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actually chris to be exact its a 99, us pre lp dana 30s are much cooler
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post #17 of 34 Old 04-12-2010, 09:43 PM
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Nice dudeee!! I remember taking my YJ out there... 4 inch with locks all around..

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What type of front bumper is on that light blue XJ?

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Looks like you had a great time. I did the first hill in your pics in january when it was all frozen. I was locked on 33s so it was a challenge but for the JK(unlocked) on 35s it took some throttle and a TJ on 31s had some trouble. Ice makes it soo much harder.
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What type of front bumper is on that light blue XJ?
its one off ebay i think, hopefully xGArfx (the owner of it) will chime in and let you know

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Looks like you had a great time. I did the first hill in your pics in january when it was all frozen. I was locked on 33s so it was a challenge but for the JK(unlocked) on 35s it took some throttle and a TJ on 31s had some trouble. Ice makes it soo much harder.
Haha, yeah it wasnt that bad at all, it just looks gnarly, and im sure that thing covered in ice would be scary

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Haha, yeah it wasnt that bad at all, it just looks gnarly, and im sure that thing covered in ice would be scary
wait ru talkin about the one i only got half way up and had to turn back??? that was pretty off camber i was the only dummy that attempted it... unless the ones ur ur photobucket, that one looks much much worse then it is
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IIRC that's the hill climb on trail 2. We ran that five years ago before it was all rutted out and about 10 feet taller. Talk about sketchy. I can't imagine it doing it unlocked now . . .

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ya thats on trail 2, wen i went there a few years ago it was much taller and less rutted out, it was more fun and u needed more fun pedal then now its all torn up and ur wheels just fall right into the ruts and follow them... no skill or fun in that
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ya thats on trail 2, wen i went there a few years ago it was much taller and less rutted out, it was more fun and u needed more fun pedal then now its all torn up and ur wheels just fall right into the ruts and follow them... no skill or fun in that
i thought it was pretty fun wasnt a challenge at all though

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i thought it was pretty fun
The best part was that on the downslope, it makes a slight turn to the left. A bud of mine didn't know that his first time up. GREAT pics trying to get him off that tree on the other side . .

It doesn't have to be challenging to be fun.

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Yup open all year, and its 35 for the day but you have to pay a 15$ membership every 3 years. And actually its on PA
$35 a day if you wheel just the old part...

and extra $10 for the new...

And of course the member fee he mentioned.

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Nice pics, I love RC... and best part is its only 45 miles away.

Did you happen to see any JKs at Harrys? I doubt they have anything that new there, but just curious... If so I will go on $1 days (do they still have those?) and strip one bare. LOL.
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Nice pics, I love RC... and best part is its only 45 miles away.

Did you happen to see any JKs at Harrys? I doubt they have anything that new there, but just curious... If so I will go on $1 days (do they still have those?) and strip one bare. LOL.
I didnt see any JKs, but i didnt really look around too much, we did see one TJ a YJ about a million XJs and one MJ. Keep in mind that we didnt go more than 300 feet away from the entrance, the place is HUGE.

Im sure if you called in they would let you know it there were any

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