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post #4276 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 08:34 PM
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Not a city , more like the forest of fun


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post #4277 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 08:46 PM
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New windsor. You're probly 10 min from us.
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post #4278 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 09:17 PM
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O'K now tell me this..in your opinion which do you feel is better for off roading, an automatic or a standard ? I go crazy in the woods I don't like women drivers I like to have fun, not dangerous just fun. Are the trails around here just dirt roads or are they actually wheeling roads. Sorry but never wheeled in this area before and I don't even know where to go.
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O'K now tell me this..in your opinion which do you feel is better for off roading, an automatic or a standard ? I go crazy in the woods I don't like women drivers I like to have fun, not dangerous just fun. Are the trails around here just dirt roads or are they actually wheeling roads. Sorry but never wheeled in this area before and I don't even know where to go.
It's a little of both but with 4 low it's so easy with either type of transmission. I like using a 5 speed and others like automatic. All personal preference.

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post #4280 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 09:41 PM
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that's what I thought, Iv'e always had a 5 speed but I'm looking for an automatic I think I might like it more. Thanks
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post #4281 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 10:00 PM
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If your looking for hard core out west type wheelin you aint gonna be happy in this area. Our trails are mild with some spots that can give you fits, if you want more you need to drive 3hrs to RC. Haven't had anybody complain yet and frankly couldn't give a crap if they did, I cut what I have and wheel it. Your more than welcome to come try them out for yourself, we have a pretty good group. There are some truly hard core trails in the area but they unfortunately won't be legal.
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post #4282 of 7919 Old 06-05-2012, 10:10 PM
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jeeper where are you from , new to the area?

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post #4283 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 08:17 AM
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Hi , I am Sadass! I live across the river in Hopewell Jct NY. My name is also Mike. Not the supper cool Mike with a D, Just one of the other cool mikes that you will find on the trail. Or as most see me, Under my Jeep with a wrench.
As far as wheeling the area, We actually do have a few choices, But I will not be discussed them at this time. The Main choice we share on this board is a safe legal place to go and Meet other 4wheelers. And some of us are extremely great full to have this property available to 4wheel on. Thanks again to MikeD and his family
We seem to always Have a great time wheeling over MikeD place. For me its only about 35 min from my home, Just a tad bit closer then Raush creek. I can tell you that We always seem to end the day with some good story's of good times with some new and old good friends. So as bad arse or Lame as your Jeep may be, It does not matter. And believe me when I say we have a wide range of capable vehicles that run this property. If you love the wheeling community and the neighbors around you that share the same passion, then come out and enjoy. Forget about setting expectations. know this, The fun will happen if you let it.
I am locked front and rear, and I have pulled the hook on multiple occasions nearly every single time I am there for a wheeling event. on the other side of the coin, for a majority who drive open diff rigs, they never need a winch. It is what you make of it. as the place stands now, there has been a lot of work put into making it what it is today , but there is plenty of room for more. I see a ton of potential to expand the fun zone.
I plan on seeing you guys on Saturday. Up date the countdown any time you like James.

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post #4284 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 09:06 AM
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Hey guys Just getting my new parts all in so I'm gonna have a few take offs and since your close you guys have dibs .

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The steal plate the goes from the main hoop to the windshield from the smitty overhead gear bags . I'm keeping the bags but it's a good place for a cb switches whathaveyou . It's pretty strong I have stood on it and I'm 6.2" 240

There's gonna be more stuff but that's what I have pulled off do far . If you want somethng make an offer I'm pretty dealy ( my word) when it comes to trades beer, knives, jeep parts and good old gas money !!!

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post #4285 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 09:28 AM
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Hi , I am Sadass! I live across the river in Hopewell Jct NY. My name is also Mike. Not the supper cool Mike with a D, Just one of the other cool mikes that you will find on the trail. Or as most see me, Under my Jeep with a wrench.
As far as wheeling the area, We actually do have a few choices, But I will not be discussed them at this time. The Main choice we share on this board is a safe legal place to go and Meet other 4wheelers. And some of us are extremely great full to have this property available to 4wheel on. Thanks again to MikeD and his family
We seem to always Have a great time wheeling over MikeD place. For me its only about 35 min from my home, Just a tad bit closer then Raush creek. I can tell you that We always seem to end the day with some good story's of good times with some new and old good friends. So as bad arse or Lame as your Jeep may be, It does not matter. And believe me when I say we have a wide range of capable vehicles that run this property. If you love the wheeling community and the neighbors around you that share the same passion, then come out and enjoy. Forget about setting expectations. know this, The fun will happen if you let it.
I am locked front and rear, and I have pulled the hook on multiple occasions nearly every single time I am there for a wheeling event. on the other side of the coin, for a majority who drive open diff rigs, they never need a winch. It is what you make of it. as the place stands now, there has been a lot of work put into making it what it is today , but there is plenty of room for more. I see a ton of potential to expand the fun zone.
I plan on seeing you guys on Saturday. Up date the countdown any time you like James.


Mike, I couldnt have said it any better. This stuff is what makes weekends that much better.
Yes MikeD, Im sure ive said it before but a big thanks to you and your family for having us.
That place creates friends , memories and good times !

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post #4286 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 10:16 AM
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Hey does anybody have a zj passenger front fender they can part with? all 3 passenger lights too lol
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post #4287 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 10:44 AM
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Hey does anybody have a zj passenger front fender they can part with? all 3 passenger lights too lol
Who needs fenders! Lol I don't have any but if your local I know there are some at A&T pick n pull Atleast last time I was there (month or 2) I may have the lights tho. I'll have to take a look
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post #4288 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 10:52 AM
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I'm not local but I'll be up in Wappingers this weekend. As long as they're open on Saturday I can check them out.
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post #4289 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 11:01 AM
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I'm not local but I'll be up in Wappingers this weekend. As long as they're open on Saturday I can check them out.
They're open I think until noon there in hydepark off rt 9G on cardinal rd. really easy to get to,
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post #4290 of 7919 Old 06-06-2012, 11:08 AM
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I've got a good idea where it is, but if you've got the lights I'd be happy to take them off your hands
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