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post #241 of 660 Old 09-14-2010, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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DEATH TO ALL APEX EDITIONS!!!

heres where Ryan was when I almost went over and Brian was behind me, lol - man, I didnt realize I had walked it that far over, lol. Crazy **** man





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post #242 of 660 Old 11-10-2010, 04:26 PM
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Almost got one this color, but ended up with amber fire. Would have wanted it to look just like yours.

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post #243 of 660 Old 11-10-2010, 05:10 PM
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I've been to the badlands 3 times now and I havent seen these trails, how do you get to them from the quarry or whatever the trail is closest to

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I've been to the badlands 3 times now and I havent seen these trails, how do you get to them from the quarry or whatever the trail is closest to
You've gotta hit 80mph in a specific section on Red then you'll be blasted to the "special" part of the park.

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You've gotta hit 80mph in a specific section on Red then you'll be blasted to the "special" part of the park.
Haha, is it the trail just to the left as you drive from the dunes to the quarry, just past the sign that says no atvs or dirtbikes, seriously though, the only people I've been with don't know the park that well, and frankly neither do I,lol.

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Awesome Build. I really like how your Jeep has come together... Especially after owning it for over two years. Keep up the good work!

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Actually that trail it to the right of purgatory when facing it from the entrance of the quarry.


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post #248 of 660 Old 11-10-2010, 07:35 PM
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Actually that trail it to the right of purgatory when facing it from the entrance of the quarry.
I think he is talking about the pic at the top of the page, in that case, thats the back half of red trail.

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Ah I see. Yep thes the exit for red just take a right as soon as you enter the no atv zone and go right up the rock in front of you. Get ready for about a 5-6 foot drop after climbing that rock though


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Ah I see. Yep thes the exit for red just take a right as soon as you enter the no atv zone and go right up the rock in front of you. Get ready for about a 5-6 foot drop after climbing that rock though
How long is that trail, and how could I expect to handle it, any body damage etc. specs of my rig are in sig

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You would do fine. It's more and more rutted out on the exit but as long as you have sliders your good for the entrance and since your locked front and rear your good on the exit.


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thanks for the kind words guys, and for the response to where that trail is - CJCXJ you'd do fine on it, it looks tougher than it is, but for some damn reason the exit was a complete ***** last time we where out - i'm sure next time i'm there it will be a cake walk.


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There's almost always an easy line at badlands. It's up to you if you want to pop wheelies on red trail or not.

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Love your tj. It makes me want to start dumping money into mine!
thanks man - your jeep wants you to dump money into it, trust me


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