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Old 06-14-2013, 03:57 PM   #1
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Anyone interested in hitting TSF Saturday (tomorrow 6/15)? I have an itch that needs scratched. I don't feel like working on the Jeep, I'd rather be wheeling it. I'd really like to try out Little Rubicon, but I never have a good spotter when I go out there.
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Old 06-14-2013, 06:14 PM   #2
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Anyone interested in hitting TSF Saturday (tomorrow 6/15)? I have an itch that needs scratched. I don't feel like working on the Jeep, I'd rather be wheeling it. I'd really like to try out Little Rubicon, but I never have a good spotter when I go out there.
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Good luck with the little rubicon, Ive had 4 attempts at it only making it up once. Nearly impossible in the wet. Wish you the best of luck at your attempts.

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I have yet to attempt it. I keep it pretty mild up there since I am almost always rolling solo. I stick to powerline and ceader tree. Maybe Bates if I have time.
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I have yet to attempt it. I keep it pretty mild up there since I am almost always rolling solo. I stick to powerline and ceader tree. Maybe Bates if I have time.
I run solo alot too and I also stick to mild trails also, Rock Garden, Waterfall, V notch hill, Upper Crusher. And the Rock garden on the side of FB5. Not sure how built you. Little Rubicon, Can Opener and 7 Up are three of the hardest hill climbs up there. Im very well build and have years of experience but Ive only been able to do Little Rubicon. I got a run on the 30th Ill be doing the westside if you want to come.
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Old 06-14-2013, 10:13 PM   #5
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I have a JKU Rubicon. 35s and mild lift sliders and winch. Been wheeling about 12 years. I do FB5 every now and then. I can never seem to find a map so those are really the only ones I know how to get to up there.
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Old 06-15-2013, 12:24 AM   #6
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Old 06-15-2013, 12:49 AM   #7
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Yeah, I look at that one a lot. I want an actual map that I can fold up and throw in the map pocket with the others. I have tried printing it out and find that it is a PITA and I could hardly read it. Every time I head up to TSF I stop at the Shell weather I need to or not, but they never have maps there. I have been told they have them sometimes. Now if you could find a link where I could buy the map on line or something I'll buy you a sixer. I have yet to find one.
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Not sure where abouts your located but I got my maps from the power sports dealer in St Helens, OR. If you head out past BC you can grab one from the forest service center by jones cr too next time I'm in St. Helens I will try to grab 4 or 5 so I have some extras
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Old 06-15-2013, 10:47 AM   #9
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It has never occured to me... I've lived near Beaverton Motorcycle for about 9 years and get my off road stickers there. I could wager that they have maps there. I can't believe I've never even considered that they probably have maps! Lol. I can be such a dumbass sometimes, but 9 years...I need to get my head checked. Rofl

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