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I was out this afternoon with the '86. Went south of Mandan to check out a trail along the river (one of two half-decent ones around here) and found that it was fenced off. Just great. So it was a very disappointing afternoon. Are there any good trails in this state? I can't seem to find any.
-Justin, Owner of a 1995 Ford F-150 XLT, 4x4, 5.8L EFI351, E4OD trans, ext. cab, short box.
26th street going out of bis. is fun after it rains (minimum maintenance road). Also by the gun club out on 83 is a fun one after it rains. Used to be a big open lot out by puklichs but now they're developing that area. Me and a couple of buddies tore it up a couple of years ago after they graded it for the winter and it melted in the spring. You could always go down to the desert and rip around on the MX course or sandbar, or out by Sibley park, it goes to a min. maint. road which leads out to a sandbar that's a lot of fun to rip up.
1993 Eddie Bauer Bronco-306, E4OD, comp cam, longtube headers, no cats, true duals, throttle body spacer, K&N filter, hypertech chip, hypertech coil.
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