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post #841 of 1974 Old 10-02-2011, 09:39 AM
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Agggg i need an alignment or id be there plus a tranny line just blew on the gf's 94 so im spending the wet day fixing that

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post #842 of 1974 Old 10-02-2011, 02:01 PM
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At some point im actually going to have to head to trails, heard a lot about it over the years, never been down.
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post #843 of 1974 Old 10-02-2011, 02:08 PM
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At some point im actually going to have to head to trails, heard a lot about it over the years, never been down.
It's nothing particularly special. I wouldn't drive a particularly long distance to wheel there, but it is free and legal and can be a fun place to kill a couple hours with your Jeep.
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Today was fun y'all...Was a hoppin' place lol... I feel like I may have actually gotten some half decent shots this time, but I'll post them another night.

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It's nothing particularly special. I wouldn't drive a particularly long distance to wheel there, but it is free and legal and can be a fun place to kill a couple hours with your Jeep.
I live about 15 minutes away so it wouldnt be too bad of a drive
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post #846 of 1974 Old 10-03-2011, 11:57 AM
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Their were so many jeeps their the other day I've never seen it so crowded

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Any damages or casualitys?
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Any damages or casualitys?
Um me and another Cherokee broke a taillight. My friends fully stock Cherokee on street tires only broke a center cap and he did surprisingly well for stock and it being his first time. I don't think their was to much damage I didn't stay whole time though

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I scraped another wheel. 3 down, 1 more to go!

Ok... Just being dumb

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Um me and another Cherokee broke a taillight. My friends fully stock Cherokee on street tires only broke a center cap and he did surprisingly well for stock and it being his first time. I don't think their was to much damage I didn't stay whole time though
lol, yeah I spoke with brian he said he had lost a tail light on the waterfall.

Damn I should have gone up.

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lol, yeah I spoke with brian he said he had lost a tail light on the waterfall.

Damn I should have gone up.
Ha yep we both lost them against the same tree

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lol, yeah I spoke with brian he said he had lost a tail light on the waterfall.

Damn I should have gone up.
Let me guess the passanger side crushed it on the wall i cant wait to conquer the waterfall i figure enough ppl try it well be stacked enough to just walk right up
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Ha yep we both lost them against the same tree
lol yup!
I am busting my *** to get my new gas tank skid and upper rear spring re locators done this week and Brian and I are thinking about heading up this weekend to try it out on the waterfall.

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Let me guess the passanger side crushed it on the wall i cant wait to conquer the waterfall i figure enough ppl try it well be stacked enough to just walk right up
It got smashed on this goofy root on the passenger side. The hardest part is the exit cause it was all mud since it was raining a little while we were their.

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post #855 of 1974 Old 10-03-2011, 07:24 PM
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last weekend at trails was awesome i counted 15 jeeps down there at one point. i didnt break anything but bash up my gas tank skid a little more than it already was on the water fall.
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