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04-25-2013 06:22 PM
InfernoGirl You will have fun there. Yes some trails are tight, and with street tires you will be limited, but you'll have a blast!
04-10-2013 11:51 PM
Stuntmanmot
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Originally Posted by Jeepin4Dayz View Post
I have a JKU and it's stock except for it has 31" tires. I was wondering how much fun I could have at Interlake with it! I've only had the Jeep a couple of months so I haven't been off roading before.
Interlake is not very developed and a lot of the trails are fairly tight for a jku. I went there with mine 2 years ago. I had fun and my jeep was a stock rubicon but there were lots of places I didn't go and a couple of places I shouldn't have. It may have been cleared out a little more since I was there but I wouldn't count on it.
04-10-2013 10:10 PM
Jeepin4Dayz
Interlake with almost stock JK?

I have a JKU and it's stock except for it has 31" tires. I was wondering how much fun I could have at Interlake with it! I've only had the Jeep a couple of months so I haven't been off roading before.

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