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Custom Glock Racing
01-10-2007, 11:52
Got together with some friends for a dirt trip from Chino Valley to Jerome and back last weekend.

Full picture set
http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/

A few teasers


http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/images/dsc_1109wtmk.jpg

http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/images/dsc_1217wtmk.jpg

http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/images/dsc_1448wtmk.jpg

http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/images/dsc_1270wtmk.jpg

http://durkadurka.net/DR-jerome-run/images/dsc_1352wtmk.jpg

DebraF
01-13-2007, 15:40
Very nice pictures Matt. Looks like ya'll had a great time.
Deb

MR. Fantastic
01-15-2007, 23:25
Where are the guns?

Custom Glock Racing
01-16-2007, 10:39
In holsters and concealed.

Glolt20-91
01-17-2007, 13:29
Looks like y'all had a blast. What suspensions are popular for your off-road adventures? Any rigs run TOYO tires, what pressures and how are they holding up?

Bob

Custom Glock Racing
01-17-2007, 14:26
I run the Toyos muds, 34 on the street 15 in the dirt. Great tire.

Most of the suspensions are custom long travel setups.

vart
01-21-2007, 00:10
Looks like you took Perkinsville Road?

I drove that last summer in my 2005 Chrysler mini-van from Chino down to the Verde river so the kids could do some swimming.

There were a bunch of side roads that looked interesting, but only with a 4x4.

I now have a rig to explore in and I've been wanting to take Senator highway from Poland Junction over into Prescott.

I've heard varying reports of it's condition; some say it's pretty easy in a 4x4 and others say it's passable only on a quad.

Any idea?

BTW, this is my 4x4. mild lift with 35's and a rear limited-slip. I'm running the new Maxxis Bighorns and am pretty impressed so far:

<img src='http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2002-3/14007/UTLGX-camosub1.jpg' width=600 height=450 >

gigab1te
01-22-2007, 10:34
Vart, Senator highway is very doable with a 4x4, or even a 2x4 high clearance pickup (when there isn't ice). Right now, there is alot of ice on the road, so be careful, have fun, and take some pics!

Custom Glock Racing
01-24-2007, 21:50
I dont know the trails up there really, since I live down in the valley.

We did a lot of the side trails on the one trip and I think all but one truck was a 2wd.

glock45acp21
02-04-2007, 09:24
I couldn't get the page to come up. Did someone take the site offline or something?

Custom Glock Racing
02-05-2007, 22:36
It might have been down but it works fine now. www.durkadurka.net

vart
02-06-2007, 08:18
Originally posted by gigab1te
Vart, Senator highway is very doable with a 4x4, or even a 2x4 high clearance pickup (when there isn't ice). Right now, there is alot of ice on the road, so be careful, have fun, and take some pics!
I just took it last weekend; 10" of snow and some decent mud... Only had to use 4wd for about 100 yds due to ice and a hill;) .

k594
03-07-2007, 14:01
nice pics

glock45acp21
03-07-2007, 15:44
Custom Glock RAcing, was one of the guys that went named Derek by chance?

Wow, 461 pictures.

Custom Glock Racing
03-07-2007, 18:55
thats a pretty low pic count for me actually.

glock45acp21
03-09-2007, 13:53
I take it you used a digital camera?