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post #16 of 37 Old 01-29-2011, 06:52 PM
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Gulches is great. There is also supposed to be some place out in Easley but I don't know where. Where are the places in Spartanburg?

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Gulches is great. There is also supposed to be some place out in Easley but I don't know where. Where are the places in Spartanburg?
I have no clue. im trying to find the places in easley
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post #18 of 37 Old 01-29-2011, 08:32 PM
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The place in Easley was Rice's Creek. It is no longer open. Gulches is in Laurens, other than that Uwharrie and Coal Creek are your other options that are legal, both are about 3 hours from Greenville.
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The place in Easley was Rice's Creek. It is no longer open. Gulches is in Laurens, other than that Uwharrie and Coal Creek are your other options that are legal, both are about 3 hours from Greenville.
haha I choose gulches then
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post #20 of 37 Old 01-29-2011, 11:57 PM
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There's fruit mountain in Easley but its not much just mud holes. There is a big rock though, I would think you would need some more lift though.

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There's fruit mountain in Easley but its not much just mud holes. There is a big rock though, I would think you would need some more lift though.
did you go to wren?
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did you go to wren?
Yep sure did class of 09

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Yep sure did class of 09
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post #24 of 37 Old 01-30-2011, 01:56 AM
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Wow this Russell Brown how you been?

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you replied to something the other day and I didnt put two and two together then I was like that is russell brown man haha. pretty good man. how about you?
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you replied to something the other day and I didnt put two and two together then I was like that is russell brown man haha. pretty good man. how about you?
I'm good, I'm living in Hawaii now

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thats good man . I talked to tom the other day for the first time in a year or so and he was telling me a little about him and he said you were stationed somewhere nice haha
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Hawaii was nice for like a month but now I'm over it. There isn't much wheeling out, well at least not my island. I was back home in a few weeks ago and it seems all the wheeling spots are being shut down. They craver mill in Spartanburg, got ran out Fruit Mountain when I was home, and Gulches is having finical problems. If go to fruit mountain, make sure you go on a dry day and stay out of the mud holes there deep. It seems like every time I go up there I get body damage.

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Hawaii was nice for like a month but now I'm over it. There isn't much wheeling out, well at least not my island. I was back home in a few weeks ago and it seems all the wheeling spots are being shut down. They craver mill in Spartanburg, got ran out Fruit Mountain when I was home, and Gulches is having finical problems. If go to fruit mountain, make sure you go on a dry day and stay out of the mud holes there deep. It seems like every time I go up there I get body damage.
haha damn man that sucks. Well im new to wheelin anyway. trying to put my 2.5 lift on my wj right now but rusty sent me the wrong bushings for the rear so its on hold. im going to modify it to make it work for the time being haha. but yea on feb 19 there is like a save the gulches day. you need to get back down here and show me how its done man
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well i got my 2.5 lift installed. im just trying to find some places near greenville south carolina
I'm looking for someone to do some easy to intermediate trails with. My Cherokee is only mildly modified, and I've only been offroad about four times. It's hard to find someone with a comparable rig and skill level. I rode down to Gulches for the first time last Sunday, and I met some nice folks from Club 4x4 Upstate SC. Do you have recovery points on the front and back? Also, what tires are you using?
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