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I Will Be Going To Windrock On October 5Th If Anyone Is Interested In Joining In. I Will Mainly Be Running Easy/Moderate Trails And Will Just Be Down For The Day. If Anyone Is Interested, Shoot Me A PM.
 

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I'm part of the group from Cincy going down!
We will be dwn there from the 3-6
Hit me up if you are looking to join a trail ride.
We have 4 FJs , 1jeep, 1 mini truck, and 2 quads.
Here's my # 513-600-3733 let me know who you are!
My name is Steve hope to see ya!!


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No, It Isn't. I Tried Looking At The Link From My Phone, But It Wouldn't Let Me. Any More Info On That?
Join the group if you havent, but here is the plen

We are going to wheel in Windrock OHV park. The plan is to wheel on Saturday 10/5 and Sunday 10/6. We will start early on Saturday, so most people will likely drive up there on Friday 10/4.
I will not be able to make it, but it's a great group of people. They show 7 people going
 

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We saw a group headed up to play on Trail 43 and Trail 42. We were coming from that spot when we met you guys. How did you guys do? I was in the green jeep with the tacoma and FJs.
 

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I was in the yellow FJ you all passed coming down 22 on Saturday about 2:30? I caught up with some Jeep Cherokees at the top of 22. I had to tow one out back k to the parking lot, then headed up and ran 2 back down and called it a day.
 

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We did well!!
My decision to go through the small swamp at top of 20 was a blast at the time! But looks and sounds like I will be installing new sealed pulley bearings and a new starter!!
I love WindRock! We were a bit diss appointed in the work on 16.
It was our fav last time! Not as challenging!
Hoping on the next trip to go father north an explore up there!


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We did well!!
My decision to go through the small swamp at top of 20 was a blast at the time! But looks and sounds like I will be installing new sealed pulley bearings and a new starter!!
I love WindRock! We were a bit diss appointed in the work on 16.
It was our fav last time! Not as challenging!
Hoping on the next trip to go father north an explore up there!


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No pics of the swamp, but do have a shot of you at the best part of trail 16:
 

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Would these trails be manageable with a stock TT?
The only trails I have been on are my own. Looking to expand. I would possibly be able to roll down with the Cincy group, I live in northern KY.
 

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Would these trails be manageable with a stock TT?
The only trails I have been on are my own. Looking to expand. I would possibly be able to roll down with the Cincy group, I live in northern KY.
The 2nd FJ in the 2nd pic above is stock TT. Does have the skids. Not sure if that's stock on a TT or not. There is always at least one stock FJ it seems. Its fine as long as you have bash plate and engine skid. We mainly do greens and blues with an occasional black. I've never left Windrock without at least a good scrape or two on the belly. I'd say even stock tins would be better than nothing. If you take it slow and watch where you put your feet, you'd be fine. I run bash, engine, trans, and transfer skids. Nothing else. Many have link and rear diff skids as well. It's all worth it. Windrock is a blast even if you stick to Greens.
 
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