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Old 07-21-2012, 01:28 AM   #1
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Maximum Trail Flex w/4" Pro-Comp short arms & 33s [watch me push the limits!]

I had these photos taken 5 yrs. ago, but they show how much flex my Pro-Comp 4" Short Arm lift pumps out.

All photos taken in the Republic of Mexico, outside of Tecate!










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Old 07-22-2012, 03:25 AM   #2
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Nice pics, if you scroll down fast enough it's almost as good as a video.


BTW, I noticed your in the Riverside area, any places locally you like to wheel? I am in Lake Elsinore and would like to find some local areas if possible.

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BTW, I noticed your in the Riverside area, any places locally you like to wheel? I am in Lake Elsinore and would like to find some local areas if possible.

Thanks, Jay
Jay - I came across this Turbo-charged Toyota Supra that I drove my Jeep over in Riverside. Not far from the 60/215 Interchange in the Moreno Valley area. That is a place that is close by where you can test parts, suspension, tires, mud-terrain handling, etc.

If you are in Lake Elsinore, there is Wildomar OHV area at the top of the Ortega Hwy - real close to you. I used to travel to Lytle Creek for snow runs, but that has unfortunately been reduced in size due to budget cuts and an impassible road. Cleghorn Rd. is not too far away, and is still plenty of fun for a snow/mud run. Cleghorn Rd. is in the Cajon Pass area. HTH
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