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Are there any 4X4 clubs in Phoenix? I am kind of new to the area, in process of building a Jeep, and am looking for some guys to wheel with.

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I'm in a group, but its not nearly as big as Virtual Jeep Club, for better or worse. I happen to like the smaller group size, and multiple VJC members run with us as well. If you are interested in hitting any trails with us, just let me know!
 

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I'll wheel with you.

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I'm in a group, but its not nearly as big as Virtual Jeep Club, for better or worse. I happen to like the smaller group size, and multiple VJC members run with us as well. If you are interested in hitting any trails with us, just let me know!
Thanks guys. At this point, my current jeep is still basically stock. (The Jeep in my sig is my old one) The plan is to build it so I can hit all the good trails. I am glad there are people actually wheeling up here. I moved from Tucson, and there were tons of guys down there. How often do you guys go out?
 

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My group makes multiple runs a week, so not everyone goes on each run, but we usually all have the opportunity to hit at least 1 trail a week. Is it a stock sport or a stock Rubicon? We are pretty good at spotting, and a stocker can still tackle a lot of trails and some decent obstacles with the right driver and a good spotter or 2.
 

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My group makes multiple runs a week, so not everyone goes on each run, but we usually all have the opportunity to hit at least 1 trail a week. Is it a stock sport or a stock Rubicon? We are pretty good at spotting, and a stocker can still tackle a lot of trails and some decent obstacles with the right driver and a good spotter or 2.
It is a Rubi. Where do you guys like to go?
 

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Pretty much any and every trail. Trails as easy as the ones in Sedona and as hard as Smiley Rock (the creek crawling way), Upper/Lower Terminator and Turkey Creek.
 
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