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Old November 14th, 2008, 07:43 PM   #19
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Other side of the coin, though.

Everywhere you go, really depends on a lot of factors, and how much its been ripped up. For example, just a simple rainstorm can take something from boring to an all day affair.

Tellico for sure gets ripped up and changed. I know I've heard, and seen video of people going up guardrail with 31-33s. When we were there, we had a group of about 8 on 35-38s, locked capable rigs, no one could do it without a string. Only saw one vehicle make it, he was on red labels. Likewise, we came down 12 at night when it was slick, just about everyone took some good body damage. Daytime, dry weather, going uphill, would have been a lot different.

Hell, I don't care where it is, getting out, camping on a nice crisp sept/oct day, good wheeling, good times.

Fawk I gotta finish my Jeep....
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