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Mojave Road Journey Part I


When a crew of Overland Bound Members tells you to hit the Mojave Road Trail with them, you follow. And you are SUPER thankful when they are there to pull you out of trouble. Here’s the first part of our March 2017 journey down the Mojave Trail!

There was a lot that happened in a single day and we hope you enjoy the ride. More episodes are coming soon! No spoilers, so that’s about all we are going to say about it right now!

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  1. Great Video! Can’t wait to see the next episode.
    Just one comment; Bullhead City, being on the other side of the Colorado River across from Laughlin Nevada, is in Arizona, not Nevada.

  2. I have had a radiator explode on my Duramax going 70 mph on the highway. Pretty fun stuff after you clean your shorts from the sudden sound and heavy spray of water/antifreeze coming from every opening around the hood.

    Looking forward to the 2nd video.

  3. Only time I've ever seen one blow like that, was when my buddy put the side specific head gaskets on the wrong side of the enigne, over pressurized the system!

    Wife and I watched the video last night, really enjoyed it! I think the thing that impressed me most, was that you guys actually had a video camera running when the radiator blew, that never happens! I can video for 2 hours straight, shut the camera down and something exciting will happen, never fails.

    Can't wait for part 2!

  4. Wow, that is a catastrophic problem. Each time I hear of these I think of ways to fix or jury-rig on the trail. Pretty much nothing you could do absent a spare radiator.

  5. I have never seen a plastic tanked radiator explode like that!  I have had two plastic tank radiators fail but they start out as a small leak.  I would HIGHLY recommend any plastic tank radiator be replaced after about 10 years of use if properly maintained to avoid failure.