Indian Country Expedition 2010

Plan for the Expedition here. Not an OAUSA sanctioned event.
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Re: Indian Country Expedition 2010

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Post by salad_man » Mon Oct 26, 2009 8:41 pm

This does look like a great trip, hopefully I can make it
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Re: Indian Country Expedition 2010

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Post by DaveK » Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:06 pm

Hey guys:

Thanks for the kind remarks. I still have a lot of planning to do for this trip. My guess is that we will start taking sign-ups sometime in January or February. Check in every now and then to see what's going on.
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Re: Indian Country Expedition 2010

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Post by NotAMog » Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:40 pm

Dave,

I must have missed this thread when you first posted it. I will seriously consider going if I can swing the time off from work. It looks like a great journey.

I plan to have the EFI on the PInzgauer completed and tested long before the projected time frame. I talked to my Über Pizgauer mechanic at the Mogfest about lightening and balancing the drive shaft right after the first of the year. This helps to greatly reduce the vibration and some of the noise when traveling on the Interstate. Going that far I would prefer to trailer it if arrangements could be made and someone with vehicle with enough towing capacity would be going. The Pinzgauer weighs about 4300 lbs before being loaded with camping equipment. People have driven Pinzgauers much longer distances on the highway. I expect that I'd need an extra day to reach the starting point.
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Re: Indian Country Expedition 2010

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Post by unwiredadventures » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:28 am

DaveK wrote:I still have a lot of planning to do for this trip. My guess is that we will start taking sign-ups sometime in January or February. Check in every now and then to see what's going on.
I'm 90% sure I'll be able to go. I showed the photo at the beginning of this thread to my wife last night and she's definitely interested. If this happens during the 2 week school break I may bring the whole family.
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Re: Indian Country Expedition 2010

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Post by DaveK » Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:54 pm

Here is just a taste of what we will be seeing.

Cheers!!
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