Southern Cali BS Thread

Discussion in 'California' started by ProForce, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    How long of a trek it's it?
     
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  3. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Couldn't tell you. It probably takes an hour and a half to two hours to get through.
     
  4. abcangelo

    abcangelo Well-Known Member

    I'm down!
     
  5. abcangelo

    abcangelo Well-Known Member

    I was thinking Azusa; I'd hate to start destroying seals so sudden.
     
  6. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Don't go into the mud and you will be fine. If you have never been it is 4wd only and they usually check.
     
  7. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    I'm probably going to azusa Saturday around 10:00am to watch people tear there trucks up. Last Saturday a guy rolled his jeep/buggy and got air lifted out.
     
  8. Thewarriordinghy

    Thewarriordinghy Well-Known Member

    Thats gotta be one hard trail
     
  9. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    Not saying I hope that happens again...
     
  10. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    It's a mud pit:

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  11. abcangelo

    abcangelo Well-Known Member

    Is it all basically mud?
     
  12. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Most of it yes. There are some hill climb areas and some rocky areas but nothing is a trail to anywhere. There is a trail past the mud pit on the left. The ranger gives you the combo for the lock.
     
  13. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    Not at all. You can definitely climb around without getting muddy as of last Saturday. I'm sure if it rains between now and this Saturday the condition there will be muddy. There are (3) river crossing to make it to the mud portion. (2) river crossings to get to where you can safely climb stuff "Sandy burms" 40 degree angle maybe steeper.. fun tho! The river crossing isn't very deep. I crossed it...
     
  14. Thewarriordinghy

    Thewarriordinghy Well-Known Member

    The scenary is nice, but id never take my truck in that
     
  15. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    I guess it depends on how much 4 wheelin you want to do.
    I'm a nuby to it so it was enough to satisfy my 4x4 needs at the time.
    But he's right it's more of a mudding spot than anything...
     
  16. abcangelo

    abcangelo Well-Known Member

    Sumyoungguy, I pm'd u
     
  17. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    You can also ride dirtbikes quads n stuff there to if you have any. It's green sticker only right now tho.
     
  18. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    I love to watch the 2wd quads try and mud bog only to get stuck and ruin the bike.
     
  19. 4wd

    4wd Well-Known Member

    I dont mind a little mud but thats just waaay too much...


    More like how much time is it going to take to clean up truck & more importantly the undercarriage...
     
  20. SUMYOUNGGUY

    SUMYOUNGGUY Well-Known Member

    These pics are of that same location... I would never take my truck threw deep mud either.. on purpose..
     

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  21. Savage21

    Savage21 Well-Known Member

    Where's that at? SD?
     

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