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Author Topic: Night Wheeling in the Buckeye Hills  (Read 268 times)

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Night Wheeling in the Buckeye Hills
« on: July 03, 2017, 09:50:32 AM »
So a guy from work invited me to go night wheeling in the Buckeye Hills with some guys from the jeep forum. We ended up having five Wranglers, an XJ and my Xterra. We aired down off of Tuthill Rd and Elliot Rd. We aired down at 8pm and made our way into the hills. We hit the trail Gila Monster. The X did really good keeping up with the Jeeps. The only obstacle I couldn't get up was a waterfall. I ended up having to be winched up after trying for about 20 min. Once we finished Gila Monster we hit a trail called Cheap Trick. This one went through a few washes and we had a lot of sand to get through with a couple of really neat obstacles. After is was all said and done we got back to the air up spot at 2am. The X did really good keeping up with the Jeeps and I had a lot of nice compliments from them. I would like to run this during the day, but I am not sure how many of us would be able to make it up the waterfall.

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Re: Night Wheeling in the Buckeye Hills
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2017, 01:29:29 PM »
Was gonna ask you when the next time you guys go out let me know!

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