85 KLT110, 08 Prairie360, 11 Prairie360, 11 Prairie360 Camo
That's in one of the campgrounds here in the park, we have two. One with full hookups and one without.Nice camp spot. What do you do about your truck antenna with cabover coming out that far-is it flexible and it doesn't bother it-asking for a friend
We parked at Hite Marina and rode north. Ohv's are not allowed past Hans Flat Ranger Station (as of right now, but we're working on that). Those huge No OHV signs are going to be pulled out soon. The GCNRA does not like them, and they didn't even want us taking pictures of them.Had to look up where this is...do you park at Goblin and come down Hans Flat Rd? The "No OHV" signs are maybe big enough. When I feel like I want to just move somewhere as far away as I can, I think Ticaboo.
Yeah yours does go out a ways. Here's why I wondered. This is Brody. A 1994 one ton. View attachment 76251
Antenna clipped at about the roof of the cab. Truck was 24 years with original owner, and 3 years now with me. Original owner had a camper, and I bet clipped the antenna because of that-these old ones weren't very flexible.
He also put taller tires on (285s instead of stock 235s), so the truck barely gets under a regular garage door. At one point I decided I wasn't gonna buy him because of the round tie downs by the tail lights. But this truck had 24 years with original owner, all service records, and 34k original miles. So I thought, you're gonna not buy just because of 2 round doohickeys? Flew out to SoCal and drove him back. Didn't come with the camper, though..........