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Unread 05-07-2013, 12:19 AM   #1
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gunslinger/ bronco flats corral canyon

hey i got a quick question for you guys who have done these 2 trails recently, i'm planning on going on these 2 trails with a few buddies my only worry is one of my buddies his tj is pretty close to stock, has some 31s, 2"BB with some rocker protection.( it could be just mounted to the outside of the tub not 100% sure i didn't look at it too well, its diamond plate.)

from some of the stuff i read there is bypasses around some of the rocky spots.

will he be fine without having to worry about anything?

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gunslinger and bronco flats will be no problem. Some of the new trails that branch off from there have the potential for rock rash.

From what I hear lately, the annual flies invasion will be the biggest challenge.
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Unread 05-07-2013, 08:20 PM   #3
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Ok great thanks, we will stay off the 911s
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gunslinger and bronco flats will be no problem. Some of the new trails that branch off from there have the potential for rock rash.

From what i hear lately, the annual flies invasion will be the biggest challenge.
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