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Old 07-21-2013, 03:55 AM
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what do you drive, where ya from?

Hey all my name is matt...i drive a 98 f-150 with a 6 inch lift with bfg 35's. I have had my truck since I was 18. I live in tooele, and love the mountains up here.
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Old 07-22-2013, 02:55 PM
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Hey Matt. Welcome!! Im T.J.

Im in Riverton and drive my 78 (as registered) Highboy. Have you been up and over the road that goes from Tooele to Herriman? I went up a couple times last year from this side to check it out. Very cool. Looks like some nice hikes up there too. Great views of the Mine from up there to from what Ive heard.
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Middle canyon is awesome! That's what i love about tooele is the mountains around here!
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What are you driving? I love the mountains too.
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I drive a lifted 98 f-150 in the process of doing the tune up just took a short break.
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Old 07-23-2013, 02:56 AM
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Awesome. Great year! I guess I should have reread your original post before asking. I had a 01 Expedition 4x4 that I loved and regret ever getting rid of. Hope to meet ya one day possibly at a gtg.
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For sure! It would be fun!
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Is there any good wheelin up Butterfield Canyon or Middle Canyon that you know of? I have done very little 4 wheelin in my truck but would like to do more sometime.
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My name is Trevor, I live in Taylorsville and drive a 07 F-150 with a 6" lift. I came from a 99 chevy blazer ZR2 and so far am digging this F-150.
I have only taken her off road at the old construction sites up on state highway 111. But plan on going to middle canyon, Bountiful B and 5 mile pass.
Any other good off road areas?
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My name is Trevor, I live in Taylorsville and drive a 07 F-150 with a 6" lift. I came from a 99 chevy blazer ZR2 and so far am digging this F-150.
I have only taken her off road at the old construction sites up on state highway 111. But plan on going to middle canyon, Bountiful B and 5 mile pass.
Any other good off road areas?
Welcome Trevor! Is the 5 mile pass also known as little Moab? A friend of mine mentioned this area to me recently.
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Welcome Trevor! Is the 5 mile pass also known as little Moab? A friend of mine mentioned this area to me recently.
No little moab is about 2 hours south in Santaquin, otherwise known as "the dunes".
5 mile pass is in American Fork canyon, east of Lehi. Its a blast! has some trails for running fast and some rock patches for crawling.
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Cool thanks...The one he mentioned was south on redwood rd past Saratoga springs I think and he mentioned mile marker 4. I may have heard it wrong too. I'll have to ask him about it again.
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I think your talking about down by Utah lake? Its way down redwood past eagle mountain and saratoga. You access it through the neighbor hood?
Not sure what that place is called but its a blast.
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I think your talking about down by Utah lake? Its way down redwood past eagle mountain and saratoga. You access it through the neighbor hood?
Not sure what that place is called but its a blast.
That might be the place. Id like to check it out sometime!
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