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post #76 of 99 Old 02-20-2012, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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It was just some random place I found so I guess it wasn't off-road legal.

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post #77 of 99 Old 02-20-2012, 06:05 PM
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It was just some random place I found so I guess it wasn't off-road legal.
Unacceptable answer. Please remember that you represent all jeep owners when you go offroad. In California, if it isn't privately owned, it's state owned.

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It was just some random place I found so I guess it wasn't off-road legal.
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Unacceptable answer.

Please remember that you represent all jeep owners when you go offroad.

Anticanman hit the nail on the head.

You are the reason that our fellow off-road enthusiasts are loosing the battle everyday on keeping OHV parks opened.

The majority of city officials out there view us as a bunch of hoodlums due to this type of immature behavior. Wheeling on other peoples private property, cutting down trees, tearing ruts in their property, littering, urban wheeling on steps/curbs, driving on the street in totally mud covered rigs, etc. is what gives us all a bad image.

Grow up, and think about things bigger than yourself or trade your Heep in for a Prius...


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I don't mean to berate the guy nor will I sit here and let the next thirty guys bash him.

Everyone can learn two lessons from this thread:
1) never wheel alone
2) always be aware of your position and always get permission when on private property.

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Grow up, and think about things bigger than yourself or trade your Heep in for a Prius...

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This. Where do you get off just doing as you please as though the world is your backyard? I remember my first off road excursion too. I was 5. Still had the common sense to make sure that I was allowed to be where I was at. I also had the common sense to pay attention to what I was doing. Were you texting your BFF or what?

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We have one local tow company set up for offroad recovery. If you get stuck on private or state property that your not supposed to be on your rig will almost always end up in their yard with a $500.00 tow bill attached .Always get permission so your not part of the problem.
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daamn guys. chill out.. you've all made your point.

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...you've all made your point.
Meh, it's called educating him and others that may not know better.

Educating fellow off-road enthusiasts increases the odds that our children can enjoy the sport that we all do.

Careless and immature behavior due to ignorance (lacking education) destroys our sport daily.

Start reading some of the public land use debates going on as I type this, and try coming back here to tell us to take it easy on the OP...


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daamn guys. chill out.. you've all made your point.
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I always get people coming over and saying things like "I wish I knew how to do that," etc- but they don't realize- at some point I didn't know how to do it either- I had to figure it out.
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If its still stuck you can just set the branches on fire.

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If its still stuck you can just set the branches on fire.
Setting a jeep on fire is no fun.



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Setting a jeep on fire is no fun.

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That's how I spend my Friday nights. Holding a fire extinguisher.
I had to do the same when I dropped the gas tank. All the bolts were ruined so i had to cut 'em... Wet towel draped on my to stop the sparks all getting me and a buddy ready with the extinguisher

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That was hacking the stock gas tank skid in twain.

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