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07-20-2013 02:27 PM
custer3_5 Ok I'll have to check them out next weekend. As long as I'm not doing anything else
07-17-2013 10:18 PM
Wrangler Wrassler Yes as in South Holston. I'd check with the forest service but, they do have some roads cut in places. I've never had anything said to me but, I haven't been up that way in a couple of years. Get on 421 headed towards Mountain City, TN. It's about 5 miles from Observation Knob.
07-17-2013 06:24 PM
custer3_5
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I'd try Forest Service roads around SoHo. They usually aren't too bad to get out on and get a feel for your rig.
SoHo. As in south holston? Where are they exactly? And can I get in trouble for being on them?
07-17-2013 12:56 PM
Wrangler Wrassler I'd try Forest Service roads around SoHo. They usually aren't too bad to get out on and get a feel for your rig.
07-14-2013 03:32 PM
custer3_5
Looking for some trails in southwest va

I just got my jeep on Tuesday and I would like to take it down some trails to try it out. It a 2004 se. The only thing that isn't stock are the tires 31 10.5
I live close to abingdon and would like to find some local trails that I could take my son and wife down. So nothing to serious. Thanks

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