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Unread 03-07-2005, 05:38 PM   #1
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Wheelin' in Tellico OHV (NC/TN)

spent a couple days over the weekend with Aggressive 4x4 Concepts and NC Krawlers in Tellico:

http://wrangler.rutgers.edu/gallery/Tellico-3-3-05

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Unread 03-07-2005, 06:14 PM   #2
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looks like a lot of fun
which trails did you do?
I am headed there for my spring break and want to know which ones i should watch and which ones I sould tackle.
I've got a 91 4-banger with 33's, no lockers or winch so i am limited
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my jeep is setup like ur for now, when i was there ran 1,3,4,5,7,8 and by mistake went down 9. alot of the other stuff there is pretty tough. check out tellico click the like to trail info
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looks like a lot of fun
which trails did you do?
I am headed there for my spring break and want to know which ones i should watch and which ones I sould tackle.
I've got a 91 4-banger with 33's, no lockers or winch so i am limited
we ran just about everything...except #2 (we were going to, but two snapped rear axle shafts took some time out of our day)...

upper 2 is a no-no for no lockers/winch...and lower 2 is a no-no for most everybody...

#1 is a gravel road that runs through the park...doesn't really count as a trail...

you could probably run 3-4-5 and 8 and be OK...as long as you have somebody with you...(preferably with a winch, but at least a strap)...

I ran a lot of it open diffs...only locked the ARBs on the big obstacles...

I would definitely stay off of 2, 9, 11, 12

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