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12-12-2012 06:24 PM
JRIEDY85
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Originally Posted by ntemerario View Post
You should cut a trail for jeepers. Im sure there would be volunteers to help

Lol thanks for volunteering me, Nick.
12-12-2012 08:35 AM
brs256
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Originally Posted by cocky grin View Post
Haha i Actually am interested in a snorkel the only problem is I ordered the rugged ridge snorkel 2 days ago

bummer lol .. if you know of anyone else with a jk let me know please.
12-12-2012 08:32 AM
cocky grin
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Originally Posted by brs256

hey sorry to go of topic but you wouldnt be interested in a snorkel for your jk would you ???

i was originally going to buy a jk but decided on a tj instead so i have a brandnew snorkel sitting at my wifes house collecting dust. ( i jumped the gun a bit on the purchase )

it is a knock off version of the AEV snorkel .. absolutely identical but instead of saying AEV on the side it say "WRANGLER JK"
Haha i Actually am interested in a snorkel the only problem is I ordered the rugged ridge snorkel 2 days ago
12-12-2012 08:14 AM
brs256
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Originally Posted by cocky grin View Post
Your uncle had a good choice in bumper and body color :P but ill for sure take part in these trails just lemme know when this is happening!
-Joey
hey sorry to go of topic but you wouldnt be interested in a snorkel for your jk would you ???


i was originally going to buy a jk but decided on a tj instead so i have a brandnew snorkel sitting at my wifes house collecting dust. ( i jumped the gun a bit on the purchase )

it is a knock off version of the AEV snorkel .. absolutely identical but instead of saying AEV on the side it say "WRANGLER JK"
12-12-2012 08:08 AM
brs256
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Originally Posted by cocky grin View Post
Your uncle had a good choice in bumper and body color :P but ill for sure take part in these trails just lemme know when this is happening!
-Joey

yeah lol .. yup i will definitely try to remember ... should be happenig mid-late march
12-12-2012 07:31 AM
cocky grin
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Originally Posted by brs256
uncle daves 07 jeep wranger rubicon 33" - YouTube

heres a vid of my uncles jku rubicon the second trail i metioned....before his 35's

both of these places are pretty good for testing new mods and flex after/before a new upgrade
Your uncle had a good choice in bumper and body color :P but ill for sure take part in these trails just lemme know when this is happening!
-Joey
12-12-2012 06:35 AM
brs256
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Originally Posted by Rpkittle View Post
Wow thanks for the update. I'll have to take you up on that offer in march, real close to my place.

for sure ... i know of one more place as well in Lorain .. its good for about an hour or so of wheeling .... i used to hit it on the way home from highschool in my explorer.


send me a pm the first week of march and ill try to contact you when im back in ohio
12-12-2012 06:14 AM
brs256 uncle daves 07 jeep wranger rubicon 33" - YouTube


heres a vid of my uncles jku rubicon the second trail i metioned....before his 35's



both of these places are pretty good for testing new mods and flex after/before a new upgrade
12-12-2012 06:08 AM
brs256 The one trail is about two miles long .. its pretty much a straight shot ... depending on the time of year there can be deep mud ...im linking a vid to an average late spring/early summer day with my uncles 2007 jku rubi

it is/was a railroad access/maintinance road ... it overlooks a 4 track set of rails...no rail company truck would be able to make it through the trail 80% of the year (stock height f350 rail riders --- HEAVY and low ... they would just sink ... i dont believe the rail company uses this trail at all any more.




the other trail has a couple of large mud holes and the rest is tight trails (mainly used by quads) ... but there is enough room for a swb jeep on MOST of them



you prbly wouldnt wanna spend a whole day here .. but its definitly good for a 3-4 hour period
12-11-2012 03:25 PM
cocky grin
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Originally Posted by cocky grin

2x thank you!
So what are those trails like??
12-11-2012 03:24 PM
cocky grin
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Originally Posted by Rpkittle
Wow thanks for the update. I'll have to take you up on that offer in march, real close to my place.
2x thank you!
12-11-2012 03:15 PM
Rpkittle Wow thanks for the update. I'll have to take you up on that offer in march, real close to my place.
12-09-2012 12:45 PM
brs256 hey guys sorry to revive a dead thread but, on the Vermillion/Lorain area there is a piece of land we used to wheel on... its off of the bauhmhart road exit of route 2 .... i DO NOT KNOW if it is legal or not ... story is as follows, "some lady owns the land, from out of state... she allows wheeling as long as no dumping occurs" ... the property runs along the railroad .... they MIGHT have ownership now.

the trails are very tight (mostly 4wheeler traffic) and there is lots of brush ... you will get scatched if you go all the way back

there are 3 huge mud pits at the very beginning of the trail if youre into that sort of thing


all i know is i have been down their numerous times with absolutely no trouble from the law and pickups with trailers for there quads typically park in a very open area that is visible from the road (if its illegal to wheel and the cops can see you wouldnt they stop you?)





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i have one time been followed by CSX (the railroad company) ... this was because i took my explorer up next to the tracks and road down them a bit. they followed me down route 2 about 2 exits and then got off.




I dont believe there wuldve been any problem had i not been so close to the tracks



There is also a trail that begins at the end of "High bridge road"


i am almost certain this property is owned by the rail road but numerous trains have seen me and i have never been bothered while on this trail

approach high bridge road from liberty avenue ... make a left when you get to the dead end ... the trail is a "two track" ... in the dead of summer 2 wheel drive vehicles can easily make it through .... in the spring however 4 wheel drive is NEEDED ... in the winter time it is a toss up ... my uncles 2007 jku rubi. got stuck and had to winch (hes heavy and broke through a frozen water/mud hole) .... but that same day my 2.3liter ford ranger 2wd 5spd made it thorugh no problem (throttle was used)


if it would make you feel better CSX could possibly called and asked about the land that may be theirs or at least borders there lands


STAY AWAY FROM THE TRACKS .... TAMPERING WITH RAILWAYS IS PUNISHABLE BY FEDERAL LAW .... no reason to get close to them anyways








if anyone needs more info or has questions....please PM me and i will try to answer as soon as possible .... i am originally from Lorain but right now i am deployed to Afghanistan ... i'd be happy to give a tour of the trails when im home on leave in March

sorry for my poor punctuation and spelling ... im tired lol
09-14-2012 11:55 AM
Rpkittle Good point, I wouldn't mind paying a fee either. Just saying
09-14-2012 07:46 AM
btomcik I live in Summit County right by Brecksville, and my folks live in Lorain County so I'm often visiting them. I'd love a place to offroad out there. I'll help too - I have a chain saw and if we get enough volunteers with Jeeps and chain saws, we can cut down the trees and people can tow them out to a pile. If you have it cleared, I'd pay a fee to offroad there.
09-11-2012 06:25 PM
Rpkittle Haha you could sign me up, I would definitely volunteer to making a trail
08-29-2012 07:33 AM
ilkyspony That's a good idea right there. Go ahead and cut the trail and let me know when you're done
08-28-2012 04:58 PM
ntemerario
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Originally Posted by JRIEDY85
I have the same problem. I live in Lorain county and don't have any places to off-road. I do own 100 acres of woods but unfortunately its all woods and you would have to cut a trail in it to get through.
You should cut a trail for jeepers. Im sure there would be volunteers to help
08-27-2012 03:17 PM
JRIEDY85 I have the same problem. I live in Lorain county and don't have any places to off-road. I do own 100 acres of woods but unfortunately its all woods and you would have to cut a trail in it to get through.
08-06-2012 08:28 AM
ilkyspony I know it's probably too late but I don't think there are any public places to wheel around here. Most places are privately owned so you would have to be "in the know" to get to them. Did you end up finding anywhere?
07-22-2012 12:22 PM
cocky grin
where to go off road near sandusky oh

My dad and I r spending the week on our boat in sandusky bay and wanna go wheeling some time. Anyone know of some legal places to go around here?

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