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  • #91
    stoddard valley is in our backyard. post what you plan to do in trail rides and you'll probably have some other jeeps show up too.

    welcome aboard!!
    :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

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    • #92
      hey i noticed markleeville and i was wondering if youve been up around highland lakes, and if you have are all those jeep trails up there closed?

      Was up in the highland lakes area late last summer. USFS is closing a lot of roads down. However their is some wheelen still to be done, old logging roads etc... I'm working on getting a key right now from a friend that may let me run the Barny Riley Trail.
      Dave
      Last edited by Jeeper Creeper; 12-23-03, 07:33 PM.

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      • #93
        Welcome CC2!! Like Sarah, we (king4wd & king4wd2) also live close by to Stoddard Valley. As for us, Stoddard Valley is in OUR front yard
        1993 Wrangler Black, 4" ProComp Lift, 33s.
        Glad to be back in California!

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        • #94
          Was up in the highland lakes area late last summer. USFS is closing a lot of roads down. However their is some wheelen still to be done, old logging roads etc... I'm working on getting a key right now from a friend that may let me run the Barny Riley Trail.
          Dave [/B][/QUOTE]

          So there still is some open logging roads? Or do you need the key? I couldnt imagine the trails being very tough since they are logging roads, or am i wrong because they arent taken care of?
          B R E T T
          87 XJ 3" lift, 31s-thats all thats worth mentioning

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          • #95
            Snow is Satan's powder



            This is where I am from, the bowels of Hell - Buffalo NY

            2 months after this photo was taken I left for the Army - it was a good choice.
            Sean M Higgins




            "We all got it coming kid"

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            • #96
              That's looks cold, Real Cold. What r u doing in the Army ?
              “Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way. ”
              -Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

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              • #97
                I'm not in the Army anymore. I got out a while ago (10 years). I was a Motion Picture Specialist and Still Photographer.
                Sean M Higgins




                "We all got it coming kid"

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                • #98
                  From the Atlantic coast......

                  You Easterners aren't alone. There are a few of us here. From Boston area, transplanted to the Wachusett Mountain area. Plenty of wet hills, mud, snow, rivers, fallen trees, rocks and more snow around here! All Terrainns just won't do... need MT's. Can't wait till spring when it all starts melting and becomes one big slippery mountain of goo!

                  I've seen IGOFISHIN on jeepforum... man I thought you were an easterner too!

                  Seems like a great board! There's a run this weekend in Warren Mass.. I'll try my damnest to be there... gotta get the wife and kids to cooperate!

                  Peace Out...
                  Capt. Jim
                  www.JeepRocks.com and www.Jeep4x4.US

                  2003 TJ, 3" SL w/Nitro Shocks, P.A. 1" BL, M.O.R.E. 1" MML, JKS Quicker Discos, JKS Track bar, Firestone Destination MT 33"x12.5" meats on Tech1 15x8 Rock Crawler Streetlocks, K&N F.I.P.K., PowerAid Throttle Body Spacer, Hi-Lift Jack, Hidden Hitches Hitch, Manik grill & brush guard,Pioneer/ JLAudio /MBQuart sound system and more coming...

                  "One Love, One Destiny. One Earth, One Chance! Symbiosis"

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                  • #99
                    Im really in Camarillo,California.So far I have been wheeling with cetrov,nailer341,dukes69,jeepgal,qwiksilver,tjterr y,igofshn, quibicon,cbremer,bajasixer, and some others.Some great trails are miller,last chance, and geo metro.......not that thats a trail.I hope to wheel with a bunch of you guys in the future.

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                    • Originally posted by Sully
                      Im really in Camarillo,California.So far I have been wheeling with cetrov,nailer341,dukes69,jeepgal,qwiksilver,tjterr y,igofshn, quibicon,cbremer,bajasixer, and some others.Some great trails are miller,last chance, and geo metro.......not that thats a trail.I hope to wheel with a bunch of you guys in the future.
                      Have you seen this thread
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                      “Lead me, follow me, or get out of my way. ”
                      -Gen. George S. Patton Jr.

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                      • Originally posted by Sully
                        Im really in Camarillo,California.So far I have been wheeling with cetrov,nailer341,dukes69,jeepgal,qwiksilver,tjterr y,igofshn, quibicon,cbremer,bajasixer, and some others.Some great trails are miller,last chance, and geo metro.......not that thats a trail.I hope to wheel with a bunch of you guys in the future.
                        thanks sully.
                        myJeeprocks.com

                        "in the end... the rocks always win."

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                        • Well I'm sorry, you better shoot me!


                          I have wheeled with blkTJ x's 2!

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                          • Anyone know any good trails around the Atlanta area. Im always going in the mud. Looking for a change!! Let me know folks.

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                            • Will, welcome aboard!! I'm sure somebody here is from Atlanta ...
                              :gun:'99 TJ Sport:gun:

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                              • Hi, I am Ed and I have a 77 CJ7. it has the 304 V8, three speed trans, stock front diff, the rear diff has been changed out to a 44 (ran a detroit locker in the rear diff for many years but finally got tired of it and swapped it out with a posi), Warn 6k winch, 33x12.50 BFG Mud tires, threw the original low back seats out years ago and installed a set of those hard plastic racing seats (try sitting on those things for a long trip in a rough riding Jeep!). no back seat, bare carpetless floor (planning on coating inside of body tub with that DIY bed liner paint). Been on the Rubicon once about 15 years ago and went anywhere the two other flat fenders I was with went. I have driven this Jeep all over the Sierras, mostly around highway 88 and highway 4. I have had this Jeep since the early 80's when I had to trailer it home because it did not run, put more than enough money into it to have bought a new Jeep. it mainly gets driven in the summer now and has not even been in 4 wheel drive for over 12 <gasp> years! it has just over 100k original miles. this Jeep was my daily driver for many years (my daily driver is now a 2004 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 double cab pickup)

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