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Old 04-16-2013, 05:51 PM   #2041
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Thanks joneill03! So guys I'm new, I live in Burke, I've been going to clifton for mudding since I've gotten my truck, but i got charged last week for trespassing and now i have a court date. Please tell me where i can go mudding or off-roading if ya'll know of any spots where i wont get in trouble, don't care if its even an hour away. I NEED A PLACE TO RIDE!
Your prob best heading out the gwnf. Mostly anything local will be private property
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Old 04-16-2013, 06:19 PM   #2042
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oh true

have u been there?? I looked into it a couple times, not sure how it is. If anyone has been there let me know if its worth the 3 hour drive!! THANKS!
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Thanks joneill03! So guys I'm new, I live in Burke, I've been going to clifton for mudding since I've gotten my truck, but i got charged last week for trespassing and now i have a court date. Please tell me where i can go mudding or off-roading if ya'll know of any spots where i wont get in trouble, don't care if its even an hour away. I NEED A PLACE TO RIDE!
Shoe creek down near Lynchburg or flagpole knob near harrisonburg
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Old 04-16-2013, 06:20 PM   #2044
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have u been there?? I looked into it a couple times, not sure how it is. If anyone has been there let me know if its worth the 3 hour drive!! THANKS!
There's a few threads about the flagpole and shoe trips. Tons of pics and videos. Look in southeast regional threads. On my phone or I would link for you
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Old 04-16-2013, 06:39 PM   #2045
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have u been there?? I looked into it a couple times, not sure how it is. If anyone has been there let me know if its worth the 3 hour drive!! THANKS!
Ive been to both. Imo shoecreek is a little more fun than gwnf. But ive also been to uwharrie in nc and neither compare to that place. Just depends on how far you want to push your truck. If your looking for mud I cant help you much. Im not a fan of hitting mud holes, used to though until I got introduced to climbing rocks.
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Old 04-16-2013, 08:46 PM   #2046
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i havent been to any public place, only on my grandparents 200 acre farm in pennsylvania have i ever been on any trails, so i have no idea what those places are like. Are they just long trails with mud and stuff? Idk about climbing rocks, i don't want to scuff up my truck. But then again, I've never been so maybe i would love it. Thanks for the input!
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Old 04-17-2013, 03:43 AM   #2047
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Shoe creek and flagpole are pretty stock friendly as far as mods to the truck. The main trails are fairly easy, with the harder stuff off to the sides which you can bypass.

As far as mud, there are a few creeks that i remember crossing at both places, but not a lot of mud. Mostly its just trails and obstacles. I guess if you go after a good rain there might be some muddy spots off the main trails but I think that kind of stuff is pretty discouraged since they are public trails and people don't want to see them get messed up.

Unfortunately where we live there isn't much for off road action that is LE friendly. I wish there was
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Old 04-22-2013, 05:15 AM   #2049
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How much do you want for them? People will want to know.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:02 AM   #2050
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yea dude i am interested...how much are you asking? tej 571 332 0436
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:48 AM   #2052
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I have 4. Sorry about that. I was

Also, went to High Tech in chantilly on Friday and got some Toytec 1" shackles put on, great service. But now that I have the true 3" lift man I need bigger tires and new gears . Anyway, great service there: free popcorn and drinks, watching Star Wars and sittin back to an off road magazine.... Pretty enticing.
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:44 PM   #2053
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Old 04-24-2013, 07:16 AM   #2055
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:21 AM   #2056
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Would any of you guys possibly be interested in my toolbox? Line-Xed Kobalt Compact Low Profile. The only issue is that the passenger side corner of the door gets stuck because of the Line-X, which means you just have to unlock on the driver side, then walk over to the passenger side to pull the lid up. It can be fixed by just sanding down the Line-X if you wanted. No other issues, I just may be getting a tonneau here soon and wanted to see the interest.

Would be looking for about $150.



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Would any of you guys possibly be interested in my toolbox? Line-Xed Kobalt Compact Low Profile. The only issue is that the passenger side corner of the door gets stuck because of the Line-X, which means you just have to unlock on the driver side, then walk over to the passenger side to pull the lid up. It can be fixed by just sanding down the Line-X if you wanted. No other issues, I just may be getting a tonneau here soon and wanted to see the interest.

Would be looking for about $150.



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Matt you selling already? Hell it cost you more than that just to get the line-x done didn't it? I wondered why you were asking about my tonneau lol.
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Matt you selling already? Hell it cost you more than that just to get the line-x done didn't it? I wondered why you were asking about my tonneau lol.
It was only $75 for the Line-X so I'm into the toolbox about $225. I am going to be working a decent amount over the next couple weeks so I will have enough (once/if I sell the toolbox) to get the cover and a couple other small things like a bed mat (possibly a carpet-type mat like my brother has) and a Hi-Lift mount.

A guy in Baltimore is selling a cover (I think it might actually be the same one you have) for only $230 in perfect shape. I just think a cover with a carpet mat and mounting my Hi-Lift and two small toolboxes/bags in the bed is a better use for me.

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Thats a pretty good deal if it isnt in bad shape. Best deal to find them new is truckalterations: http://www.truckalterations.com/html/toyotanation.html from my research when I bought mine a couple years ago. I was contemplating selling mine if I get an in-bed tire carrier but I really don't want to lose the bed space. I'd love a swing out high clearance rear bumper but 1) I'm scared of cutting the bedsides, and 2) I'm broke
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