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Old 02-11-2011, 06:35 PM   #1
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Anybody know the best trails in Idaho (Boise)?

I just have a few questions to start out with.

I'd like to meet somebody on here who knows Idaho trails, preferably around Boise. Also, If anybody from CO could give me a heads up on trails near Colorado Springs, that would be awesome because I'm getting transferred to Ft. Carson soon.

Other than trails, I'm working on building up a decent sound system for the summer months when we jeep drivers bust out of the cage and need to hear our tunes over the wind. I drive a 92 YJ with a center console containing my sub-woofer. The sub that I have is 300 W and I'm wondering if anybody on here has any experience with this console and can tell me it's limitations concerning sound quality with a more powerful woofer. Thanks for reading my newb thread!

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Welcome! Most people will not post trails online, so you will most likely have to meet people in person, try here:
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I suppose that makes a lot of sense. Thanks!
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