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Hello looking for some folks to do some trail riding, mud, etc. I am in the Greer/Wellford area. I know of a few places to ride. Looking for some more public and or private land to wheel on. IM me to get contact#'s.
This post has some folks that like mudding in it.....talking about over in Neeses??
`92 F150 Flareside - IRIS MET/Gray
5.0, AOD, 355 gears, dual glasspacks no cats, K&N drop in filter, MSD Blaster Coil, Cap and Rotor, Ford Racing 9mm wires - Blue
It's not pink......it's IRIS.
went up on some back trails on pinnacle mt. and near old hwy 25 the other nite. Actually had a t-storm up there and a little mud. Also found a few places to put the truck in 4 low. Out till 5am. Very fun.
Would there be any interest in a 4x4 school/coaching/learn-to-use-it type "school"? I am new to owning a 4x4 with NO, ZERO, NIL, NADA previous experience with it, but would like to become familiar with its use and capabilities.
I know the sports car crowd has teaching/orientation events for noobies, so why not 4x4s!? It could be either that 4x4ers are either considerably experienced by having been around it for years, or the type who want to profile and never intend to leave the pavement. Could an event be coordinated with minimal chance of damaging the equipment?
I'm near the Asheville airport, so Greer and Jocassee are close and familiar.
Instead of being tutored in off-roading, do like I did learning to ride dirt bikes. I hit every tree in Croft state park. Some more than once!
I'd go limping into work on Monday and the boss, a very proper Swiss would ask," been riding your dirt bike Mr. Brown?"
I had to call him one Sunday and explain that because somebody put a tree stump where my foot was supposed to be I wouldn't be able to go to GA the next week.
Didn't go over very well with him.
Gulches is fairly rough in places. Definatly need some good m/t tires down there. I know a good offroad/fireroad loop in the upstate that takes you to several places along with a scenic ride down hwy 11 and parts of NC. Mild to moderate trails(depending on rain). Best of all it is free and legal. (Also to Rightside) often going offroad or doing 4x4 activities will take its toll on your paint and undercarriage, if you really want to do some 4x4ing i will let you come with me on an easy trip and show you some tips and tricks but beprepared for some beauty marks on your truck esp. if it is a fullsize.;-)
Last edited by DesertStorm; 10-04-2007 at 06:40 PM.
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