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post #1 of 4 Old 12-08-2019, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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Trails for stock JKU SoCal

Hey guys, I’ve been looking around but it’s hard to find what I’m exactly looking for. I’m looking for some cooler areas to take a completely stock 2018 JKU. I don’t need it to be crazy or even require 4WD, just something that maybe gets you to a cool view and is less trafficked by smaller/less capable vehicles.

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try big bear and the many Forrest roads up there. get a trail book for the area.

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This is actually perfect. Thanks for the suggestion!
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This is actually perfect. Thanks for the suggestion!
Those books are well done too. We use them for our ; "never been there, what is there". They make these for just about all states too. We do a lot of wheeling still in cali though we live in AZ. we are from cali but moved away like 20+ years ago. Just go back to run the great trails out west like Rubicon, Dusy and Fordyce most every year. I have ran all the trails in Big bear as well. Most are rather easy though that is VERY subjective to how much wheeling you have done. Me that started back in 1975 on the Rubicon.

If you plant to get into the sport i would recommend finding a Jeep club. Its best to not wheel alone. More so when new to this since Murphy's law tends to follow a jeep and right behind old Murphy is FUBAR.

be sure to bring things like the basics. First aid, Fire extinguisher(5LB MIN>). water and even food since you never know if that day ride turns into an over night. If you go out in the winter bring winter gear in case a break down.

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