Congratulations to Denial W. of Cahone, CO for tracking down this Axial Geocache #2-2012.
Daniel found the Axial Geocache #2-2012 with his brother, Brian on April 22, 2012 at 12:46PM MST.
This was about a 2 hour drive for Daniel and here is what he had to share about his adventure to AreaBFE to locate the cache.
“I managed to locate your “Axial Cache and Carry #2″ this afternoon. I was NOT expecting to find an XR10 kit! You guys (and gals) are AWESOME!
The extra goodies in the box are icing on an already fantastic prize.
Today, after seeing what my SCX10 will do, I have just got my brother hooked on Axial trucks (he likes to go fast but still wants to be able to crawl… (I told him to get a Wraith), so not only did you guys make a life long customer very happy, you got another customer in the process.
My Rig: Axial SCX10 Honcho RTR. Mods; CAC One9 12 hole beadlock rims, Novak Goat 3s 21.5T Brushless system, and a few other minor tweaks here and there, but those are the big things I’ve changed.
Hope your weekend was as much fun as you (and Axial) made mine.”
Daniel really scored this time… not only did he get some of the coolest Axial swag we offer but he got a complete Axial XR10… well almost complete. Daniel, we are sending you the purposely missing parts bag so you can fully assemble that XR10.
We would also like to extend a special thanks to Olaf Kilthau of AreaBFE for taking the time to hide the Axial Geocache#2-2012 in such a great place. If you like wheeling/rock crawling, make sure AreaBFE is on you bucket list… if you have not been there yet
Axial Geocache #2-2012 Original Post:
Here is the second of 2012!!!! Remember it’s about the adventure you make to get there and get the goods that really makes this program fun. We like to hear from you about your experience. You will not be disappointed of this location when you get there. Grab your rigs and head out to do some RC Crawling. This is a cache and carry find, once you find it, it’s yours to take with you. Tread lightly and leave no trace.
Axial Geocache #2-2012
N38º24’12.5″ W109º24’17.4″ (paste into googlemaps and look for the green arrow)
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