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Old 04-14-2009, 09:10 PM   #2
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We've been up there a few times and that place is awesome.
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Looks like fun...

Nice pics...
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Great pics! I'm going to try and get down there in the next few weeks. My truck is all stock, but if the GMC can make it I'm sure I'll have no problems.
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Oh yea he made it! Way better than I expected. His plastic skid plate looks pretty rough, however our tacomas are pretty damn high stock.

I recommend starting with Snake trail, I honestly had a lot of fun on that run it is a 1 but a great warm up.
Will do! It looks like a lot of fun.
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The videos are great too! I can't wait to get down there!
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Can a stock prerunner hit this park and still have a fun day?

Novice offroader here....not really into the mudding thing, just tooling around the woods and enjoying being outside.
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I would have to say no, but it could be done if you had a locker and experience. I am not experienced with trails involving rocks. This was fun as hell. If you went with a group I would say definately try it. A group of 3 would be perfect 2 4wd and a prerunner, hit some trails see what you think and go from there worse case scenario is you get pulled and park your truck. Ride, spot and take pics for the others. There are a few members that live in ark that you could contact. Check this thread The Natural State
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thanks...just looking for places to trail ride and not tear the crap out of the truck in the process. Forestry roads or two lane tracks will do for now.
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I see this thread has some dust on it, but was looking to go down to the lift park sometime soon. I recently got a 06 dbl cab 4x4 SR5, it's all pretty stock just with some bigger all terrains on it, that only have about 10,000 left on them. My main concern is that it my tacoma has chrome side rails, you think those may get scratched on the easy trails? Thanks!
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I think you would be fine if you pick your lines. We received no damage to our vehicles on either of our trips. However the terrain changes with the weather, the rains tend to wash out large cuts. From the first year we went to the second year the terrain had changed drastically on some of the trails. There's always a chance of body damage you just have to learn to accept that. But if you take your time and think about your moves you should be okay.
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