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So I was wondering where people wheel around Youngstown Ohio ... I usually go to southington offroad park and wheel there,but if anyone else has any ideas and wanna go together let me know!
 

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I live in the Youngstown area also(just across the border in pa actually) need new tires before I off-road, but if u guys find somewhere let me know.
 

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I am new here. I just got my first Jeep Wrangler 99 2.0 5 speed. I got some great tires and stuck with 15" because the jeeps I drove with 4 cyl and big tires were dead. I am looking to just add a 2"-3" lift under the coil springs. Is this a good idea and will I have to do anything else or just the nylon spacers and shocks.
 

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Wellsville Oh is a good one. Some is very extreme just have to watch where you go. Look up on youtube lots of videos. There are pay ways to get on and free ways. I have a few places to check from looking on Google Earth and will post as I figure them out.
 

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Jeff I can't tell you anything about your lift kit, I haven't lifted my jeep yet, but there are a ton of posts on the forum, and several YouTube videos that go over how it's done. also go on quadratechs website and look at actual lift kits, some tell what is needed for different lifts.
 

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Went to Wellsville yesterday. Was very tricky with the mud over frozen ground. Cant wait until its warmer and go back to watch other people trash their rides.
 

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thanks dave, I go past there a lot and never knew about it.
This place is a great time! Lots of different elements and you don't necessarily need a built rig to traverse it. Just be careful in the woods if you're stock (good tires recommended). Had an absolute blast! There's some vids somewhere online, PM me if you want the link
 

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This place is a great time! Lots of different elements and you don't necessarily need a built rig to traverse it. Just be careful in the woods if you're stock (good tires recommended). Had an absolute blast! There's some vids somewhere online, PM me if you want the link
Where are u guys talking about.. Dave posted like 9 places.. Which one are you talking about?
 
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