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  1. steveale

    steveale Well-Known Member

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    No issues. A couple of places you have to swing a little wide (kind of like pulling a trailer). I did easy, moderate and difficult. Did not do the extreme trails.
     
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    Yeah, I didn't do the extreme ones either, only easy and moderate and had no problems navigating them. I'll post some pics/vids later. @steveale I believe that was you I waved at and said hi while leaving Home Base to go trail riding once on Sat? I had the black Rubicon pictured in my avatar. Hope you had as much fun as we did!
     
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    I don’t recall. There was another guy there with an identical silver LE, might have been him.
     
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    Did any one do Beasley Knob?
     
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    Couple of Jeepfest Pics

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    So I am planning a trip down to the Gulches in SC the weekend of September 27-29.

    Details are still being worked out but we will definitely be wheeling at least on Saturday September 28th and plan to camp out that night. Not everyone has to camp out. There is also a Jeep event that weekend in Easley that some may attend.

    Please let me know if anyone is even a maybe for this so I can start getting things planned and get the camping sites reserved.

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    https://www.gulchesorvpark.com/


    https://southernjeepfestival.com/
     
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    I did Beasley Knob this weekend. It had rained the night before and there was a bit of surface slick on the clay. I went in at the south entrance on trail 93A. I went past the intersection and started down 93D but my wife started taking a bite out of the seat so I made a 25 point turn at the first opportunity and exited the way I came. If it had been dry we might have continued but the slickness caused a LOT of lateral sliding on very narrow trails. I did not want to rip a fender off so I decided to try it another day, perhaps once I have a dent or scrape in it already.
     
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    Post videos/pics
     
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    My copilot was so stressed she never pulled out the phone....LOL. I'm going back so I will get some next trip. It's about 1 hour drive from my house.
     
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    Lmao!!! I completely understand... mine was freaking out. This is my favorite part you really can’t see the pitch to much because of the angle but you get the idea

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