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    Upper woodpecker

    Ran this trail on the way to h2h. The monsoon has tore it up which is a good thing. Get it while you can before the miner plows it again.
    Barry
    Wheel it while ya can
    and sway bars are overrated. IMO

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    Upper woodpecker

    Who moved my woodpecker thread to nowhere Ville. It was info on a trail and nobody will ever see it where you put it
    Barry
    Wheel it while ya can
    and sway bars are overrated. IMO

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    Re: Upper woodpecker

    Quote Originally Posted by metalman View Post
    Who moved my woodpecker thread to nowhere Ville. It was info on a trail and nobody will ever see it where you put it
    Don't know, but it's back in general now. Pretty gnarly, Barry?
    4.0, NV4500, Atlas II, TAD Shafts, 30 spline D30/Trussed & Gusseted, Budget PSC Hydro-Assist/LetzRoll 7075 steering, Currie 9, 4.56s, ARBs, M.O.R.E Shock Towers, 6.125" SUA lift, 35" MTRK, Kilby/York OBA, Warn, Caged, Raven Armor, Fenom Fab Sliders, Geniuine China Bro Bars, Zip Ties, Duct Tape

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    Re: Upper woodpecker

    General Discussion: This area is for Jeep topics ONLY.

    Arizona Trails: This forum contains information on Arizona Trails of all degrees of difficulty. This is a fully moderated forum and you can submit your trail information. The forum moderator will put it in the proper format and will post it. Please see the posting instructions in the forum itself for.


    Just sayin'...

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    Re: Upper woodpecker

    Quote Originally Posted by LO PHAT View Post
    General Discussion: This area is for Jeep topics ONLY.

    Arizona Trails: This forum contains information on Arizona Trails of all degrees of difficulty. This is a fully moderated forum and you can submit your trail information. The forum moderator will put it in the proper format and will post it. Please see the posting instructions in the forum itself for.


    Just sayin'...
    That particular section of the forum is for when we have a full writeup on a trail, which no one has done in a very, very long time. But I did go ahead and put it in Arizona Backcountry.
    4.0, NV4500, Atlas II, TAD Shafts, 30 spline D30/Trussed & Gusseted, Budget PSC Hydro-Assist/LetzRoll 7075 steering, Currie 9, 4.56s, ARBs, M.O.R.E Shock Towers, 6.125" SUA lift, 35" MTRK, Kilby/York OBA, Warn, Caged, Raven Armor, Fenom Fab Sliders, Geniuine China Bro Bars, Zip Ties, Duct Tape

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