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Unread 01-09-2013, 08:46 PM   #31
sdault
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Wow CDW I'm jealous! That's some nice property to wheel on.

Thanks for the better directions, hope to make it this summer.

I do wheel alone most of the time, but will turn around if it looks to hard going forward.

Once again thanks for the info.

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Unread 01-10-2013, 06:02 AM   #32
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I've never had a problem with it and I've been I that area my whole life along with many others I know an I've passed many DNR trucks. There's so many trails that you can't make in a two wheel drive vehicle I guess I'll have to remove my Tcase and replace my front axle with a solid beam just so I don't do any thing illegal.

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I don't write the laws and I don't enforce them, I just help connect people with information. "I've never gotten in trouble doing it" is certainly not a legal defence, especially for some newb who is looking for reliable information before heading out the first time. The ORV handbook has good information, if you like reading MCL (yawn) those are available online too. There are also groups like GLFWDA with websites full of information WWW.GLFWDA.org
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Unread 01-10-2013, 06:23 AM   #33
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I don't write the laws and I don't enforce them, I just help connect people with information. "I've never gotten in trouble doing it" is certainly not a legal defence, especially for some newb who is looking for reliable information before heading out the first time. The ORV handbook has good information, if you like reading MCL (yawn) those are available online too. There are also groups like GLFWDA with websites full of information WWW.GLFWDA.org
I know you don't, I was just saying I've never had any problems with what is apparently "illegal", but all the trails that I recommended are legal and in no way could you get In trouble for running them as long as you stay on trail. I grew up in that area and have been there my whole life, I'm not going to just stop wheeling the trails I love because someone says it could be illegal, if the time comes that I'm out wheeling and I am told to stop or get ticked by an officer or DNR person then I will have to go somewhere else but in the mean time I'm going to run the trails I know and love. Would I recommended anyone else to do that? No but from my experience, I'm not going to have a problem as long as I use common sense.

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Unread 01-15-2013, 09:21 PM   #34
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How about we all just meet up and explore them in a group, they can't catch all of us
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Unread 01-16-2013, 06:28 AM   #35
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Now that's what the off-road community needs is more people out breaking the law because most of you will get away with it. And by the way thanks for covering my back if we get caught..... where did you go bro?
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