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Old 11-16-2009, 02:47 PM   #1
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I'm going to be visiting family over the holidays beginning 12/17-01/10, I'll be around theToledo/Fremon/Pt. Clinton area. If anyone knows of any trail riding events around the area please let me know. Or, if you happen to know of area that are safe for stockers to go, that would be fine too.

It is probably going to be just myself in my 2009 JK-U and possibly my sister driving a TJ. Both are completely stock, I do have recovery points and I'm not afraid of getting banged up (I already have trail damage, more isn't going to hurt it.) I have been out trail riding quite few times and love doing it, but the only place to get in any decent rock crawling is 4 hours from where I live.

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Old 11-16-2009, 03:42 PM   #2
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well bud ohio aint much differnt than ND flat if you want wheeling then your stuck

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I'm going to be visiting family over the holidays beginning 12/17-01/10, I'll be around theToledo/Fremon/Pt. Clinton area. If anyone knows of any trail riding events around the area please let me know. Or, if you happen to know of area that are safe for stockers to go, that would be fine too.

It is probably going to be just myself in my 2009 JK-U and possibly my sister driving a TJ. Both are completely stock, I do have recovery points and I'm not afraid of getting banged up (I already have trail damage, more isn't going to hurt it.) I have been out trail riding quite few times and love doing it, but the only place to get in any decent rock crawling is 4 hours from where I live.
JeepSkool is just an hour or so away in the NE section of Ohio. SAFE-LEGAL-FUN for FAMILY trails and there is plenty for the stocker crowd to have fun on. A new 3 mile rock crawl has been added for the stocker to EXTREME crowd too.
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