Well our group went for a ride sunday at the Hassayampa river from I-10 339ave to wickenburg via the Hassayampa river bottom. Easy ride. Yeah..
a few break downs smoked belts, lost one broken one we were following until dave crashed into a tree and Barbwire fence and we stopped and joel continued limping his along and got off the main trail and it quit moving and we passed him unknowingly and got back to camp (20 miles away ) to figure out he wasnt there . so three hours later we found him when the sun was setting, and a few 840 teryx cars were out of gas on the trail now to. Gps showed us covering 73miles total for the day including the search mission.
Heres the start of the day off to good one for sure..
Daves teryx steering wheel after the tree clearing incident..
Utvs dont like water injection. Hehehehehe
25+ miles deep new belt and clutch on Rhino smoked Mechanic didnt tighten bolt good enough and the inner sheeve slipped and stripped. smoked 2 belts and caused major problems for the rest of the day.. Joels now selling his Rhino and buying a stock Robby Gordon edition 4 seater Rzr. There was a guy with us testing his New Gordon edition out for the first time and probably just made 2 sales after everyone drove it and figured it would be good for a family wagon.
Good easy ride we figured and some how we fuckered it all up. Never fails. At least we didnt need an airlift out. Simple wash ride turns into cluster fuck. but thats what its all about really. 15 UTVs and somebodys gonna fuck up. Lol..
Update Dave the one who decided to do some landscaping with the teryx has 3 broken ribs a broken knuckle lots of bruises.. I think I forgot to mention he was not wearing his harness when he crashed and was thrown out of the car. Reason being was they were following broken rhino. Well Dave says the throttle stuck when he gassed it on the wash out and like a Camry it stuck. (Right) They said it was fucked up he was all laying in the trees. Lucky thats all that happened to him. The Teryx is thrashed good from the Barbwire fence and the tree.