1. Post #1
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    Just a few pics from my trail riding this morning







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    Where do you live?

  3. Post #3
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    I actually live in Central Md near Baltimore. This is in Greenridge MD. 2 hours from my house

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    Trail riding is why I want a Jeep

    :allears:
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    I really need to find some trails around here. Ohio's boring as all hell when it comes to this kinda thing.
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    I really need to find some trails around here. Ohio's boring as all hell when it comes to this kinda thing.
    Go the UP in michigan awesome trails to drive and logging roads. Sadly I live in the lower peninsula so not nearly as main trails.

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    In those pics it looks like the stuff I drive my Subaru through, got any better offroad pics?

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    Imagine that view just with a bit rougher road :allears:

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    :allears:
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    Beep beep I want a mother fucking Jeep!
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    Go the UP in michigan awesome trails to drive and logging roads. Sadly I live in the lower peninsula so not nearly as main trails.
    I've been itching to take it somewhere but I also don't want to tear up my daily. I need to have the front diff rebuilt before I do anything really. In other news I found out my Explorer has a set of 4.10's and a L/S rear diff

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    In those pics it looks like the stuff I drive my Subaru through, got any better offroad pics?




    I wish i had gotten more of the REALLY difficult trail. Some of it was almost straight up with rock and snow. There's NO way a subaru would've been able to go through the more technical part of the trail up the mountain. Way to much rock crawling.

    PS the second pic was at eye level looking down at the trail I just came up. I'll be going again when it gets warmer. Gonna take pictures of the technicality of the trail
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    I really need to find some trails around here. Ohio's boring as all hell when it comes to this kinda thing.
    Pennsylvania and West Virginia have some fairly nice trails and landscapes and it's not of a long of a drive as to Upper Michigan.
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    I wish i had gotten more of the REALLY difficult trail. Some of it was almost straight up with rock and snow. There's NO way a subaru would've been able to go through the more technical part of the trail up the mountain. Way to much rock crawling.

    PS the second pic was at eye level looking down at the trail I just came up. I'll be going again when it gets warmer. Gonna take pictures of the technicality of the trail
    Yeah, the parts in the pictures my Soobie could easily make it through

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    Pennsylvania and West Virginia have some fairly nice trails and landscapes and it's not of a long of a drive as to Upper Michigan.
    I've heard of some trails out in West Virginia but I still have to get some directions.

    Paste, you have any better trail photos? I'm not doubting it, just want to see em'.

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    I've heard of some trails out in West Virginia but I still have to get some directions.

    Paste, you have any better trail photos? I'm not doubting it, just want to see em'.
    Sadly I was mostly focused on getting up without dying, but I'll be going again in a month or so when it gets warmer. Take the top and the doors off. Will get pictures of all the hard areas if I can.

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    And come with me with your Subaru. We'll have fun :D

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    Looks like a fun time. I'm damn jealous too. One investment when I'm finally employed will definitely be a Wrangler or another offroad toy.

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    When I get into a family situation I'll be buying a 4 door. After owning this I refuse to drive anything else. Horrid has mileage but its absolutely so much to drive. Anywhere.

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    If you have a gravel pit near you, go get a boner and get over there, my dad always tells me stories about him and his friends fucking around in one near me.
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    Never thought of that! I have a few actually, just don't know if they're sectioned off or not.

  20. Post #20
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    Fuck yeah offroading.
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    fuck yeah, offroading
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    That is one beasty Hilux you've got there. There any regular places you go to around Perth?

  23. Post #23
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    i thought the thread said "tail riding" and I was going to flame you, because I hate faggots in SUV's riding my ass.

    but this thread turned out be cool and awesome instead!!
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    That is one beasty Hilux you've got there. There any regular places you go to around Perth?
    that's my mates hilux, took the photo before i got mine. we usually go wherever we want, powerline track, telegraph track out near mundaring, hoffmans mill down south near yarloop. hardest one i've ever done was the canning stock route

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    that's my mates hilux, took the photo before i got mine. we usually go wherever we want, powerline track, telegraph track out near mundaring, hoffmans mill down south near yarloop. hardest one i've ever done was the canning stock route
    I've done the powerline track near mundaring, which was actually my first real bit of 4WDing. I've also gone from Seabird down to Guilderton (Moore River) along the coastal sand tracks. My parents have done the Holland track, which I'm going to do with a mate but on motorbike.

    Doing the Canning Stock Route is impressive, how long did it take you? I wanna do it some time.

  26. Post #26
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    I've done the powerline track near mundaring, which was actually my first real bit of 4WDing. I've also gone from Seabird down to Guilderton (Moore River) along the coastal sand tracks. My parents have done the Holland track, which I'm going to do with a mate but on motorbike.

    Doing the Canning Stock Route is impressive, how long did it take you? I wanna do it some time.
    took us, all up, about 20 days. best trip i've ever done in my opinion. most of the time we just go up for a cruise in the lancelin sand dunes.

  27. Post #27
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    sort of related.

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    all i can hear is "redneck redneck redneck"

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    honestly, how fucking stupid can you get?
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  29. Post #29
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    I love how it's such an abrupt end with the BOOOM and then just quiet.

  30. Post #30
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    Mostly relevant - an old video I have. Proof that winches are useful.


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    Trail is behind me, but the view is spectacular.
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  31. Post #31
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    I'm back with some more!



    Poser flex when my swaybar link broke.






    All clean
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  32. Post #32
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    goddamn right its a jeep thing bitches dont understand

  33. Post #33
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    So I've got the Jeep

    now I need to find some good trails around my area...

  34. Post #34
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    October 2008
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    Im telling you man, for trail riding, the IH Scout is the way to go, don't get me wrong I like your Jeep though.
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    I'm scouting more trails for my Volkswagen. I'll be sure to take some pictures next time I'm out.

  36. Post #36
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    Feels good knowing you are the one making the giant cloud of dust behind you.
    Grand Am Waterbed suspension makes offroadin in it fun

    solid dirt road... RANDOM DEEP SAND PULLING ME OFF ROAD ;_;

  37. Post #37
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    Is Land Rover good for off roading?

  38. Post #38
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    Is Land Rover good for off roading?
    Are you serious?

    Yes they are

  39. Post #39
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    November 2007
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    I love riding trails I used to have an amigo that looked a like this



    Unfortunately it was only 2wd but it was manual and I never got it stuck. Even was able to go further on a jeep trail than my friends Ram 1500. Eventually the head gasket cracked, Paid 2k to fix the entire engine pretty much because the chain or w/e broke which in turn bent every single valve. Less than a year later same thing happened but when I brought up the 1yr warranty they came up with some bs thing about how "The part that caused it was not warrantied"

    So now I have this fun toy. Same year and color as stock pic. I have yet to take it on any real trails but it should do good, Got the biggest tires I could fit stock and 4wd hi/low. Down side is that it is an automatic but as long as it can go off road i'm happy.


  40. Post #40
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    I want a Jeep so badly...but I'm 15 so I haven't started driving lessons. Once I'm 15 and 9 months then I'll be able to start...

    Jeep Wrangler or Jeep Wrangler Unlimited? I was thinking Unlimited because there's more storage in the back, and I my dad might use me to transport his stuff around when he's busy. I'm not a person for trucks though.