What did you do? with your NNBS GMT900 Tahoe/Yukon Today?

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  1. Tozan

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    What kind of fun did you do where did you go with your Tahoe Yukon? Not what you did to it...

    Labor day weekend I took mine for a 380 mile trip with around 250 miles of it off the pavement... By the time I got to a gas station I only had 3 gallons of gas left in the tank.
    This is heading south from Fallon Nv.

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    Some sections of the trail were getting a little rough heading down to the Walker river from the east. This is what most of our trails looked like some were worse some a little better.

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    This next one is not my Tahoe but I was following this guy through this section and didn't get as cool as a photo...
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    Once we got to our camp site it was time for a drink, dinner a nice campfire and some relaxation after a good day on the trail..

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    Then we did another day of exploration on the trails.

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    Camp site on day two at 8,900 feet Eastern Sierra mountains.
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    My new table I made for the swing out tire carrier worked great.

    We finished our trip driving into Bodie Ghost town from a trail coming out of the wilderness.
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    Bodie Ca. is a great place to see history in person it is the largest ghost town I have been in and well worth the dirt roads to get there.
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    I look forward to seeing some of your trips and adventures so, please post up what you enjoy seeing with your Tahoe / Yukon.
     
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    @Tozan that adventure is 17 different levels of badass. I wanna go on trips like that so damn bad. Looks fun as all hell
     
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    Come on out we do this every couple months or less... lol
     
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    moving a TV

    seems since i got an SUV people want me to move stuff for them...


    little off roading to get to the TV repair shop..
     
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    Thats badass man. Need to get a Z71 suburban that I can beat on regularly first or maybe an SSV
     
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    Very Cool! Great pics, thanks for posting!
     
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    This is my everyday driver...
     
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    I’d send it in my 07 as well if it wasn’t on thefactory 20s. Im too worried about bending one of the rims. It would be better for to get an SSV to lift and put on 33s.
     
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    Yea you would be much better off with 17 inch rims for off road 20's are terrible for off road use. You would also want to trim off the spoiler under the front end too I tore mine up the first time off road.
     
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