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Old 11-29-2011, 09:19 AM   #21
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funny thing is during my trip to Clayton last month we learned that K-Trail is ALL off-road from Clayton, OK to Mena, AR. My cousin and I are talking about doing it this coming spring if we can free up the time. He talked to a few fireman from Durant that done it in 2 days but said 3 would be idea. you will need 4 wheel drive but I heard its not that bad. would really depend on the weather.

if you go to Google maps and find Clayton the trail is just to the east of there. If you have the labels on it will show you K-Trail and you can follow it to Mena.


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Old 11-29-2011, 09:35 AM   #22
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I've heard the K-Trail is pretty good.

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Starting to fall together. That sounds like a fun run. Not too far and about the right time of year.
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Country it sounds to me like u better button ur bib overalls, pull the straw from ur mouth n get busy!! LOL

I would love to go n have more RBV's there than just mine. Hard to watch them preform when ur driving.


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Did you read this thread:

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=853769

These guys were on the k-trail and someone set a fire on the trail trying to trap them on the trail.
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Old 11-29-2011, 12:06 PM   #26
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These guys were on the k-trail and someone set a fire on the trail trying to trap them on the trail.
I just saw that over on expedition portal. Lots of marijuana out there. The trail looks fun though. Im not sure if my little 2wd could make it even after the locker though. Lots of scratches to be expected too from reading other threads.
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I think with enough people( i'm sure a few will have protection) we'd be ok.
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I've got a D35 and t case that'll fit your truck. lol.

There is always the Raptor.

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Dont tempt me with the D35 and t case haha

Believe me I want to take it, but she hasnt quite gotten to the point of wanting to risk scratching the paint haha
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I'll have an extra truck if you wanted to take a 4wd. Otherwise we may just have to keep a towstrap handy.

From the pics on pirate, those trucks didn't seem extreme, so 31's would probably be ok.
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