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jeeptj99

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billstoy

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How did the Sticky Mickeys do on the blue/yellow rig?
I think they do well.. crawl very well.. super for a light under powered rig.. They dont like wheel speed .. BUT as for side bite , I have rolled 3 times in 3 months all on side hill bumps.. could be me,, but i feel they dont grip well on side hill like a bogger.
 

jeff150

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I think they do well.. crawl very well.. super for a light under powered rig.. They dont like wheel speed .. BUT as for side bite , I have rolled 3 times in 3 months all on side hill bumps.. could be me,, but i feel they dont grip well on side hill like a bogger.
Thanks for the info.
 

BLT94YJ

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Thanks for the info.
I'm getting pretty ****ing tired of these Youtube shitstars riding some of the nastier trails at AOP without wearing their harnesses. Apparently, they missed the signs at the front of the trail. Ever taken a rollover on 46? It's NOT PRETTY.

Your safety is your own business on your own property, but when it affects the owner of the park and the people that ride it directly then that makes you an asshole.

Edit: Jeff150 didn't mean to quote you directly
 

jeeptj99

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I don't remember her not having her shoulders on. I can't speak to him in the jeep but when I rode with them on satruday i'm pretty sure she had them on all day. I'd have said something if she didn't. Yall know I'm not afraid of calling people out for that or grabbing cage.
 

alscott

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Making windrock great again one secret rock trail at a time.
 

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