tcinu2, to try and compile a number/contact list. tcinu2s name did not populate???
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hey all I just sent out a couple of PMs to the list except for @tcinu2, to try and compile a number/contact list. tcinu2s name did not populate???
Just found him, tcinu2 is now @LVSteve
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"DISLIKE"
Yes, agreed. DISLIKE for my own comment for sure.

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Looks like the 78/79 guys will have to have their own thing at this rate!
Right?! Maybe itís because our rigs are the oldest?? Iím extra bummed because I was getting through my pre-Moab list and probably going to be able to take the Bronco.
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Just found him, tcinu2 is now @LVSteve

Ohhhhh, Now that makes sense....

When @LVSteve posted being unable to attend,
I was like What? - Who dat?
I didn't have an lvsteve on any of my lists...
(But I still wanna wheel with and check out that fine rig sometime...)

Rig count now 18.

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Oh yeah, speaking of "Steves"

the last time I spoke with @[email protected]
he said he would "Reach Out" to the folks at Sexton Racing
so they could bring some more FullSize Parts for our rigs.

I been so caught up in my stuff that I Forgot to tell you guys..

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I have 11 PMs some with emails all with numbers. Once I get them all I will text the list to everyone

@95bronco460
@Bruners4
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I think I'm almost ready, few more things to do, parts should be here for that this week, think i have all my spare parts together and tools and stuff. I hope to have everything squared away this week and I'll park it until the following Saturday when i roll out. Called and check my reservation at arkveiw and added a day since I'm shooting to get there Monday rather than Tuesday. This will be an adventure for sure.
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Replied to PM. Leaving Flagstaff Thursday morning, should be in Moab early afternoon. New ProtoFab 4x$ rear bumper and Overhaulin' Soft Top support delivered to powder coat guy on Thursday. Hope to have them to install by Easter weekend. OBA is here, need to get it installed and ready to go. Truck is at the Ford dealer getting an oil change now.
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I think I'm almost ready, few more things to do, parts should be here for that this week, think i have all my spare parts together and tools and stuff. I hope to have everything squared away this week and I'll park it until the following Saturday when i roll out. Called and check my reservation at arkveiw and added a day since I'm shooting to get there Monday rather than Tuesday. This will be an adventure for sure.
I need to add another day too...
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When we first went a few years ago we left Tuesday morning so we would be there Wednesday the start of the safari and on the way home from that first trip we realized how dumb we are for not spending enough time there and since then we head out Saturday just to get the few extra days in moab, you always want that extra day there.
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Just bought two Invasion stickers from @RichG 's FSB store

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Procedes go to help veterans get into the offroading world with trips and events. Rich essentially makes next to nothing on this, and has many hours of work in these designs. Help support your Bronco Brothers and those who fight for your opportunity to build broncos!
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I feel somewhat foolish mentioning this, but I would rather feel foolish instead of someone finding out about this the hard way. I would expect anyone that is capable of turning wrenches and doing the upkeep on our rigs probably already knows about this, but again, better to mention it than someone getting surprised.

For those that are going over the mountains in Colorado to get to Moab, please be aware, if you are driving a vehicle with a carburetor and try to cross the mountains you will most likely make it 3/4 of the way up and find your vehicle die on you at a certain altitude. Carburetor jets have to be changed out to operate at higher altitudes. Fuel injected engines are not burdened by this. The O2 sensors in a fuel injection engines automatically adjust the fuel mixture to operate at any altitude.

I bring this up because back in 2014 my wife and I went out west on a road trip and saw some vehicles stalled on the side of the interstate and realized what had happened to them. If you don't have smaller jets on hand to reduce the fuel flow, you will never get your vehicle started back up until you head back down the mountain to thicker air.

I would hate to see a fellow FSB member stranded on the roadside with no way to get over the mountain.....

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I feel somewhat foolish mentioning this, but I would rather feel foolish instead of someone finding out about this the hard way. I would expect anyone that is capable of turning wrenches and doing the upkeep on our rigs probably already knows about this, but again, better to mention it than someone getting surprised.

For those that are going over the mountains in Colorado to get to Moab, please be aware, if you are driving a vehicle with a carburetor and try to cross the mountains you will most likely make it 3/4 of the way up and find your vehicle die on you at a certain altitude. Carburetor jets have to be changed out to operate at higher altitudes. Fuel injected engines are not burdened by this. The O2 sensors in a fuel injection engines automatically adjust the fuel mixture to operate at any altitude.

I bring this up because back in 2014 my wife and I went out west on a road trip and saw some vehicles stalled on the side of the interstate and realized what had happened to them. If you don't have smaller jets on hand to reduce the fuel flow, you will never get your vehicle started back up until you head back down the mountain to thicker air.

I would hate to see a fellow FSB member stranded on the roadside with no way to get over the mountain.....

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I'm bringing my entire box of holley carb parts lol. Jets, squirters, cams, floats, etc etc. I will say that I70 is relatively flat, compared to the mountain passes and such.

Odd tie in story. My bronco came from Colorado Springs. I know it was run hard by the amount of dirt caked to the undercarriage, in the wire looms, and two dried cacti I found. I bought it and it ran well down here at 1000 feet without changing a thing. Now its all different though, new engine and carb.

And on a similar note. While we arent going to be super high up, altitude sickness can set in even at 5000 feet. Above 9000 it can be very easy to catch. Know the symptoms and remember to stay hydrated and well fed. Many places (even gas stations) out there sell small canisters of Aviation Oxygen (not medical grade) that can really help too. If you feel the onset coming, the best thing to do is get to lower elevation. Even a few hundred feet can make a difference.
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So I got an email with a Safari welcome letter, and a trail list .... not sure if you want to add this @White Dragon
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So I got an email with a Safari welcome letter, and a trail list .... not sure if you want to add this @White Dragon

Very Cool @Quader1 .

I'll just leave it here for All to review & Print at their Leisure.
(too much in the Info thread can be confusing.)

Thank You for Sharing.

It's Really Good to see you back in Action.

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I just sent a PM to our list of attendees with a link to a google doc. Please let me know if you cannot get there. Also if your info is not there please add it. I was trying to send it via text but could not figure it out. I thought it would be nice to have the names and numbers available easily on phones?

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