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Anderson / Boundary Truck Trail Night Video

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by Gregero, Jun 26, 2011.

  1. Jun 26, 2011 at 8:55 AM

    Gregero [OP] TRD: Trail Ready Development

    Apr 18, 2010
    First Name:
    El Cajon, CA
    Blue '06 Prerunner TRD Sport
    LED Spyder Tail Lights, Debadged Tailgate, TOYOTA logo on Tailgate, Uniden Radio w/ 4' Ant., Removed Sway-Bar, Rear 5125s, 8" King Offroad Shocks, Debadged Doors, 1.25" Rear AllPro Wheel Spacers, 33x12.50R17 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZs, AllPro Skid Plate, New Car Smell Air Freshener, OMD Ford&Chevy Leaf Pack, Glassworks Front Fenders, Engage LT UCAs and LCAs, Engage HD Tie Rod Ends, Kar-Tek Limit Straps, Camber Eliminator Kit, Removed Rear Flares, Blue LED Dome and Map lights, LED License plate lights, Black TRD Sport Rims, MBRP Catback Exhaust, 20W PA Speaker, 2 Meter Radio, AFE Stage2 CAI, Demello-like Bed Bar, Harbor Freight Dust Lights, Blacked-out Hood Scoop, Custom Pre-Runner Bumper
    Couple friends and I went for a local run to Alpine, CA's Anderson/ Boundary Truck Trail to keep the trail close to home and save on gas this weekend. Some of these backyard trails are pretty bad ass.

    Sorry we couldn't get video of the daylight. We were driving against the sun and it really made the terrain and the trucks dark. My head lights helped us record when it got dark out (I could really use a roof rack with some lights.)


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