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08-15-2013 08:07 PM
AverageJK
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Get the Guide to AZ Backroads and 4 Wheel Drive Trails. There's easy trails in there too.
Yea, that book is great!
08-15-2013 03:16 PM
ThWrangler Thanks Matt
08-14-2013 06:29 PM
Matt13 Get the Guide to AZ Backroads and 4 Wheel Drive Trails. There's easy trails in there too.
08-10-2013 07:18 PM
ThWrangler Thanks Johnny. I will check this out.
08-06-2013 12:44 AM
johnny102393
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Thanks, any other suggestions for a non lifted Jeep? I was looking at some forest roads like 143 Four Peaks and the Apache Trail. I know these may not be challenging for some of you but looks like they may be what I am looking
Hey here's a great site to go to What to do in Az - Experience AZ 4WD Adventures i did Gardner canyon for my first run out here and it was a great scenic trip i wouldn't suggest doing any wheeling on your own you never know what can happen, Just post pictures and as you build confidence in your ability's you will want to try harder trails most trails that have 2 jeeps (on the link) and down can be done mostly in 2WD without a problem for a stock jeep with decent tires.
08-02-2013 06:13 PM
clull05rubi IIf you want graded dirt roads u got em
08-01-2013 11:28 PM
ThWrangler Thanks, any other suggestions for a non lifted Jeep? I was looking at some forest roads like 143 Four Peaks and the Apache Trail. I know these may not be challenging for some of you but looks like they may be what I am looking
08-01-2013 09:29 PM
clull05rubi ive ran all those trails with stock jeeps more then once but youre pretty much pushing the limit with box canyon and coke ovens.
08-01-2013 08:27 PM
ThWrangler
Not Looking For Challenges

Hello all. Joined the forum a few weeks ago. Just got back into a Wrangler, a 2003 Sahara with 37,000 miles, all original, no mods. Owned a YJ for 13 years and loved it. I really missed my YJ and had to have another Wrangler. Looking for some trails around Casa Grande and not looking for challenges, just nice scenic rides for my wife and I. Been to Box Canyon, Crown King, Coke Ovens, and Montana Mountain in a friend's Razor. Wondering how a stock Jeep would do on those trails. What do you all think, any suggestions for a nice ride? On another note my wife is a Jeep retiree. We are from Toledo, Ohio home of the Jeep Wrangler. She worked for Jeep for 30 years and was probably there when your Wrangler was coming off the line!

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