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POLL: You like what kind of off roading?

View Poll Results: What type of off roading do you enjoy?
Mudding 452 28.97%
Rock Climbs 231 14.81%
Steep Hill Climbs 254 16.28%
Jumping 77 4.94%
Trail Riding/Exploring 1,114 71.41%
Deep Snow 314 20.13%
Desert Roads 387 24.81%
Beach Sand 234 15.00%
Sand Dunes 174 11.15%
Arroyos (Dry Washes) 197 12.63%
Forest Roads 794 50.90%
Fast/ Off Road Racing 255 16.35%
Slow/ Crawling 308 19.74%
4WD Required 673 43.14%
Lockers or A-CRAP Required 228 14.62%
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Old 07-10-2013, 01:52 PM   #202
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trail riding/ exploring is my all time favorite!

I grew up near a creek and had 4 wheelers and go carts. So as a kid thats how we spent each night and day, wheeling in the creek and following it for miles, setting up camp and pretending to be campers out in the wilderness. Now that im 29 I still find it exciting and fun, going down roads and trails that arent visited to often, and just exploring areas that most people cant see
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Old 07-22-2013, 06:57 PM   #203
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Old 07-23-2013, 07:59 PM   #204
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The kind we don't have in my area ... Desert high speed ..
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Old 07-23-2013, 08:00 PM   #205
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Am I the only wuss when it comes to shelf roads? I mean, I'm in Colorado...

I white-knuckle the steering wheel if there's a steep cliff on either side of me. Therefore, I prefer low-land muddin'.
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Old 07-23-2013, 08:06 PM   #206
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Am I the only wuss when it comes to shelf roads? I mean, I'm in Colorado...

I white-knuckle the steering wheel if there's a steep cliff on either side of me. Therefore, I prefer low-land muddin'.
I can't wait to take a trip to Colorado again for y'all's trails I had a blast last time I went but was in a rental jeep and we thrashed it over 2 weeks... 3 tires later trashed step bars and beat up fenders lol was tons of fun till we got the bill for the repairs
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I can't wait to take a trip to Colorado again for y'all's trails I had a blast last time I went but was in a rental jeep and we thrashed it over 2 weeks... 3 tires later trashed step bars and beat up fenders lol was tons of fun till we got the bill for the repairs
LOL..nice

It' s a beautiful state...we've been here 4 years, and we're still finding jewels.
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:13 PM   #208
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LOL..nice

It' s a beautiful state...we've been here 4 years, and we're still finding jewels.
We stayed in montros sp? And went to telluride silverton and a few other places by far the best was imajene pass I'm sure I'm spelling it sting but that while day was amazing old cars scattered all over the bottom of cliffs and hills old mining equipment and everything it was just cool as hell
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Old 08-08-2013, 10:39 PM   #210
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Sand is the best in my opinion and my favorite four wheeling. It can be challenging because there are so many different types of sand... beach (Pacific or Gulf in my case), desert, dunes, arroyos (washes)... The humidity affects drivability on it as well. What is great is that if you do get stuck, it is clean... just dig out and let more air out of the tires and drive out!







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Driving 20 into a shallow puddle so my spray and truck look hella sick on interwebz pictures.
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Old 08-11-2013, 11:27 PM   #212
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i did not find mine on the list, hill country highways. I don't like to get my truck dirty
I am with this guy. I bought mine to pull a camper, and help me get around these poorly treated roads when it snows.
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I am with this guy. I bought mine to pull a camper, and help me get around these poorly treated roads when it snows.


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Old 09-02-2013, 07:53 PM   #214
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Trail Riding
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Old 09-16-2013, 05:41 AM   #215
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trails/exploring for me, just not many places in MD to do this, (still searching though). want to add trip to CO to bucket list but looks like an ark is more appropriate than a 4x4 right now. agree on backyard for a choice, all i can do for now is pose.
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Trail riding and exploring are my favorite, although I do enjoy watching rock climbs and mudding. Nothing more relaxing and stress-free then taking the trail home! Good thing we have lots of trails in the U.P.

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Well....before I bought my TRD SPORT I liked every Kind of wheeling....now after breaking her in on a steep muddy trail, and realizing only the OFF-ROAD TRD has a locker and me getting almost stuck I feel lost...

Never been stopped going up a hill before in a Tacoma...wishing that I did my research and got a TRD O/R edition =(
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My offroading is associated with bowhunting, so basically I'm driving through dirt, mud, or deep snow to get back into my hunting area. It does require 4-wheel drive for most of the area I'm talking about.
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I'm driving a prerunner here, and yes it has gotten me through a LOT, more than most people would believe, however now that I've grown out of destroying my daily driver and with over 100k miles on it. I prefer to run through nice desert roads, sandy beaches, and some slow crawling... No more killing my truck over jumps and high speed racing anymore




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I used to be all about the mud. But anymore I'll take a rock over mud any day
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