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Old 09-13-2010, 01:34 PM   #1
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I just bought my '07 Rubicon yesterday and was looking for some forums just like this that might be able to point me in a good direction for some offroad fun as well as future mods I may want to add.

I'm totally new to the Jeep thing, but I've wanted one ever since I was learning how to drive, yesterday that dream finally came true! Her name is Rubi, pronounced like Ruby, and she is gorgeous. I'll post some pics up once I take enough time to take some good ones.

So yeah, I guess that's about it for now. I'm really glad to have found this place and I'm looking forward to meeting a bunch of you, it seems like a really chill group from what I've seen so far. Oh, and if you're in Oregon let me know of any good places you know of, things are kinda dry, meaning flat, in my immediate vicinity.


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I grew up in Springfield.

I'd recommend starting with the coastal logging roads. Lots of really neat places back there. You'll get lost, but that's part of the fun.

Or I'd work on driving to Bend on as little pavement as possible. It can be done.

There's a road from near Oakridge that gets up to Summit Lake, which is the starting place for climbing Diamond Peak. That's a great, but really long, day.

And close by? Try the stuff up behind Marcola. Lots of good roads up there.
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Hey,Her name is Rubi, pronounced like Ruby, and she is gorgeous.
That won't be hard to remember, that's what everyone calls Rubicons.

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Old 09-13-2010, 08:38 PM   #8
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Haha, I had been noticing that alot of people named their Rubicons Rubi, and here I thought I was being somewhat original.=p

Thanks for the welcomes guys and I appreciate the info Geoff. I'll have to look into some of that. Are there routes or maps or anything that could give me an idea of a starting point? And are there any area that I should be aware of and avoid, besides private property of course.

Thanks for everything guys.
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