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  • Rob Woodward created a new topic ' Coke Ovens - April 29' in the forum.

    For those that are running the Coke Ovens trail run this weekend, here's some info. Can't edit the event at this time, so I'll put the info here for now. As always, please register if you are attending and if you can't make it, please unregister or let me (trail leader) know so we're not unnecessarily waiting on you at the meeting places.

    So we’re making a run out to the Coke Ovens. We’ll be on State Trust Land, so make sure your State Trust Land Use permit is up to date. You can do it online here, land.az.gov/recreational-permit-portal . Just so you all know, the public can no longer drive up to the Ovens. They’ve always been on private property and now, because of disrespect, misuse, and outright vandalism, the landowners have shut down access to them. If I recall correctly, the public trail is fairly close to the ovens, so we should get a good view.

    As to the trail, the current difficulty is unknown to me. I’ve tried to find info as to the challenges, but to no avail. Last time I ran it, it was a solid 2.5/5. Diff gards and sliders and/or underbelly armor are strongly suggested. Also need to ensure transfer cases are in good working order as 4-low is a must. All Terrain or Mud tires are needed. Street or stock tire will not suffice and a full size spare, not a donut, is also a must.

    The current plan is to work our way to the Ovens via Florence and Box Canyon. If the trails are open around the Ovens, then we’ll work our way the short distance to the Gila River. If the flow is low enough to cross, we’ll do so and exit to the south and work our way back into Florence via the Florence Kelvin Hwy. Should the river be too high, we’ll return the same way we came in.

    Weather is expected to be sunny with a high around 80. So, sun screen and plenty of water as usual. Pack a lunch and snacks. Bring the cameras and binoculars as it should be a beautiful day for wheeling and the sites should be gorgeous.

    Meeting spots and time:
    8:00am - Shell gas station in Gold Canyon
    8:45am – Giant gas station in Florence at 1st and the 79 (just south of McDonalds)
    Fuel up and we hit the trail at 9:00

    Comms:
    Ham: 146.46
    FRS: channel 8, no security
    CB: none for this run, as I don’t have one in the Classic

    - Rob

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  • Glenn Onodera replied to the topic 'Refrigerator Preference' in the forum.

    Just opened the Engel. Have it in my office for now. I wanted a fridge in my office. Lol. Interior is a bit smaller than I thought it would be. But, I ALWAYS over pack. Lol. I bought the MT45F from the Engel site. It does not have the digital readout either. the MT45 does.

    Dirk, I know you guys take a lot of extended trips. I'm hoping to get the lifespan you're getting out of yours!

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  • Dirk Van Dyke replied to the topic 'Refrigerator Preference' in the forum.

    Hi Glenn, we have an older Engel 45 (no digital readout). Bought it used a few yrs ago, and it's very solid. Hopefully yours will give you many years of good service.
    Always have to mod stuff. I put on a DIN plug.

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  • Glenn Onodera replied to the topic 'Refrigerator Preference' in the forum.

    So the Edgestar was oversold and out of stock. Canceled it and ordered a 42 (45?) qt from Engel. Should be here tomorrow. The day after I canceled the Edgestar 80, they had a scratch/dent 43 for $259.....Hopefully I'll be happy with the Engel at double the price. Lol.

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  • Chad Manz replied to the topic 'Guest member new to Rovers' in the forum.

    Or join us on the trail! Our next trail run is April 29th! See the details at: www.azlro.org/index.php?option=com_jem&v...oke-ovens&Itemid=345

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