Extreme Terrain
4x4Wire Trail Talk Forums: Jeep, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Pajero, Isuzu, Kia, 4WD, 4x4, SUV, Off-Road and OutdoorWire Forums


Search

Recent Posts on TrailTalk
Smoking winch
by 4x4Wire - 04/12/21 01:04 AM
Mitsu shift shaft, Sport or Gen 3
by OldColt - 04/08/21 12:07 PM
suzi the psychic
by rascott - 04/08/21 06:06 AM
Power steering pump leak.
by rascott - 04/08/21 05:37 AM
replace master cylinder
by nvmonty - 04/08/21 03:21 AM
Ignition Coil
by Trailmonkey - 04/06/21 06:18 PM
OG folks chime in!
by OldColt - 04/06/21 04:38 PM
Support 4x4Wire
New Topics on TrailTalk
Smoking winch
by OldColt - 04/10/21 07:54 PM
Power steering pump leak.
by Trailmonkey - 04/08/21 04:18 AM
replace master cylinder
by nvmonty - 04/07/21 05:29 AM
CAD delete, a bit different way
by OldColt - 04/06/21 08:58 AM
Mitsu shift shaft, Sport or Gen 3
by OldColt - 04/05/21 12:10 AM
Gen 1 starting issue
by Oso - 04/01/21 05:28 AM
4x4 Gallery
Photos of rig
Attila
99 Monterrible Sport
Scar the Cylon Raider
Mercenary Sergeant: Code Name "Sapphire"
More News on the 'Wire

4x4Voice
4x4Wire
MUIRNet-News
OutdoorWire
Who's Online Now
0 registered members (), 99 guests, and 6 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Forum Statistics
Forums37
Topics138,201
Posts1,081,246
Members15,181
Most Online907
Dec 28th, 2019
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Rate Thread
Page 6 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: TOASTY] #1056897 05/08/15 12:40 AM
Joined: Mar 2009
Posts: 706
wrenchwench Offline
Rock Warrior
Quote
Senator highway could probably maybe be done in a Delica...


I did it in a Tempo, but they're more reliable than DSM's so that's still no proof that a Delica would stay running that long.

Support our sponsors
Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: wrenchwench] #1056898 05/08/15 04:05 AM
Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 6,208
JohnnyBfromPeoria Offline
Trail Leader
*****
Ouch...no love for that trail, Rich. I will say that it's a nice ride through the forest and your son would probably enjoy it. There are other places to go near there, as well. Nearly directly west of the two exits from I-17 that lead to Crown King is the exit for Bloody Basin Road that leads to the Verde River. It connects to Seven Springs Road that heads south into the Carefree/Cave Creek area and into town from the north.

If Bloody Basin is too tame, continuing south on I-17 gets you to Table Mesa Road heading west again, still eventually joining Seven Springs Road, but there are far more challenging diversions, and easy bypasses, of course.

John B.

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: wrenchwench] #1056899 05/08/15 01:00 PM
Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 1,604
BottomFeeder Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Quote
Quote
Senator highway could probably maybe be done in a Delica...


I did it in a Tempo, but they're more reliable than DSM's so that's still no proof that a Delica would stay running that long.


Did the Tempo have a lift?

I was thinking about camping in Flagstaff? The Overland Expo is going on that weekend tho. Isn't there an ice Cave around there somewhere?

<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: BottomFeeder] #1056900 05/08/15 02:43 PM
Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 1,604
BottomFeeder Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Do I need a pass or permit to be camping and driving around in the mountain areas?

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: wrenchwench] #1056901 05/08/15 04:20 PM
Joined: Jan 2002
Posts: 6,133
TOASTY Offline OP
Trail Leader
*****
Quote
Quote
Senator highway could probably maybe be done in a Delica...


I did it in a Tempo, but they're more reliable than DSM's so that's still no proof that a Delica would stay running that long.


What isn't more reliable than a DSM? Delica is not a DSM so it might last long enough to make it. Maybe. Previous owner did some weird things to this car.


1999 Montero SAS'd on Kings and stuff

1998 Montero trying to get a V8 Swapped
Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: BottomFeeder] #1056902 05/09/15 03:17 AM
Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 6,208
JohnnyBfromPeoria Offline
Trail Leader
*****
Quote
Do I need a pass or permit to be camping and driving around in the mountain areas?


The only permits needed are that State Trust Land permit we used to get, but only on about ten miles worth of the Table Mesa trail (blow that permit off; what are the odds...right?) and a Tonto National Forest pass if you're doing any parking in that territory, but I don't think we're headed to there.

So, basically, no. If permits are required for most places, it'll be posted.

Oh yeah, some places around Sedona require one, too. I just so happen to avoid the area, generally.

John B.

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: JohnnyBfromPeoria] #1056903 05/09/15 04:57 AM
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 3
S
SirFrancisDrake Offline
Need a Spot
Anyone going to Overland Expo?

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: SirFrancisDrake] #1056904 05/11/15 01:26 PM
Joined: Oct 2002
Posts: 1,604
BottomFeeder Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Quote
Anyone going to Overland Expo?


I was scheduled to work the expo but plans changed and I am now just vacationing.

When I get to Phoenix I'll be staying at the world class and internationally known Casa de Butler Inn & Spa. There have been some good Yelp reviews.

<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: BottomFeeder] #1056905 05/12/15 04:54 AM
Joined: Jun 2002
Posts: 6,208
JohnnyBfromPeoria Offline
Trail Leader
*****
A few good reviews by dubious contributors can give a false impression of quality, really. My place is all about dust in reality. No need to bring any, there's more than enough here and anyone is welcome to take some home.

The 14th St. Crew is geeked to wheel this weekend and we're also plotting to lay out some of the most random food items to see if you can make them into something edible. You seem to have a way with that "cooking" stuff. (I saw it on T.V. before).

John B.

Re: BottomFeeder Upcoming Visit [Re: JohnnyBfromPeoria] #1056906 05/12/15 08:19 PM
Joined: Dec 2007
Posts: 261
I
IncorpoRatedX Offline
Mudrunner
Quote
A few good reviews by dubious contributors can give a false impression of quality, really. My place is all about dust in reality. No need to bring any, there's more than enough here and anyone is welcome to take some home.

The 14th St. Crew is geeked to wheel this weekend and we're also plotting to lay out some of the most random food items to see if you can make them into something edible. You seem to have a way with that "cooking" stuff. (I saw it on T.V. before).

John B.



Not all too sure what's going on over in the mesa compounds this weekend but rumor has it that my structure might be available soon. There's another rumor that we might be trimming up the tree for fitment on saturday morning.

But this talk about wheeling... when? where? Let me know more info as things progress and I might be able to come along, my buddy just picked up a 4 runner and he might be available too. I tried talking him into a montero but something about 'reliability' and 'user friendly' kept coming up. I've never heard those terms before so I'm not sure what he was talking about. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" />


V45W - 1999, 3.5 sohc, winter package
L042G- 1987, 2.6 carb, auto - Cylon Raider
A112 - 1973 Galant Wagon - 4G63 Turbo, 5 speed
L023G - 1983, 2.6 carb, 5 speed manual 4WD
L028 - 1983, 4D55 turbo diesel 2WD
Page 6 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Moderated by  4x4Wire, TOASTY 







4x4Wire Social:

| 4x4Wire on FaceBook |


OutdoorWire, 4x4Wire, JeepWire, TrailTalk, MUIRNet-News, and 4x4Voice are all trademarks and publications of OutdoorWire, Inc. and MUIRNet Consulting.
Copyright (c) 1999-2019 OutdoorWire, Inc and MUIRNet Consulting - All Rights Reserved, no part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without express written permission
You may link freely to this site, but no further use is allowed without the express written permission of the owner of this material.
All corporate trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.3
(Release build 20190728)
PHP: 7.2.34 Page Time: 0.034s Queries: 16 (0.013s) Memory: 2.8956 MB (Peak: 3.1636 MB) Data Comp: Off Server Time: 2021-04-12 07:42:24 UTC
Valid HTML 5 and Valid CSS