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Old 03-25-2013, 02:28 PM   #16
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Joined: May 2011
Location: Southern Utah
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Originally Posted by RBnite View Post
I dumped my KLR on a concrete low water crossing covered in algae. NO traction for my feet, so I had to drag it to the end and pick it up then. Not pretty but I was alone!

That is the other point, try not to go it alone , if possible. This also! Friends are good for something besides carrying all the beverages

Same except it was dirt mud clay mix in the bottom of a wash not even gravel. Silly heavy KLR's sure do like to take baths don't they?
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