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#1 TheSubaruJunkie



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Posted 05 April 2009 - 05:59 PM

So a jeepin buddy of mine called me up and wanted to buy these spare jeep rims i had laying around. Then he tells me he needs them cause he has been invited on a wheelin trip with some guys he's never met. Of course I was invited, and I couldn't refuse.

it was a pretty laid back trip. A bone stock wrangler came along, and a stock F150 as well... so I knew ahead of time it wouldn't get too extreme.

We mainly stuck to forest service roads and some power line trails. It was a good time, great weather and scenery. A few pix of course:

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Still waiting for snow to melt on the real trails.

A few more pictures that I didnt post can be found here:

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