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07-08-2012 02:16 AM
suicideking
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Originally Posted by hwy1rubi View Post
BFG KM2, tried the upgrades out today at Cleghorn, and they worked great thanks to the guys at OC Motorsports.
Nice! I might end up getting those tires too. I like that they're one of the lightest tires.

Black Jeeps rule!
07-08-2012 01:11 AM
highwayman Yeah, those paddlemarker markings are weird. Wonder if the red has anything to do with the fatalites on the trail.
07-07-2012 11:32 PM
hwy1rubi
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Looks good! What tires did you get?
BFG KM2, tried the upgrades out today at Cleghorn, and they worked great thanks to the guys at OC Motorsports.
07-07-2012 01:26 AM
suicideking
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Originally Posted by hwy1rubi View Post
It did happen but a little late:





Looks good! What tires did you get?
07-06-2012 09:55 PM
hwy1rubi
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Originally Posted by pluke the 2 View Post
Pictures??????? or it didn't happen
It did happen but a little late:





07-05-2012 05:09 PM
hwy1rubi
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Originally Posted by JeepHerz View Post
Okay I'll post up a run on the CA forum so I don't hi-jack Pluke's thread.
Great
07-05-2012 05:07 PM
hwy1rubi
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Originally Posted by pluke the 2 View Post
Pictures??????? or it didn't happen
Funny, but it'll have to be after 5 or so when I bring it back home.
07-05-2012 04:54 PM
JeepHerz Okay I'll post up a run on the CA forum so I don't hi-jack Pluke's thread.
07-05-2012 04:49 PM
pluke the 2
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What day and time?

I am having a 3" Teraflex, and 35's installed today and may be up to check them out too.
Pictures??????? or it didn't happen
07-05-2012 04:44 PM
hwy1rubi
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Cool. I just put on the 3" Mopar/Teraflex and 34s two weeks ago.
Probably Sunday around noonish but we haven't locked it in yet- flexible. There are two other people that just put on new lifts that also may go. Any day/time better?
For me Saturday or Monday
07-05-2012 04:40 PM
JeepHerz Cool. I just put on the 3" Mopar/Teraflex and 34s two weeks ago.
Probably Sunday around noonish but we haven't locked it in yet- flexible. There are two other people that just put on new lifts that also may go. Any day/time better?
07-05-2012 04:27 PM
hwy1rubi
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Thanks! You'd be disappointed in person- she is actually small- only about 45 lbs. We foster dogs and she was our latest foster. The first time I took her to Skyline I was able to take her off leash and she ran right next to me. When the trail narrowed she'd run in front about 20 feet, wait for me and then run some more. She totally ignored other people on the trail. Sold! Couldn't give her back to the rescue so she's ours now.
Cleghorn it is.
What day and time?

I am having a 3" Teraflex, and 35's installed today and may be up to check them out too.
07-05-2012 02:11 PM
JeepHerz Thanks! You'd be disappointed in person- she is actually small- only about 45 lbs. We foster dogs and she was our latest foster. The first time I took her to Skyline I was able to take her off leash and she ran right next to me. When the trail narrowed she'd run in front about 20 feet, wait for me and then run some more. She totally ignored other people on the trail. Sold! Couldn't give her back to the rescue so she's ours now.
Cleghorn it is.
07-05-2012 01:34 PM
pluke the 2 Your better off at Cleghorn to test out your Rig than to play around Wildomar. There aren't really any trails that are tough besides this one and it's really not even a trail, it's more just an obstacle going all the way up and then I think it's done. I've never been up the whole thing though so I'm just making an assumption.

Cleghorn is a great spot to test out and enjoy some scenery.

Love your dog though! And I have explored the area a little bit, we we're on our way to go Hiking at Tenaja Falls.
07-05-2012 01:25 PM
JeepHerz How was the rest of Wildomar? I need to test my lift somewhere other than a fire road but I want to avoid the BB drive. Considering Cleghorn or Wildomar this weekend. Nap-inducing for you Pluke, but what about the rest of us mortals?
You probably already know that Skyline Drive in Corona connects to Mainline. But there is also a 2 mile trail that comes off the same spot. You can make it more difficult by going off the main trail- but you'll miss the waterfall. It goes into the canyons so it stays shaded. Its a nice way to spend the day: we take the Jeep & the dog up Skyline, have lunch, and then come back down and hike. I run it with my dog to tire her out. Skyline won't test you or your rig but there are some beautiful views and last Saturday we hardly saw a soul. Just be aware that there is a locked gate at Skyline. But there is almost always someone coming or going on the weekends. I'll be getting a key now that I have the Jeep.
**Also- they are are doing work at Beeks Place so for the moment you can only go on Sundays.** (Just with the Jeep; the hiking trail is open).
07-04-2012 11:42 PM
pluke the 2 Wildomar OHV is off of the 74 Ortega Hwy. In Riverside County.
07-04-2012 10:12 PM
BeantownR6 where is this?
07-04-2012 09:37 PM
pluke the 2 The pictures don't really do justice. At all. This trail is almost to steep to walk up.







07-04-2012 09:24 PM
pluke the 2
Wildomar OHV,Bloody Jersey Trail

Anyone been through it? I tried once with 37s 4" and front and rear lockers. Wasn't aired down because we were on our way to go hiking...

I don't think I've ever seen a trail rating like this either. Parts of this trail is very steep which was the reason why I was forced to back off.

I heard the trail got its name from some cocky east coasters who ended rolling down the face of the.whole trail leading to fatalities.

Wildomar OHV area -

Went by there today to go hiking and saw that someone decided to leave their rig up there because it was totalled upon flipping over numerous times.





A few gnarly ledges, biggest one was probably a good 3 feet high. Which isn't really a huge.deal but this trail is at such an incline.





A few boulders in the way


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