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post #1 of 40476 Old 11-29-2005, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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Looking to hook up with some beginning to intermediate off-roaders in the San Diego area.

I am a newb to jeeping but not to common sense. I bought a jeep to try, and if I like it I will buy another and give this one to my daughter.

I am truly a quick learner and looking for other beginners or some old salt that is just willing to share the wisdom of their experience.

I would like to go jeeping at least once a month and of course more during the learning stages.

Currently, fire roads are all I have found around hear and a few construction areas.

What I am proposing is that all the way south newbs UNITE... if we can find some old salts to come along we can all learn faster. But I say lets get this thing rolling...

WHO IS WITH ME....?

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Pretty good condition but I am replacing all the parts that should have been replaced ages ago. (Hoses/clamps/Top etc...)
(The jeep sat for 3 years so I'm shaking out all the cobwebs...)


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post #2 of 40476 Old 11-29-2005, 01:05 PM
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i'll come out.

have you explored anza-borrego? lots of places to explore there! tons of trails from easy-hard...
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post #3 of 40476 Old 11-29-2005, 01:26 PM Thread Starter
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I have not touched real dirt in the jeep yet... and I am new to the area. I bought a book of the so cal trails..

But you can't go alone...

Is it an overnight trip?
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Let me know when you guys go out and I'll join you. We love going to Anza!
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I have not touched real dirt in the jeep yet... and I am new to the area. I bought a book of the so cal trails..

But you can't go alone...

Is it an overnight trip?
well, depends on where you live ....but for the most part, ANZA (especially the easier trails) are just a day trip away....

here's some pics of a friend's recent trip (yes, that's a VOLKSWAGEN, lol)



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check out www.justruns.com They often schedule runs.

Great site to read about and review Jeep related products.

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Awesome site with writeups. http://www.4x4xplor.com/tj.html

Another awesome site for writeups.

www.stu-offroad.com
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post #8 of 40476 Old 11-30-2005, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
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Well let me get all my squirting fluids under control and we can get going.

I am very adventurous but I fear my jeep would crumble under what I want to do. The problem is, this is not the jeep I will be building up. So I want to start slow and see what she can do.

Somebody pick a decent trail and set a date.
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how does the weekend of the 16/17/18 sound to everyone?
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16/17/18 of decener 2005?

if so i'll come - i can drive down from LA.......

definately not an old salt, but for being 18 i've done my share of 4x4.....

pic a nice trail.....

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16/17/18 of decener 2005?

if so i'll come - i can drive down from LA.......

definately not an old salt, but for being 18 i've done my share of 4x4.....

pic a nice trail.....
yes, sorry, i shoulda said that....december.

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17th is my daughters 16th birthday.

I need to get her out of the house until 2pm (Suprise party)

So... if it was an early morning thing I could do it.

Either that or that Sunday would be good as well.
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post #14 of 40476 Old 12-01-2005, 04:56 PM
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I might be down. Have you guys checked out that justruns club I linked above? They have maps to a lot of the local trails. They are a friendly bunch and very eager to help newbs. That is where I initially learned a lot.

John.

Great site to read about and review Jeep related products.

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Im down. I know Coyote Canyon trail out there, they have a bunch of good ones.

I'll check out that link John and see what they have. You should come out man, Id like to swap some "siam" stories with you!
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