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    Been a long time

    Howdy guys, been a long time since I've posted here. Looking to go Wheeling in CO this June and figure allot has probably changed on the trails in ten years. I've got a near stock JKU with open diffs and my father does too. Where can I wheel a stock JK, have fun but still be able to drive it 1000+ miles home when I'm done these days
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    Welcome back!

    Anything around lake city/ouray/telluride. Wheeler, redcone/webster, rimrocker trail from montrose to moab,
    " Every soul deserves a shot at a Cadillac, but not everyone should be guaranteed a Cadillac". Ben Stein

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    Lots of trails can be run in stock JKs. Where are you going to be?
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    Father's in Highlands ranch, looking for day trips, go in the morning and come back in the afternoon, three days worth of day trip Wheeling.

    And yes it will be nice to be back even if it's just for a week, the snow bashing and ice racing is fun out here in MN, but the lack of mountains is bummer and even more so the lack of public wheelable land. Didn't know how good I had it before

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    The only thing that might stop you from the best trails in the vicinity is the snow. In June most will still be impassable.

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    7 mile, kelly flats, the gulches, stuff along the front range,

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    Thank you guys, hopefully those trails will be open by late June when I go, ice and snow on flat land is a bit different than on a mountain. Thanks again.

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