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Old July 12th, 2011, 07:56 AM   #1
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Question for all that have been there... How is it? I'm going there with a group of buddies and taking the lifted Subaru (assuming I can get my 4wd lock mod working this week). Obviously, I won't be able to do the extreme black/double black or whatever they call it there. But my buddy that went last week said the Subie would be able to handle it. I'm wondering if I'll be able to do any of the trails or just have to stick to the flat parts. I'm not worried about getting stuck, I'm not worried about damaging anything important underneath (skid plate protects the trans pan, oil pan, and whole engine and transmission). So what are your thoughts? I'm getting a bigger lift/tires, a custom snorkel (time to go swimming... Raff Out Roud) and 3.9 FD Mechanical LSD in the near future. Oh and I have gravel rally tires in the closet and generally run Hankook iPikes when mudding or screwing around off-road.

EDIT: BTW, we're going Sunday afternoon.

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Old July 12th, 2011, 08:00 AM   #2
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You will be fine, might get a lil body damage on some hill climbs though
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Sweet! That's fine... it has dents and scratches from being hit and the previous owner putting it in a huge ditch... meh not worried or going to fret about a little more body damage.

Will I be able to do any of the easier/lighter trails?
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You will have a blast! get out there and enjoy the park! You will enjoy the trails and the hills! Be careful in the MUD!
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awesome! now I just need to remember my GoPro.
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bundy is a blast. lots of trails to play in!! there are spots built for crawlers and stuff like that, but there are lots of trails to just cruise in
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awesome! now I just need to remember my GoPro.

post those vids dude
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hum... so a few buddies and I went out there today. Broke some things and got stuck twice, but still had an awesome time regardless. I trashed my off-roading rally tires because I had them set for sand, but they were used and honestly don't really care. Definitely am going to head back up there sometime esp when the new lift comes in.

BTW, you were not joking on some of those mud pits... woooooow!
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