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Old 07-20-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Anyone Wheeled Pauley Creek Before?

About 30mins up Hwy 49 from Downieville. I've always ridden down this one on my mountain bike and have seen some offroad vehicles driving it.

Anyone done it on their DC Tacomas? This is a trail I want to hit.
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About 30mins up Hwy 49 from Downieville. I've always ridden down this one on my mountain bike and have seen some offroad vehicles driving it.

Anyone done it on their DC Tacomas? This is a trail I want to hit.
Its in my book its a pretty easy trail a stock 4x4 should have no problems running it.
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oh, you've done this one. by the looks of the trails you boys have done this summer, yeah this trail is cake walk. there are a couple of rock drops though right around a turn. so i could see with the wheels are near full lock it could present some challenges, maybe hitting the body, undercarriage, or diffs
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