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Old 02-29-2016, 06:07 AM
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Hello peeps! I'm truly new to Jeep as I have had my Wrangler now for a whole 2 weeks. I've had a lot of fun in those two weeks though from cruising topless to running through the mud, and even already forging through water. My Wrangler is still basically all stock, but I hope to be changing that in the future.

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Old 02-29-2016, 06:32 AM
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swab, I'm in Tulsa. Where are some places to go off-roading around here? I went to Disney, OK this past weekend and had a blast but was hoping there may be something closer as well.
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Disney, Gruber, and below the dam at Keystone Lake are the go to legal places. I really want to go to Clayton and run at least a portion of the K trail but it's a weekend trip from the sounds of it.
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Disney, Gruber, and below the dam at Keystone Lake are the go to legal places. I really want to go to Clayton and run at least a portion of the K trail but it's a weekend trip from the sounds of it.
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It's changed a bunch. You should come down and check it out! There's a bunch of Jeepers down here.
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Welcome from Tulsa! You will want to check out the K Trail down in SE OK for sure if you like camping and beautiful areas. It's a great place to learn what your Jeep can do, and it can be done stock.

Also, western AR over in the Ozark National Forest is amazing. You'll think you're in the mountains. There are 1000's of miles of trail and 100's of camping spots by rivers over there and it's all an easy 3 hour drive east of us.
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It's changed a bunch. You should come down and check it out! There's a bunch of Jeepers down here.
I keep telling myself that I am going to check out the ole stomping grounds, just haven't done it yet, lol.
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Welcome from Tulsa! You will want to check out the K Trail down in SE OK for sure if you like camping and beautiful areas. It's a great place to learn what your Jeep can do, and it can be done stock.

Also, western AR over in the Ozark National Forest is amazing. You'll think you're in the mountains. There are 1000's of miles of trail and 100's of camping spots by rivers over there and it's all an easy 3 hour drive east of us.
Thanks for the info okstatejk. I will definitely need to check out the Ozark National Forest as that sounds great.
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Welcome from Tulsa! You will want to check out the K Trail down in SE OK for sure if you like camping and beautiful areas. It's a great place to learn what your Jeep can do, and it can be done stock. Also, western AR over in the Ozark National Forest is amazing. You'll think you're in the mountains. There are 1000's of miles of trail and 100's of camping spots by rivers over there and it's all an easy 3 hour drive east of us.
This sounds like fun! I'm gonna have to get some more info on it. Welcome from Glenpool by the way!
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This sounds like fun! I'm gonna have to get some more info on it. Welcome from Glenpool by the way!
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