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Old 10-20-2012, 05:24 PM
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Anyone want to go muddin today I have a 2002 f350 v10 lifted on 37 m16 swampers ? Or wheeling got a 89 choptop xj locked front and rear. somewhere Out towards graham area?!?!?

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Anyone want to go muddin today I have a 2002 f350 v10 lifted on 37 m16 swampers ? Or wheeling got a 89 choptop xj locked front and rear. somewhere Out towards graham area?!?!?

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Well to short of notice for me but I would should definately be up for some wheelin, I have a CJ-5 that's ready to hit the trails. It is a little old school but still trail worthy.
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Well to short of notice for me but I would should definately be up for some wheelin, I have a CJ-5 that's ready to hit the trails. It is a little old school but still trail worthy.
I'd join you guys but I don't have a rig. If you guys want to set up a date and location, I could probably get one of my friends to come along who has a built up 88 cherokee, and I'd ride with him. He tends to go to Walker Valley up north


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