||07-05-2013 11:46 AM
Yep been there once aready when my JK had less then 1k miles on it and going back this weekend for round 2. The place is awesome and well marked. If you have a rubi you can run all the begginer trails and most blues with no problem and if your good I was told a rubi will handle the blacks too. I would probably want something bigger then the 32's to do them but that was what I was told. Some of them you may need a bit more expreriance before you wanna go on them. As for the 101 class. Its expensive to take but less expensive then if you break something due to no experiance off roading. I have owned jeeps for half my life and was thinking about taking it bc I figured if Kyle could teach me one thing that stops me from breaking something or worse rolling over then it is well worth it. In the end I decided not to. My advice for you is to go on ruach's web site and post that your looking for ppl to wheel the green and maybe some blue trais and I'm sure you'll find some ppl to join you. I'm heading up this weekend after I'm outta work hopefully.
If you want, PM me and we can possible set something up to go next weekend. One thing tho and dont take this the wrong way, you purchased a rubi which is the most off road capable vehicals in the world, dont be affraid to scratch her. I had less the 1000 miles on my baby and already dented the front bumper at rausch not to mention all the branches I've drivin through. Your going to rub here and there and hit those beautiful skid plates from time to time but trust me your rubi and you and the wifey will love every second of it. You alrady spent the money for the lockers and edisco so you may as well try them out :punk: