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superj

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corpus christi, texas
Vehicle Year
2004
Make / Model
ranger edge
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3 liters of tire smoking power
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
2WD
Total Lift
none
Total Drop
none
Tire Size
235s
My credo
Grew up in the 70s, 80s, and 90s
There are a bunch of trails but you usually ave to know people to drive on them since its normally someone's land.

Some off road clubs are there so it would probably be easy to connect online and go out with them. Lots of the marines have jeeps and toyotas and go do stuff. And, you can drive on some areas of the beach too so there is also that type of off roading but just be careful and dont get stuck. A beach tow is very expensive
 


ericbphoto

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Wellford, SC
Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3.0L
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Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
6"
Tire Size
35"
My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
@Patriot1 , Welcome to TRS! You're not terribly far from me. I'm between Spartanburg and Greer, SC. Old NC105 is a beautiful, easy ride along the top of the mountains by the Linville Gorge. Brown Mtn also offers some wheeling. I haven't been there yet. Over to the east of Chatlotte, is Uwharrie. Over towards TN, is Hurrican Creek, Buzzards Roost, Goat trail and another rd whose name I can't recall at the moment. Over west of me is Horse Pasture and some other trails in the Jocasse area, both in NC and SC. Then going toward Georgia, we get to Charlie's Creek, Sarah's Creek, Earl's Ford and then the Cohutta forest district, whch is great. The Georgia Traverse covers most of those. It's only a few hours to Windrock in TN. I'm trying to increase the frequency of my rides and camping trips. Watch for announcements here. fb://group/294947209421416?ref=share

Yesterday on Horse Pasture
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A waterfall along the Georgia Traverse in the Cohutta Forest District.
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Patriot1

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North Carolina
Vehicle Year
2004
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Ford Ranger
Engine Type
4.0 V6
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
@Patriot1 , Welcome to TRS! You're not terribly far from me. I'm between Spartanburg and Greer, SC. Old NC105 is a beautiful, easy ride along the top of the mountains by the Linville Gorge. Brown Mtn also offers some wheeling. I haven't been there yet. Over to the east of Chatlotte, is Uwharrie. Over towards TN, is Hurrican Creek, Buzzards Roost, Goat trail and another rd whose name I can't recall at the moment. Over west of me is Horse Pasture and some other trails in the Jocasse area, both in NC and SC. Then going toward Georgia, we get to Charlie's Creek, Sarah's Creek, Earl's Ford and then the Cohutta forest district, whch is great. The Georgia Traverse covers most of those. It's only a few hours to Windrock in TN. I'm trying to increase the frequency of my rides and camping trips. Watch for announcements here. fb://group/294947209421416?ref=share

Yesterday on Horse Pasture
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A waterfall along the Georgia Traverse in the Cohutta Forest District.
Hey Eric,
I am looking for a really decent mechanic in our area that really knows older Ford Rangers. I prefer independent shops over dealerships for service on my truck.
Any suggestions?
@ericbphoto

Thanks!
 
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