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don't you have to have permits to get into glamis? i mean like the idea of a "$h*t load of half naked desert chicks!!!"
i haven't been there in awhile... i never got a permit when i have gone there in the past, but who knows it might be required now and it may have been required then. if it is, i would assume it's not much and well worth it. or you could probably get away without it if you stay out of the main camp area.

regardless, either way it will definitely be the place to be on Memorial Day weekend. dope-a$$ offraoding (2wd, 4wd, quads, bikes, all levels), the colorado river next door (swimming, boats, jet skis), and most of all girls all over the place, aka scenery! ...lol
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maybe I'm just reading it wrong but heres the site i went to

http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/elcen...ermitinfo.html
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the grill you put on added about 1" lift haha what more do you need
pretty sure it didnt haha
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Well im sticking to jawbone, Glamis is bad-a** just to many crazies on holidays weekends. Plus like a six hour drive for me. Not worth it for a few days.
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im not going to glamis either. 3+ hours is enough. Doesn't need to turn into 7+ hours.

and yes you do need a permit for glamis. they're like $40 for a week.
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i just checked glamis's webpage. a permit is required - $25 for a week. with it being a 3-day weekend, i think it is well worth it. or there is even gordon's well which is just south of glamis. this is also a big spot for memorial weekend with riding for everyone, water close by, and of course "eye-candy"!
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I'm still planning on jawbone. I think Kevin is as well.
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Im planning jawbone as well.
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I'm still going to Jawbone. I live less than an hour away.

I'm only going Friday thru Saturday night/sunday morning though, check the first thread.
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i just checked glamis's webpage. a permit is required - $25 for a week. with it being a 3-day weekend, i think it is well worth it. or there is even gordon's well which is just south of glamis. this is also a big spot for memorial weekend with riding for everyone, water close by, and of course "eye-candy"!
un less ur taking the eye candy back to ur tent i can find half naked chicks at the beach plus i hate big weekendsat glamis too crowded and too many stupid people plus theres no real wheeling at glamis any ways
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I'm still going to Jawbone. I live less than an hour away.

I'm only going Friday thru Saturday night/sunday morning though, check the first thread.
should still be a go for the weekend
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Ill be headed out on thursday the 21 just so I can stop and play along the way. If anyone else wants to go early Ill be there sometime in the afternoon. Im going to end up in cal city sometime around 1
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should still be a go for the weekend
There'd be some tricky stuff for you to tackle.

I'm taking my dirtbike though.
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i like tricky the more challenging the better

i just gotta make sure this thing stays together through out the weekend its a big event this weekend called tinbenders jambo at the hammers
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im gunna be there for sure is there a gas station near by there?
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well, i'll be in glamis, if not baja seasons camp ground just down past rosarito for a little camping/surfing/offroading/drinking/grilling/bonfiring/firworking fun!!!
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02blkEDGE Im not sure if theres one really close by but there are service stations within 20 mile that I know of for sure. Just to be safe I'd pack a 5 gallon fiiled
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well, i'll be in glamis, if not baja seasons camp ground just down past rosarito for a little camping/surfing/offroading/drinking/grilling/bonfiring/firworking fun!!!
god damnit that sounds so awesome. Sucks it's 6+ hours away! and i'd be shot if i rolled across the border with my murdered out truck.
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god damnit that sounds so awesome. Sucks it's 6+ hours away! and i'd be shot if i rolled across the border with my murdered out truck.
if ur in LA, it is only 2.5 hrs (max) away!!! ...and about ur rig, just keep ur windows down and be sure to have camping gear n $**t in the back and u'd be fine; especially rollin' with a bunch of rangers!
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02blkEDGE Im not sure if theres one really close by but there are service stations within 20 mile that I know of for sure. Just to be safe I'd pack a 5 gallon fiiled
alright thanks will do
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dam toobad my truck is 2wd and stock height. we should have a meet that doesnt involve wheeling lol
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dam toobad my truck is 2wd and stock height. we should have a meet that doesnt involve wheeling lol
You can still go to quite a few places. More skinny pedal.
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You can still go to quite a few places. More skinny pedal.
i floor my skinny pedal but the 2.3 only goes so fast lol .. i clocked myself the other night 0-60 and i dont wanna mention the time
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so what

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dam toobad my truck is 2wd and stock height. we should have a meet that doesnt involve wheeling lol
my trucks 2wd and stock height and it has surprised me many times and im goin im sure someone can pull you out or up and over whatever lol
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how would you pull a truck with no hooks... i dont offroad much .. well my offroading consists of going up to mt baldy on some of the backroads at the base of the foothills.. but nothing major lol
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