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Old September 8th, 2008, 03:54 AM   #1
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just wondering, is there plenty of non damaging areas to run. What acreage does this cover.

From looking at recent photos, lots of erosion now and bringing a new stock for now JK up and letting the 94YJ rest is it worth the 30 bucks?

Is anyone doing some off site running and is there some descent trails at the rifle river rec area vicenity. Plan on some fishing too.

I'm driving up from Mt Pleasant area anyone else from here going up.

I realize alot of you have been here and trailer your buggies etc up, but would like to enjoy ourselves without carnage this time

Any feedback to us that have never been here is welcomed
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Old September 8th, 2008, 07:02 AM   #2
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I just posted this exact same thing in a different thread. There is a variety of challenges that are mild to wild. No one is going to make you trash your rig and there are plenty of things to keep you busy at whatever level you choose. If you want to try something tougher, ask someone to spot you. If you would rather not, that's cool too.

Don't forget the fun of spectating and socializing.
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Old September 8th, 2008, 07:31 AM   #3
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You can have fun there all weekend without doing any damage to your rig. Especially if you're new to wheeling, you can have a blast with the hill climbs and easy tight and twisty trails. Simply hook up with someone who has wheeled before, and knows how to spot you through some stuff and you won't have any damage.
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Old September 8th, 2008, 08:08 AM   #4
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Reading is a lost art ... OSTC is fun for stock rigs too!

Easier than qouting what everyone has already said.
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ill be heading up from midland, when are you leaving?
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Old September 8th, 2008, 05:54 PM   #6
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and there are plenty of things to keep you busy at whatever level you choose. If you want to try something tougher, ask someone to spot you. If you would rather not, that's cool too.

Don't forget the fun of spectating and socializing.
I know peer presure will get to him!!
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Naw, that never happens.
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Naw, that never happens.
What are you doing posting at 7:00? Get out in the barn.
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What are you doing posting at 7:00? Get out in the barn.
I worked until 8pm ... I'm taking a deserving night off.
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sorry Ron ain't gonna happen mama has 1\2 investment and I can't do anything to it till 2 more years when it's paid off, then watch out the money will fly for everything to make it badass. I'VE BEEN DOING SOME REPAIRS AGAIN to the YJ SHEETMETAL, FLOORBOARDS, BODYMOUNTS AND INTERIOR CARPET, no not shag either, the 4dr is nice, just a nice change to drive
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sometime this weekend still plotting the weekend, I know I want to check out the rifle river and lakes up there and some trails, kinda make it a two part trip.
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