Oh my Good Lord - that IS God's country! How totally pristine. I spent many years living in the Eugene-Springfield area of Oregon where I enjoyed local mountainous areas as above (not quite as nice as yours), beaches & sand dunes to the west, and high deserts to the east. Now I live in Florida amidst skeeters, gators, snakes, and those who are confused in so many ways. Thank God I can still escape to Tennessee for some (almost) heaven trails but nothing quite as nice as what you pictured above. I do miss the PNW including Northern California's Rubicon area and Southern California's Glamis sand dunes. Once again I have to question myself as to what the heck am I doing in Florida? :crying
i'm installing a used long travel kit and was wondering if i am routing my front brake lines correct? this is for a 2006 rhino 660 with +6 rhinocraft long travel. should i zip tie the cables down or just leave them hanging?
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