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Unread 08-07-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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Skyline, Corona Gate Bypass

Wondering if anyone has used the gate bypass to the right to get a jeep through in corona. What kind of jeep? Lifted?

I got my stick tj on 33s to the top of it but backed down for fear of scratching my rockers on the boulder up there. I now have a non lifter tj with rocker guards. Anyone think ill make it?
What about a 4 door on 35s with stock jk rocker guards? Would e be okay? I know that turn is super tight

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Unread 08-08-2013, 08:53 AM   #2
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Driving around a locked gate means you would be wheeling on land not open to wheeling, which is illegal and presents a bad image of offroaders. You're in Corona which is close enough to some of the best wheeling in the U.S. where you can wheel legally. So this thread is closed, JF does not condone any type of offroading activities that are not 100% legal or would give the sport a bad image.
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