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Old 01-26-2009, 05:25 PM
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Wheelin Pics...Share Your Experience

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Just wanna see some of your wheelin picks around the state of Az. If you can state where it was and some of the specs of your ride....thought that I would try and get some movement in this forum.
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ok I just spent about an hour going through pics and I found a lot of pics we got to wheelin but none of wheelin
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my truck in mexico, but the desert looks like AZ.
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I have some wheeling pics from Sedona here (when I lived in AZ) in my gallery.

Also have some random wheeling pics here.

I miss wheeling in AZ!
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Oh please tell me where to go in Sedona. The Bronco needs a lil TLC, but I want to take it up there and find a few somewhat tame places to go.

I don't know if I have any good pics. I'll have to do some digging.
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sweet guys....keep em coming!

oh ya and that bug KLWdesigns is freakin sweet and the superduty looks like it is some fun too!
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Oh please tell me where to go in Sedona. The Bronco needs a lil TLC, but I want to take it up there and find a few somewhat tame places to go.
Check out the Broken Arrow trail in Sedona (that's where my pics are from). It's a tight squeeze (I damaged my passenger side wedging between the 2 trees, you'll know which ones I'm talking about if you run the trail), otherwise it was a blast. You'll probably run into the pink jeep tour jeeps on the trail, they're in and out of there constantly.

I was running 37" tires with a LS rear diff and open front diff and made it through.
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my truck in mexico, but the desert looks like AZ.






THAT looks like Fun!

No pic's from me.... best i can tell ya is, I took my 63 Belair wagon over the top of 2 Oclock, (overlook in oracle AZ) young drunk high and stupid, not in that order. lol
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It's been several year since I've been there, and not sure with the problems at the border if I would do this right now, but if things improve this is a nice drive: Arizona 4x4 Adventure - The Ghost Trail - 4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility Magazine

They have called that first section the the Patagonia Jeep trail. It has a small section of mild 4x4. The rest is just dirt road but is a nice drive. We saw a group of folks off the road a peice and was told not to stop if we saw folks on foot. After Patagonia it went down to the old Lochiel border crossing. Nothing you need to worry about damaging a true 4x4 on. But if you have a new AWD low ridding SUV with stuff hanging down you could beat it up a bit. Nice country.

That has been my only wheeling in Arizona.
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hmmm looks like a good trail....might be something to do in the spring.
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I dont have any wheelin pics from Az.

this one was in NH, an abandodned farm about 3 miles from my home in Portsmouth.

I think it is all housing there now....sad....

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Dang rememberer. There is the Arizona Strip. I've been there a few times. But it is a wild area and there is nothing out there. I'd like to get a new Ford Ranger PU and put an extra 20-30 gal. fuel tank in the bed and an extra spare tire and spend a week maping out there. The map attached is where the map software says the road is. I do not have tracks of where stuff really is and that's the reason I'd like to go back. Toto Wheep is a nice high clearence 2wd drive. Between Ft. Garrett and Mesquite there is a nasty little canyon. I'll post a few pics. There is a good road that goes up to St. George. There is a great campsite in the mountain pass SE of Mesquite. We were able to drive down to Ft. Garrett when we went but they have closed that road a few miles north of it since then.
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