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Thread: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by teddyearp View Post
    I've done that S Reddington road from Mammoth to Cascabel and Pomerene and then Benson before. Just a graded road, but awesome country. There's a ton of mesquite to be cut near Mammoth, or there was some 12 or so years ago. Been up in the Chiricahua NM as well, Beautiful.

    BTW all your pictures are missing now.
    Oops. I moved my pics to a different folder on Photobucket. I didn't realize it would do that.

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    You all do some great trips!

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    I Know this is an old thread...

    but could a stock 07 WK do this? sounds awesome.

    Thanks
    AZJ

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by azjeeper01 View Post
    I Know this is an old thread...

    but could a stock 07 WK do this? sounds awesome.

    Thanks
    AZJ
    Sure would. It's an easy drive.
    Ted - K2AMD
    2006 KJ pretty much stock, but well stocked when I travel!
    Quote Originally Posted by Locked & Loaded View Post
    LOL. I'm one of the dbags.

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by azjeeper01 View Post
    I Know this is an old thread...

    but could a stock 07 WK do this? sounds awesome.

    Thanks
    AZJ
    Definitely! I uploaded some of the pics again. It was a fun adventure. I’m headed back down there on the bike this weekend but staying in Tombstone this time.

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    Thanks for bringing the pictures back. Memories.
    Ted - K2AMD
    2006 KJ pretty much stock, but well stocked when I travel!
    Quote Originally Posted by Locked & Loaded View Post
    LOL. I'm one of the dbags.

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    Re: Chiricahua National Monument Trip

    Quote Originally Posted by teddyearp View Post
    Sure would. It's an easy drive.
    Awesome
    Thanks for the heads up.
    Hope you've been well.
    Quote Originally Posted by armygreenjk View Post
    Definitely! I uploaded some of the pics again. It was a fun adventure. I’m headed back down there on the bike this weekend but staying in Tombstone this time.
    Right on...
    just asked my wife if she'd be interested and she was all in...
    I'm used to wheeling the Rubicon(which i sold due to 2 new hips and back surgery in the near future) so Im needing to do mellow/scenic runs

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