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When do I need to do a body chop?
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Hi guys,   I am looking to put some BFG M/T on, same size 265/70/17 do I need to do a body chop for clearance? If not, what size requires a chop? ThanksContinue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Meestar Jim Jul 10, 2013.

Indian Valley Reservoir/Baldy Mnt/Bartlett Springs Trip
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Hi FJers,  I was going to do a trip soon, this weekend or next north of Sacremento. I need some help finding a trail though. It appears that there are several trails near the Indian Valley Reservoir,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Overlander36 Feb 14, 2012.

Trails Map Globe Overlay
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I found this really awesome map of trails in CA. You need to have Google Earth to view it. So get Google Earth (its free) Then download this .kmz file, open the file and explore the trails as on…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Estysalinas Feb 15, 2012.

Clear Lake Trail Ideas Help Please
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Hi fellow FJ society. I am looking to do a camp/trailing trip in a few weeks. I would like to go north, stay out of the sieras so I was thinking Clear Lake would be a nice spot to try. I would like…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Weldon Hailey Feb 1, 2012.


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At 4:37pm on January 31, 2012, Chief Stu said…

Short answer is no, everything is private or park district around Livermore. Carnegie ORV park is 20-mn SE of town on Tesla, only $5 to get in. The actual 4X4 area is somewhat small, but GREAT for a beginner. There are even 1-2 obstacles there that are way too much for a first timer. DON'T drive in the muddy water pit! Too much silt in the water and that turns to damn dust under your vehicle that won't easily if ever wash off.

other than that, the next best is the Calif ORV Park in Hollister, we went there in early Jan and had a blast, 24 miles of 4X4 trails and two speciality prop areas. The trails are color coded three levels from normal to hard. Stay OFF THE BLACK trails in a normal FJ! Green and Blue are fine, depending on your skill and personal comfrot level.


At 12:01pm on January 31, 2012, Shaman Rawb said…
Hey Zelda. Carnegie is about 15 min down tesla toward the altimont. It's very small for cars, but great to test your skills. 



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