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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by KNine, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. KNine

    KNine Monkey

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    Anybody heading over today?
     
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  2. KNine

    KNine Monkey

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    nevermind it is pissing rain
     
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  3. britinmtb

    britinmtb Chimp

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    Tommorow, Softies. 530
     
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  4. Mr. Rider

    Mr. Rider Chimp

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    SST is fine in the rain. Whats it like out there in the little flowpark area? I haven't been out there for a few months. Post pics if you have 'em please
     
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  5. DBR X6 RIDER

    DBR X6 RIDER Turbo Monkey

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    Pics posted from recently - CLICK ME

    Hooray for rain!!!:dancing:
     
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  6. KNine

    KNine Monkey

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    Did you guys change some of the line over there? Just finished looking at the pics.
     
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  7. DBR X6 RIDER

    DBR X6 RIDER Turbo Monkey

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    Nothing on the right side. Just on the left side (down along the fence) and a little of the stuff in the middle area. No major projects on the burner other than beefing up berms and fine-tuning pre-existing stuff (especially the landing on the table).
    I'm REALLY looking forward to raking all the leaves that are likely beginning to fall down there.
     
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  8. KNine

    KNine Monkey

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    I will have to head over there next and check it out. I keep putting it off.
     
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  9. seand

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    i havent been there in.....mmmm i have NO idea! oh..i know..since miguel put that one line in and he beat me to being the first off it LOL!

    Just got a new fork and need to break it in someplace...maybe sometime in the near future I will have to check it out and see all that has been going on down there!

    andy - nice upkeep on the sst site!
     
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  10. EL-Jefe

    EL-Jefe Chimp

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    I haven't been there in about a month or so. Last time I was there the Large Kicker on the table needed alot of work. It has been worn down very badly and doesn't give you any hight, (remembering what it was about a year ago). I'm thinking about giving it some love in the near future. * Also, I think the trail gap is begging to be 360'd, and Yes I mean the big one!!!
     
  11. ioscope

    ioscope Turbo Monkey

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    I really loved the left line before you guys changed it.

    Left all the way down.
    Finishing up with the transfer into a rippin berm and POP! you fly out into the end.
     
  12. BIGHIT756

    BIGHIT756 Monkey

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    lol.....360 the trail gap, make sure you post when you plan on doing that. i would love to see that. if you do that, i WILL do it on my hardtail. I WILL.