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  1. Can't believe this thread gets revived annually...... this event needs to go back to California, where it started.
  2. here is a forum for that- http://pacaeropress.websitetoolbox.com/ sites, information, and locations on some. There is also a B24 crash site in Oregon, near Denio, NV. I believe a memorial has been erected at the site. http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/heritage/culb24.php , http://www.kdrv.com/oregon-trails-bomber-crash-site/ ,http://www.opb.org/television/programs/ofg/segment/b-24-mystery/
  3. Maybe this will narrow down the search for Etna, NV- http://tools.wmflabs.org/geohack/geohack.php?pagename=Etna_%28site%29%2C_Nevada&params=40_22_16_N_118_19_14_W_ It has a google earth link as well.
  4. Was there 2 years ago, the road in had just been bladed. Thought that was odd, followed it to the end, the mine entrance had been closed up, on the road beyond that was blocked (even though it did not go much further). There are also stock tanks there, so some one has been letting cattle graze up there as well. Don't believe the town was ever very large,you will pass through it if you take the road to the mine. http://s370.photobucket.com/user/ghosttrain2/library/Nevada%20Explorations%20Prince%20Royal%20town%20site
  5. I installed Monroe gas shocks up front,Yes-still have drums in the rear, have a disc rear end from a '97 Explorer, but think it may end up in my Mustang. Have not looked at the leak yet- Smelled it yesterday when I walked in front of it.
  6. Well- Alta,CO Now privately owned old Ophir,CO, now reoccupied Ironton,CO Animas Forks, CO Gothic,CO -now revived =( Tin Cup,CO Cisco,UT (now gone) Uravan,CO (reclaimed) Jumbo,NV Paradise Valley,NV 's old down town and many others that are a ghost of there former size.
  7. Finished replacing front shocks, and replaced the cd player with something that will not skip while travelling out on the trails. Still need to look at the rear brakes, and now, it seems to have a coolant leak....
  8. Yes ,they are good. There are some things you need to know about them though. If it ever gets drained, it needs to be slow charged back to full capacity. A fast charge, or jump start to charge will not fully charge the battery back up, and shorten it's life. I took a class on these when I worked for the state here.
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