Interesting! I'm pretty sure only horses and mules are allowed now, maybe donkeys as well. It's generally known that horses are not fond of llamas, and lord knows what they'd do if they saw a camel. I would not want to be riding a horse the first time he sees a camel.
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If you want to dig into the archives, theres photos of a 4WD truck halfway down to Phantom, with about 2 inches of room to spare to the side before it goes over the edge. As far as I know it drove all the way down and back out with no incidents.
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OK - so no one "drove" it down there - I was gonna say......that woulda took great balls of steel to do that... ...not to mention about 20 tires......sorta looks like a clown driving a clown car!! No offense intended!
Wait this isn't the same 4WD nonot is talking about tho.....
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