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Old 09-23-2012, 04:04 PM   #1
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I am looking to test my truck offroad today and see if I can get stuck. My brother will be there to pull me out if I do. I have a 2wd that I recently leveled and put some 33in toyo mud terrains on and I also have a locking diff. I hear a lot of "dude your truck is cool but it's not a 4x4". So anyway, if anyone on the forum is from the Dfw area and knows some good offloading spots id like to know! Thanks!


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Nice truck. That looks similar to something that I have in my driveway. I have also been wondering of any good places to go offloading around here I'm from fort worth, tx. I also get the same feed back on dude it looks good but it's not a 4 x 4 I really do not give a **** on what they think has long has I like my ride.
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Im looking for a place too but cant find no where
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Bro your truck is bad *** 2wd or not your not in mud 247 so theres really no need for 4wd
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Bro your truck is bad *** 2wd or not your not in mud 247 so theres really no need for 4wd
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So when we going off roading fellas? I know of a couple of places I keep on hearing about over by nrh and roanoke but that's it. Let me know i have been looking for a place to get my beast dirty.
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I am from. Corinth. I know a few but could get in trouble with cops. George w bush and Campbell road area, also in Arlington off of 360 and trinity. They all have secret entrances. Some have tight spots and might get branches scratch the sides of your truck. Let me know
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Nice truck. That looks similar to something that I have in my driveway. I have also been wondering of any good places to go offloading around here I'm from fort worth, tx. I also get the same feed back on dude it looks good but it's not a 4 x 4 I really do not give a **** on what they think has long has I like my ride.
What kinda lift you have on that thing? It looks waaayyy higher than mine..
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6" zone suspension lift on 35.
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I am looking to test my truck offroad today and see if I can get stuck. My brother will be there to pull me out if I do. I have a 2wd that I recently leveled and put some 33in toyo mud terrains on and I also have a locking diff. I hear a lot of "dude your truck is cool but it's not a 4x4". So anyway, if anyone on the forum is from the Dfw area and knows some good offloading spots id like to know! Thanks!

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very nice truck.

but it's not a 4x4... kidding. very nice.
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