I'll probably come along if you guys decide to do a run some time after the 10th of June, my XJ is stock, but I'm getting KM2s on the 10th which should help.
'90 MJ Eliminator - stock for now, and under the knife.
Tahuya is a make it what you want trail system. There is really nothing extreme that is mandatory. Great place to learn your rig and see what your build needs may be. Stock is really no problem. Bypasses everywhere.
RIPP GEN 2 w/ RIPP headers, Diablosport Trinity, 6 1/2" Teraflex, 38 KM2s, Trail Readys, RCVs, JE Reels, Currie Antirock, Redneck Ram, ORH Top, Bushwacker Flares, XRC 10 Comp, EVO 1/4 Pounder, Finishlinewest Rear Carrier/Bumper, Rotopax, Schrockworks Rails, OverKill Corner Armor, Rock Hard/AEV Skids, Warn VTC, ARB Fridge,.....
shooting im not positive, but there's camping everywhere
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I'd be willing to do some camping the 10-12 of June. Everyone will have to put up with my two renegade beagles. They can be a handful sometimes, but they enjoy the outdoors, and are great offroad riders
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