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Thinking about Saturday.



Yes the little group that we have been going with, and of course whoever else.

Just think we could use a local group.
 

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No body missed much...riding around in the woods pretty much, I liken to driving out to a deer feeder. 2 wheel drive for 90% of it. Now I may have missed something some where. I did have my sway bar disconnected. I think it would be great for someone new to offload period, while I'm new to Jeeps I've road 4 wheelers all my life.

I Would recommend this for Fourwheelers! But boring in jeep. I did find a few spots on some brand new trails. That I did use 4 low.
1 that was coming out of a creek bed area and was nearly straight up. But 60% dirt.
 

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I think it's going to be a while before Tolar is half of what Bridgeport is. They will be cutting and building trails up for a long time.
 

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Ya if it last. They are way to expensive.

$30 driver. $5 per passenger.

So $40 to ride in a pasture with some woods and a few rocks.

If they would drop to about $20 a rig.
Meaning whatever fits on 1 trailer, and word got out of the price, plus they find better trails. It would ROCK!
 

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For a guy like me whos only "offroading" has been ranches and deer leases it was even a bit tame. Some of those rocks and hills were fun though. I think it will be better after some rain but Ive always liked playing in mud anyways. With my stock Jeep I wouldnt want to do anything real big anyways but once I build it up some Ill have to make the drive and check out Bridgeport.

Hey BlueTJ...howd it run after we left? Everything cool?
 

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Did not take it anywhere this weekend. Really itching to get it dirty though. Will b a couple weeks now before I can head out. I'll reach back out when ready though.
 

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GunToter said:
For a guy like me whos only "offroading" has been ranches and deer leases it was even a bit tame. Some of those rocks and hills were fun though. I think it will be better after some rain but Ive always liked playing in mud anyways. With my stock Jeep I wouldnt want to do anything real big anyways but once I build it up some Ill have to make the drive and check out Bridgeport.

Hey BlueTJ...howd it run after we left? Everything cool?
You can run Bridgeport stock. Just don't hit anything higher than a two diamond.
 

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That's what I've heard, it's just a little too far for me to drive and only be able to do 1s and 2s. If I make that drive I wanna play on the biger stuff.
 
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