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Unread 04-26-2013, 03:47 PM   #31
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Back to the original thread.....Only emissions testing and inspections are in the Portland Metro area (tri-county) and Medford. If you have an inch to inch and a half of tire hanging out in the wind you probably won't get hassled. If half the tire is out there, then yeah, might get a visit. Have been told that mud flaps down to the center line of the axle is the requirement. That was from a co-worker that got a ticket on his Toyota P/U

Got about 6000 acres of ground at Virtue Flat by Baker City to play on with some real nasty trails in there, couple of short trails on Santiam Pass, west Of Bend. Another is the old Noonday Wagon Road out of Cottage Grove, and the McGrew Trail out of Cave Junction in the SW part of the state. Our 4x4 association does a run on that over fathers day w/e every year. They have mentioned Tillamook and LaDee (just building). Got dunes for sand running at Sand Lake up by Tillamook and Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area from Florence to Coos Bay further south. Also about 5000 acres of sand in Central Oregon about 105 miles SE of bend at Christmas Valley.

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