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Old 02-12-2011, 11:18 PM   #31
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Ive done daniel 3 times on stock suspension and 31's. kodak rock area is tougher. I'll need at least a front locker to play around on that hill.

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Ive done daniel 3 times on stock suspension and 31's. kodak rock area is tougher. I'll need at least a front locker to play around on that hill.

i never went up it but heard it was just rough and mine being my DD not tryin to take a chance on tearing it up now there was another trail that was a little rougher than the other not sure of the name but i went up it and it had a hill climb that was pretty good but not too rough, did you have to use a winch or anything up daniel and what all up grades do you have like rear locker or anything? im stock other than 4 inch on 31's so? but there a little less aggressive all terrain so....

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Old 02-15-2011, 02:52 PM   #33
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the first time I went on daniel I was completley stock. no lift, lockers, armor or anything. got a little rocker damage on that trip, but made it up with no help. next few times I think I had rock sliders and thats about it. now I've got full under carraige armor, front and rear bumpers, winch, BL, MML and a few other tricks.

during the winter the forest service fills in most ditches and ruts and basically "paves" the entire trail system at ure. so if you want to start out with less dificulty, going early in the season is the best time to go.
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Old 02-20-2011, 09:50 PM   #34
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I live in the High Point/Archdale area. planning a wheeling/camping trip to uwharrie in the next month or so. got a 2.5" rough country coming in this week, gotta go test it out!

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