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Favorite type of offroad?

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by bhtyler10, Jan 28, 2009.

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Favorite type of offroading

  1. Mudding/Bogging

    341 vote(s)
    34.5%
  2. Rock Climbing

    224 vote(s)
    22.7%
  3. Hill Climbing

    333 vote(s)
    33.7%
  4. Jumping

    87 vote(s)
    8.8%
  5. All the above

    190 vote(s)
    19.3%
  6. I don't offroad

    95 vote(s)
    9.6%
  1. tigerfan00

    tigerfan00 BECAUSE INTERNETS!! Staff Member

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    major offcamber scares me...right now...because i have to drive my truck home

    once its paid off and such...i wont worry so much
     
  2. SiRMarlon

    SiRMarlon The Photo Ninja!

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    Hahahah...come on!! It's fun as hell!!
     
  3. derekabraham

    derekabraham Living vicariously through everybody

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    As long as I'm riding shotgun, your brother or Monkey can take me. :p
     
  4. SiRMarlon

    SiRMarlon The Photo Ninja!

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    lol...:D Don't be scared!
     
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    derekabraham Living vicariously through everybody

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    I won't be...as long as I'm not driving. :D
     
  6. TacoNut

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    I don't like Rockcrawling....
    Mudding is ok but not something i'd really get in to...
    Trail riding sound just about right :D
     
  7. djs05tacoma

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    Definately love the mixed terrain of trail riding, rocks are ok in short spurts but no way I'd do any real rockcrawling in the yota.
     
  8. petersharp

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    Clean up...there was a reason why we'd make this trail the last one of the day :p In England it's illegal to wash your car in a water crossing on a right of way. 'Yes but officer, I didn't want the mud to fall off, it just fell off on it's own accord'.

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    Mud would fall off pretty well, but clay - :mad: - nothing would shift that stuff. Funny how the drains were always blocked near my house ;)
     
  9. SilverSeven

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    trail riding
     
  10. gonzo6up

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    I like a good trail that has all of the above involved in it, few rocks and obstacles, some minor mud , and some off camber hills. I just like to crawl around in 4lo and sight see deep in the woods and across creeks.
     
  11. Brunes

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    Trail riding leading to small rock or hill obstacles gets me going. My truck is too new and too stock to get crazy with.
     
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    Since my favorite isn't listed, (4wheeling) I'll put it up. It's 4wheeling in low range with my wife & dog and cooler in back, sight seeing and trying to overcome most obstacles to come my way....and having 0 breakage and making it back safely. Having cast iron 1 ton drivetrain does help with this too. :thumbsup: Tread Lightly.
     
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    I forgot my favorite type!!!

    SWIMMING!!!!!!!!!
     
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    wheres sand duning!?!
     
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    now thats my kinda trail...not too tough on your truck nothing to dent or scratch anything but still a blast to wheel-on
     
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    I suppose it's trail riding, but I like rallying.

    Dirt and mud roads at 80km/h with all 4 wheels sliding is wicked great fun.
     
  17. 07tacoark

    07tacoark ridin dirty

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    i like mud ridin only bc thats pretty much all u can do round these parts
     
  18. silver07taco

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    I like the trails, Mud is evil:devil:

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  19. pittim

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    ya, little bits of mud here and there on a trail is fine, but people that just go to a big ass thing of mud puzzle me.
     
  20. silver07taco

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    Yea thats what I mean, im not for that mud bogging stuff
     
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