Ed Gold

Friday, March 29, 2013 7:35 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
This one is still very controversial, and I can't even remember the details...except that Dan Yoder (pictured) sneakily handed his 'boneship' off with extreme stealth, attaching it to Ed's jeep.


  • Monday, May 20, 2013 11:18 AM | Anonymous member
    Dan Yoder rec'd the award because he had bent some front end steering bars on a run and was going to correct the problem when he got home. Off course he didn't; felt the trail fix was adequte. Next run same problem but a lot worse. This was his second fail to fix violation. Was somewhat embarresed about the award and wanted to get rid of it quickly and quietly.
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    • Monday, May 20, 2013 11:28 AM | Anonymous member
      Ed gained the honor on the Rubicon. A small club group was on the trail and early on the members climbed a slab area all making it except the donkey. That was ED. On this little slab he had to go over; he just butted against it and gave it a little boost. Something gave in the drivetrain. Like a tsunami; it went from the front to the back. End result:broken front and rear axle. Rear driveline as well. Ed had extra axles but no rear driveline. What to do? A call to a shop in Sac and a driveline would be built in a couple hours. A call to Leon Curtis in Turlock was made. Yes he will drive to Sac; p/u the driveline and bring it to the Rubicon. Camp was set up on the slabs; Cheryl had a crockpot full of beans cooking in the jeep and a group meal was shared. Leon made it that night and the next day we were homeward bound.
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