Finding the local trails
Hey guys! I'm fairly new to the off roading game. I traded in my street racing shoes and never going back. Anyway what is the best way to find local trails? Thanks for any tips!
Well if you don't want to get arrested or shot with rock salt, I'd join your local wheeling club, they usually have the skinny on local spots, and permission to wheel on private land.
1994 ZJ, 5.2L/46RH, NP242 & D44HD Swap, 4" SA Lift, 31" KM2s, and all the usual... I only lifted it so I wouldn't have to drive my grandma to church anymore... ;)
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Yeah i can't seem to find any clubs around here in South Jersey xD I go with some buddies but the same old spots get boring.
1996 ZJ "Tank" - 5.2 Deceased =(
1993 ZJ "Halftrack" - 4.0 with 4" Rough Country Lift and 31x10.50xR15 General Grabber AT^2's, Custom Limb Risers, Bumper Lights, Rubicon Express Double Shear Track-Bar, Rancho Steering Stabilizer, Crown HD steering setup, Black Widow roof basket.
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