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Old December 2nd, 2006, 11:33 AM   #21
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Nice pics ... new t-case?
Checked that place out online and looks like you guys did the tougher parts of their trails. Definitely more funner

How far of a drvie is that place? Towing.
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Old December 2nd, 2006, 01:34 PM   #22
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Cooter, would you say that is the tightest stuff? Is there more of it?

I guess I am trying to figure out what percentage of the park is like that.

I had a blast!
I'm not sure which trails you took besides Cooter Trail, Kick-A-Poo (out of you) and 12, but there are quite a few more of the difficult ones out there that don't get used often, and plenty more ravines that are just waiting to be cut.
Land Cruiser is probably the tightest, Kick-A-Poo (out of you) is real tough, but not horribly tight. 12 has a couple tight spots in it. Carnage used to be the tightest trail, but it has opened up quite a bit with use.


Depending on the weather and the rigs and drivers invlved, I would say there is enough tight ravine driving for over 2 days of wheeling and a night run without getting bored at all. Wet weather and bead loss can change the time on each trail considerably. :tonka:
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Old December 3rd, 2006, 08:20 AM   #23
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Night wheelin out there would be a blast! Couple places could be a little dangerous in the dark...........

I could easily handle 2 days of ravine driving.

Ryan........ 5-6 hours.
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I love the night runs out there.
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bead loss can change the time on each trail considerably. :tonka:
yup at least the ravines are steep enough you dont need a highlift to change a tire :tonka:

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