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Old 02-16-2013, 04:28 AM   #1
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slade ky(red river gorge)

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lookin for some personal ”reviews” on slade. Thinking about going with some friends and wanted to know what to expect. My jeep isn't much, just a shackle lift and 33's and some friends are in stock cherokees and yjs. Will we be biting off more than we can chew.

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Old 02-19-2013, 11:20 AM   #2
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Depends totally on the trails that you go to. There is plenty there that a slightly modified rig can handle and there is plenty more that will put you into a world of trouble, lol. It is best to go with someone that knows the area so you don't get in over your head because the trails aren't marked.

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Old 07-09-2013, 09:44 PM   #3
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Been there a lot but it was all on sidexsides and 4 wheelers looking forward to taking my jeep. Not sure how much of it I can cover on 31' s with no lift but, I do know the trails fairly well
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I'm 20 minutes from natural bridge and I've been wanting to find out about some easy trails in the area. Please share any you know. I haven't had my jeep long. Not much miss just a 2" lift and 31"s.
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I'm 20 minutes from natural bridge and I've been wanting to find out about some easy trails in the area. Please share any you know. I haven't had my jeep long. Not much miss just a 2" lift and 31"s.
Hey I have been on the trails there with 4 wheelers but not in a jeep would like to try them out, I don't know how many of them you can do in a jeep.
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Hey I have been on the trails there with 4 wheelers but not in a jeep would like to try them out, I don't know how many of them you can do in a jeep.
I'm a newb and my jeep isn't modified much. I need some easy ones.
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Old 07-23-2013, 08:14 PM   #7
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I'm a newb and my jeep isn't modified much. I need some easy ones.
I hear ya I am new to jeeps. Would like to try some of the trails, but I don't want to go alone in case I get stuck.

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