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Old 02-27-2011, 12:57 PM   #1
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Went camping and did a little trail riding

I took a camping trip to devils den state park and found some 4 wheeler trails and had a little fun in the jeep. I havent really posted any pics since I cut the fenders and put 35s on so here ya go.
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what is that rear cargo carrier you are using? where does it attach?

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Old 02-27-2011, 01:35 PM   #3
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very nice ! Can't wait until winter is over
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I took a camping trip to devils den state park and found some 4 wheeler trails and had a little fun in the jeep. I havent really posted any pics since I cut the fenders and put 35s on so here ya go.
I HATE YOU!!!!!!!
Not really, just jealous......3 feet of snow and -12 here..........did I mention I hate you.......
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Old 02-27-2011, 01:53 PM   #5
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I HATE YOU!!!!!!!
Not really, just jealous......3 feet of snow and -12 here..........did I mention I hate you.......
Haha gotta love arkansas weather, two weeks ago we had 2 feet of snow, now its highs of 60 lol
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Old 02-27-2011, 01:55 PM   #6
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what is that rear cargo carrier you are using? where does it attach?
Its a bestop rear cargo rack. It bolts in behind your tire carrier using the same holes, you just take your tire carrier off, put the rack up, replace the tire carrier, and bolt it back in. Its super convienent on a 2 door jeep.
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Looks like fun.
Love the color and the bumper, btw...

We got out yesterday too.


Ryan's swaybar links bent on his Rubi; this trail is nastier than the video makes it seem.

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Nice looking Jeep. After you cut your fenders, what did you do for side markers?

Cute dog. I have the brown version. When the rear door opens, she assumes it's Jeep time for her.
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:25 PM   #9
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Nice looking Jeep. After you cut your fenders, what did you do for side markers?

Cute dog. I have the brown version. When the rear door opens, she assumes it's Jeep time for her.
Thanks! I am currently not running any sidemarkers, I havent figured out a way and I dont like the writeup on project jk, I dont do much driving at night anyways.
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Looks like fun.
Love the color and the bumper, btw...

We got out yesterday too.

Ryan's swaybar links bent on his Rubi; this trail is nastier than the video makes it seem.

Haha nice setup you got there
Im pretty sure we even have the same winch (xrc8?). How did you mount those lights on the winch bumper?
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Its a bestop rear cargo rack. It bolts in behind your tire carrier using the same holes, you just take your tire carrier off, put the rack up, replace the tire carrier, and bolt it back in. Its super convienent on a 2 door jeep.
Thanks. I was thinking of getting a rack for the hitch receiver, but I like this one. I think I may have to order one.
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Haha gotta love arkansas weather, two weeks ago we had 2 feet of snow, now its highs of 60 lol
I hear ya. I live west of Little Rock and we rode around the Lake Winona area yesterday and it got to about 74 degrees according to the Jeep temp guage.

Were you cruising around the Ouchita Forest and if so what part?

Are there any good places to 4 wheel in Ouchita that folks really like/popular that you know of?

I've only had my Jeep a month but I am looking for places in the Ouchitas since it's so big and relatively close to home.

BTW, great looking Jeep. I really like that color.
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Haha nice setup you got there
Im pretty sure we even have the same winch (xrc8?). How did you mount those lights on the winch bumper?
Yes; XRC8-Comp.

The mount is an A to Z Fab fairlead mount.

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I hear ya. I live west of Little Rock and we rode around the Lake Winona area yesterday and it got to about 74 degrees according to the Jeep temp guage.

Were you cruising around the Ouchita Forest and if so what part?

Are there any good places to 4 wheel in Ouchita that folks really like/popular that you know of?

I've only had my Jeep a month but I am looking for places in the Ouchitas since it's so big and relatively close to home.

BTW, great looking Jeep. I really like that color.
Nice where do you live? Im in fory smith. The pictures shown are in devils den, which is in the ozarks but there are a ton of roads to wheel in both the ozarks and quachitas.
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Yes; XRC8-Comp.

The mount is an A to Z Fab fairlead mount.
Thanks HD!
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Nice where do you live? Im in fory smith. The pictures shown are in devils den, which is in the ozarks but there are a ton of roads to wheel in both the ozarks and quachitas.
I'm in Paron which is the east foothils of the Quachitas. We have ridden dirt bikes around the Winona area for a few years now but I've never been west of 7 Hwy in the Quachitas. I would love to find someone familiar with that area and meet up sometime. I've heard the Mena area is nice.

I'm going to the "New Guys Run" in the Hot Spring's Superlift park next weeked. Hope to meet some new folks that can show me the ropes and maybe some new places to ride.

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