yeah i get that alot. its midnight metalic blue. when i wax it, it gets really dark lookingChris, that's the first picture of your truck that I've seen where it actually looks blue...all the rest, it looks black to me.
dont know much about the bike. i did talk to the owner but i was more interest in his truck. the bike did have a driveshaft that goes threw the gas tank to the front. then a chain goes to the front tire. there is a disk brake at the Trans-fer case. it was pretty coolHey, Chris..whats the story with the 2wd bike???
the mud is pretty far down from the enterance of the off road area. they dumped alot of water to get ready for the winter storms and run offs.hey chris how far is that in the canyon. im originally from around that area i've been to azusa canyon before to cliff jump, and paint ball back in the day. i want to check it out when i come home this summer.
my dad used to take me up there during the late 80's to early 90's in the bronco. the place did change alot. i do remember there was alot of rocks and sand but after el nino couple years ago it changed alot. most of the rock are now found near the begining and all the sand was washed down to the end so thats why theres alot of mud. also the ranger would contol the dam more often to prevent another el nino incident because it really screwed the place up. so during summer its FULL of water and during winter its almost empty. after the el nino, no stock vehicle could cross the first water crossing b/c all the sand was washed away leaving only huge rocks and was about waist deep. i know this because i drove into it and got stuck then filled the interior with water. after el nino they re did everything so its easy to get in and its mostly flat now. the main interests is now mud :thumbupWow that place has changed. We used to go there around the early to mid-eighties. Used to be all rocks and sand down to the mud hole. Used to be ALOT narrower