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post #1 of 12 Old 09-11-2008, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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Question The Most Difficult Trails in So Calif......???

Hiya everyone!

I have to do a paper in school and I'm thinking of doing it on the three most difficult off road trails in Southern Califonia...sooooooo Anyone have any suggestions??? I know the Rubicon is the most popular, but maybe, if I get enough information, I can write it about the lest known or something like that.

I know y'all have a lot of knowledge and know of tons of great places, so....just start posting.

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!! I'll owe you a

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The Rubicon is up north...so I dont think that will work for ya. The hardest trails in SoCal will have to be those located in Johnson Valley. Jack and Sledge Hammer are more popular, but there are other harder trails in J.V. also. Wrecking Ball, Sunbonnet Pass.... and more.

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Hammers for sure.

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Thanks guys!!! I need to write my paper today and get it over with.

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LOL I have to have a "work sighted" page at the end of the paper, and mine will will say JKOwners.com; authors: Renegade, 100dollarman, and Lensman.....

LOL

I owe you guys a few

Sooooo when are we all going to conquer these trails???

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Would've been cool if you could've just edited together some of the videos that you socal guys have been posting up on the forum for the class to see. At the end you could've stood up and said (with hands on hips)..."Nuff said?"

There would've been some dropped jaws and wide eyes!
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Here are some links to Pig's old Truggy at the Hammers. Notice he has a broken rear axle. Shot them with the digital camera, so that's why the quality isn't great.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPOKnCcQRYY

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Would've been cool if you could've just edited together some of the videos that you socal guys have been posting up on the forum for the class to see. At the end you could've stood up and said (with hands on hips)..."Nuff said?"

There would've been some dropped jaws and wide eyes!
LOL yeah, Richard asked if I get to include pictures with my paper.....but I can't ...too bad...It would illustrate what we do a lot better.....hehe

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Here are some links to Pig's old Truggy at the Hammers. Notice he has a broken rear axle. Shot them with the digital camera, so that's why the quality isn't great.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svHMnnSyfsY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPOKnCcQRYY

That truck was fun.
Wow....that's what Billy Goat needs to do to his truck!

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