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NE Ohio offroad spots? clubs?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Pow06er, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. Pow06er

    Pow06er 1/2 ton status

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    are there any NE Ohio 4x4 clubs ? or does anyone know of good wheeling spots? trails or mud?
     
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    I'm in Tiretown 4 Wheelers
    www.tiretown.org

    Where in NE Ohio???? I'm in the Akron area.
     
  3. Emmettology 101

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    One of the better wheeling spots in Ohio is Wellsville. A little bit of everything from mud to rocks to hillclimbs.....

    You're over in McDonald, right? Hows that new K5 treating you?
     
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    im in mcdonald but i usually say yougnstown no one really knows mcdonald at all

    ive heard of wellsville

    the k5 is good

    could a 3" lift and 33s mts get me far at wellsville or would i get a lot of body damage?

    i dont want to put money for gears at the moment or else id do 4" and 35s
     
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    What gears and tranny are in it?

    You could get through alot at Wellsville with 33's... Most holes and such you can get around. Only place you may have a problem is through the rock garden as there really isn't an easy way aroudn it but I've seen others in Jeeps go through with 33's. Granted, they have a smaller body...
     
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    forget the 33s ive decided to save up and do a 4" and 35s along with throw in a 14bolt sf and do 456s

    maybe a yr or less ill have it done
     
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    Sounds like a good plan!! :thumb:
     

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