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Old 03-16-2014, 07:56 AM
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Hey guys, I'm the Virginia Strokers Chapter Director, but have since PCS'd to Denver area.... just figured I would try and get to know some local powerstroke guys...

I'm usually always down for Mod days, get togethers, meets, trail rides, etc...

looking forward to getting up with you guys
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QUOTE]trailrides[/QUOTE],
welcome to Colorado

there are far and few you can do with a super-duty, the wheelbase is to long and to wide lol, once you go down a trail your pretty much dedicated because you have no chance in turning around haha,

i live up in foco and commute to Brighton for work.
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Welcome, Mr Projekt.

We have a fairly active chapter here. You just missed our anniversary party last weekend. How long do you think you'll be in town?

We are looking at getting together to some bowling in a few weeks up in Denver. Hopefully you can make it to that.
Here's a link to the thread: CSP Bowling
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Old 03-16-2014, 10:19 AM
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Welcome, Mr Projekt.

We have a fairly active chapter here. You just missed our anniversary party last weekend. How long do you think you'll be in town?

We are looking at getting together to some bowling in a few weeks up in Denver. Hopefully you can make it to that.
Here's a link to the thread: CSP Bowling
thanks! yea if I'm off, I'm down to go!

and I'll be in town..... most likely permanently.

we moved here back in June... and I've got orders here until 2017... but the wife and I are thinking of buying a house here and staying when I get out.

and as far as trail riding.. I'm mostly talking about easier trails like Rampart Range etc... We enjoy rolling up into the mountains and shooting, hiking, taking the dogs running around... that type thing..

I did have a pretty "fun" adventure 2 weeks ago when I went up to Rampart and some guy got his Jeep Wrangler stuck and asked if I wouldnt mind pulling him out.. and I ended up almost rolling my truck off the freaking mountain (and the Jeep left me there after I got him pulled out)
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I did have a pretty "fun" adventure 2 weeks ago when I went up to Rampart and some guy got his Jeep Wrangler stuck and asked if I wouldnt mind pulling him out.. and I ended up almost rolling my truck off the freaking mountain (and the Jeep left me there after I got him pulled out)
It's a Jeep thing. They just don't understand.

If you want to join up with CSP, why don't you jump over to our intro thread and introduce yourself. New CSP Member Introductions
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Old 03-16-2014, 12:23 PM
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I posted an intro! thanks!
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QUOTE]trailrides
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welcome to Colorado

there are far and few you can do with a super-duty, the wheelbase is to long and to wide lol, once you go down a trail your pretty much dedicated because you have no chance in turning around haha,

i live up in foco and commute to Brighton for work.[/QUOTE]

Yeah well about that... A couple years ago a bunch of us took our rigs up to Heart Attack hill and wheeled the whole thing. It was pretty hairy at times, but we all made it through with very little damage.
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Old 03-16-2014, 02:45 PM
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i'm down to squeeze mine into some tight places.....




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I off road a f250 work truck everday! Mostly muddin. I try to stay out of the rocks.
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Old 03-16-2014, 05:03 PM
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work truck...


that's the way to do it.... i have yet to find any mud holes here around Aurora yet... only trails
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