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UER Forum > US: Four Corners > Arizona Airplanes (Viewed 152 times)
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Arizona Airplanes
< on 1/12/2019 7:15 PM >
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I'm going to be in Arizona soon for a trip and I have heard a lot about some of the airplane graveyards that are out in the state's deserts and I'm wondering if they would be worth a stop while I'm in the area. Comment or PM me if you can give any advice, thanks!




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< Reply # 1 on 1/13/2019 12:30 AM >
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just walk right in if challenged tell them youre looking for an engine mount for a Pratt and Whitney 1830 and thought this was like pic-a-part






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Just be careful at the one. I've had good experiences and bad ones there. Remember, if the Indian police want to take your equipment and vehicle, they can. And even if you're being covert out there, it can a hot spot for idiot kids who will attract attention for you. Getting chased through the desert by spotlights makes good conversation later but may not be worth it.




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just walk right in if challenged tell them youre looking for an engine mount for a Pratt and Whitney 1830 and thought this was like pic-a-part


This made me laugh. Thanks for the advice




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Just be careful at the one. I've had good experiences and bad ones there. Remember, if the Indian police want to take your equipment and vehicle, they can. And even if you're being covert out there, it can a hot spot for idiot kids who will attract attention for you. Getting chased through the desert by spotlights makes good conversation later but may not be worth it.


Does it has MPs as well?
Indian police? No thanks...




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I've heard from more than one source that tribal police have installed motion detection equipment at this site, and I know of at least one person that was ticketed for trespassing (he kept his equipment and vehicle, thank goodness).

I've opted to steer clear for these reasons, although I'd really love to check it out sometime.




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I've heard from more than one source that tribal police have installed motion detection equipment at this site, and I know of at least one person that was ticketed for trespassing (he kept his equipment and vehicle, thank goodness).

I've opted to steer clear for these reasons, although I'd really love to check it out sometime.


Are tribal police better or worse than American police?




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Are tribal police better or worse than American police?


I think we answered that.
Treat Indian land like it's a totally different sovereign nation. American police rules do not apply. Confiscation does not lead to return.




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