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Old 04-17-2015, 02:47 PM
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Is it a good idea to try wheeling with a stock '96?
And are there any spots in southwest ga?
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Old 04-26-2015, 09:20 PM
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Absolutely! Just avoid anything that looks rough. Plenty of action on trails and fire roads.
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Old 05-06-2015, 09:10 PM
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Unless you have proper recovery. I wouldn't do anything to get you stuck without it.
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Assuming its not the 2WD version, never underestimate the Cherokee in stock form. Very capable, just start light and get a feel for how she does. You'll quickly find yourself seeking bigger and uglier areas to conquer!
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Stay out of your GA mud.
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if you have a 2 inch rear hitch (class 3), get yourself a 3 inch by 30 foot recovery strap (no hooks) and a receiver pin.
you can slip the loop inside the hitch and insert the pin so it goes through the loop.
this will get you started until you get yourself a receiver shackle insert and some front tow hooks with xj brackets.

just don't be the last jeep in the group.
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Originally Posted by caged View Post
if you have a 2 inch rear hitch (class 3), get yourself a 3 inch by 30 foot recovery strap (no hooks) and a receiver pin. you can slip the loop inside the hitch and insert the pin so it goes through the loop. this will get you started until you get yourself a receiver shackle insert and some front tow hooks with xj brackets. just don't be the last jeep in the group.
you can jghhgg
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Originally Posted by Slimgoaty View Post
you can jghhgg

oh yeah? themz are fightin words. haha

go home, yer drunk. hehe
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agree with caged))
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