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post #16 of 112 Old 04-30-2009, 06:17 AM
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I signed up yesterday; stayin' in a Pitt-Bradford dorm room!

Best part is my son, outta the blue yesterday says "I wish we could go to a Jamboree thing..." So of course I'm not gonna tell him until it's go time.

Hope it's rainy till we get there. Rescue Green looks good with a side of mud.
I see you are from ontario. were abouts are you? I am in Grimsby.


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post #17 of 112 Old 04-30-2009, 10:39 PM
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I'm in Kitchener; guess I'll see you in PA.

One question for you...my '07 Sahara is bone stock mechanically, and I'm a newbie to offroading. Am I going to be limited to the 'light' trails or will I be allowed to run the 5-6 rated ones -- at least graduate to them by the last run?

I really have no idea what to expect but it'll be nice to run some trails legally...especially with pros around for direction and advice. I drool at the site of the muddy housing development right behind my house. Too bad it's on a major road or...well, I'd probably get stuck there!
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post #18 of 112 Old 05-01-2009, 05:26 AM
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You Will be able to do any of several trails.
Down there even the "easy" trail has some good challanges.
I promise you will not be disapointed.

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post #19 of 112 Old 05-05-2009, 11:02 AM
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i'll be at willow bay also
can't wait to try out my 33's and the ramsey 9500ut winch i won at last year's jamboree
bringing a couple newbies with 4 door jk's (yes, i told them to take the running boards off!)
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post #20 of 112 Old 05-06-2009, 07:05 AM
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Here are some pics from this past weekends "Clean up" run



View from the top



And some of the Guide Jeeps










I will have more pics later this month.
Our next clean up weekend is the 16, so I will take more pics then as well.

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post #21 of 112 Old 05-07-2009, 07:34 AM
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I just signed up Yesterday for this event. I will be taking my stock 06 Liberty. I have never been to this event or any other Jamboree for that matter. Can someone explain the trails, their ratings and obstacles.

What is the highest level trail I can take with a stock Liberty with 245/70-16 Grabbers, all the mopar skids, and mopar rock rails? I want a real challenge but this is my daily driver and I do not want to do any serious damage (some cosmetic is Ok, I already have a good dent from a deer hit last year).

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I just signed up Yesterday for this event. I will be taking my stock 06 Liberty. I have never been to this event or any other Jamboree for that matter. Can someone explain the trails, their ratings and obstacles.

What is the highest level trail I can take with a stock Liberty with 245/70-16 Grabbers, all the mopar skids, and mopar rock rails? I want a real challenge but this is my daily driver and I do not want to do any serious damage (some cosmetic is Ok, I already have a good dent from a deer hit last year).
With a stock liberty that has rock rails and skid plates, you can do up to the medium rated trails with maybe a tug here and there.

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are they having the same trails as last year?
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post #24 of 112 Old 05-07-2009, 01:21 PM
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are they having the same trails as last year?
Yes, we have all the same trails as of right now. We are just exploring new "options" on these trails.

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post #25 of 112 Old 05-08-2009, 01:57 PM
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Myself and 2 friends are bringing our Jeeps down this year for the first time. I wanted to ask Mud Pig, in regards to the full size spare requirement, does it have to be matching or as long as the size is the same is that good? I currently am running 31x10.5 Interco Trxus M/Ts that are fairly new, but not new enough to start doing a 5 tire rotation now. I know my next set of tires are going to be BFG Mud Terrains, so I was going to get a 31x10.5 BFG in anticipation of that so I can start doing a 5 tire rotation next set of tires. SO, my question is, will I get throuhg tech as long as my spare is the same size even though the tread pattern is different? thanks, and I am really looking forward to the Jamboree!

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post #26 of 112 Old 05-08-2009, 02:11 PM
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That is not a problem at all.
As long as it is the same size and not a doughnut, thats all we are looking for.
I have never done a 5 tire rotation yet, i just keep new tire as a spare.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

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That is not a problem at all.
As long as it is the same size and not a doughnut, thats all we are looking for.
I have never done a 5 tire rotation yet, i just keep new tire as a spare.

Looking forward to seeing you there.
Ok thats great news for me! thanks, and I look forward to seeing you as well. if you see a red TJ, Yellow TJ, and a black ZJ all hanging out together thats us so come up and say hi

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post #28 of 112 Old 06-02-2009, 07:07 PM
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I will be at Willow Bay also. Will be by myself so wouldn't mind meeting some of you. I'll be the one with the black 06 TJ Sport with 2"BB and BFG AT 31s. Looking forward to it.
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I will be at Willow Bay also. Will be by myself so wouldn't mind meeting some of you. I'll be the one with the black 06 TJ Sport with 2"BB and BFG AT 31s. Looking forward to it.
You may want to get in contact with Bob, 08killerb. He is staying at willow bay as well if I remember correctly. He has a yellow '08 2dr rubicon on 35" ssr's. Very good guy. Have fun out there!

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Imma bout 45 minutes from bradford! is there a website i can go too!

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