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02-27-2013 09:49 PM
Tweak hmm, bridgeport shouldnt be too terribly far from you. Northwest OHV is always a good time. I think Tolar is a little further south. also some good wheeling in OK, my buddies are taking me to a place called Daisy, never been there.
02-27-2013 09:38 PM
Originally Posted by rketr
Dyess AFB is SW of Abilene (if I remember right)
Correct, and yea just in time for summer. Not worried though, Florida is bad but I went to school in Arizona so TX will be pretty mild compared to 120 days in Phoenix.
02-27-2013 09:18 PM
jeepers29 Just in time for the summer heat!
02-27-2013 09:12 PM
rketr Dyess AFB is SW of Abilene (if I remember right)
02-27-2013 08:04 PM
BlueTJ1997 What part of Texas?
02-27-2013 05:04 PM
Moving to TX May/June

Just found out I'll be moving over to TX in a few months, still waiting on official orders for exact dates, but I'll be over at Dyess. Wanted to drop in and say hi.. Got a 10A on order and a 95' at home at the Parents place in AZ thats turned into a ranch vehicle; so the 10a will be my new Jeep, but I'm not new to Jeeps at all. Drove my YJ for roughly 6 years before a busted syncro for 5th gear and deciding to retire it rather then pay someone to constantly fix it since I'm in an apartment without a full set of tools yet.

Been trying to scout out areas for wheeling out there, what kind of terrain there is and whatnot, and how far I'd have to drive to get there. Any info anyone has would be greatly appreciated!


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