Post your off-road pics.

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  1. HighFivenWhiteGuy

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    Nice! I went to Tahuya a while back but was too chicken to take the Ranger in... I had only had it for about three weeks. Ended up riding with a friend. Which trails did you ride? Any damage or problems? And I'm guessing your Ranger is stock?
     
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    I went onto the 4x4 Loop, Only trail there us Big boys are allowed on.

    There are two main entrances, one is just a bunch of moguls before the trail, its right across from the main Elf staging area. This is where I went in since Stock truck. The other entrance is just up the road and you take a left onto a gravel road. After about a mile its on the left and it has a Rock garden qualifier, I think you could do this stock as well but It would probably scrape up the FX4 'Skid plates'.

    No Damage but I didn't stay long, Tahuya is 2 hours from me and my family didn't really like offroading that much so I went maybe a mile or two in and turned around. I want to go back with a Leveling kit and 33s and do the whole thing.
     
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    Stampede Pass - Cascade Mountains - Washington

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    Fantastic photos! Truck looks good too :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Gorgeous!:sun:
     
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    Hi all. Just got back from a 7200 mi. cross country jaunt in my Ranger XLT XF4 - Forum Post Here. Here are a few pictures from some 'offroad' locations.

    1st. pic: Great Basin National Park, NV. Wheeler Peak in the background.
    2nd. pic: State Road 120 Est of of CA 395 - known as the Tioga Pass Rd. Epic scenery! Absolutely gorgeous. VERY steep in parts.
    3-5. pics: Cerro Gordo Rd OHV Trail in Keeler, CA. Highly recommended. A few gnarly sections and lots of narrow switchbacks but an amazing adventure and the Ranger handled it without a complaint. Tried out all the FX4 technical goodies like trail and terrain control. They worked flawlessly. Cerro Gordo Ghost Town is a must-see.

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    Beautiful pics:like:
     
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    #69 Aug 14, 2019
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    My ranger got a bit of a taste offroading last weekend. some of the guys at an airsoft game wanted to film a short video (where no one was shooting actual airsoft BBs) so i volunteered my truck.
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    Wheres that camp site? Looks amazing
     
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    Awesome location, man! Could you share the location with us AND what make and model of bed cover are you using? Thanks for sharing
     
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    That was along the chicken corners trail about half way down the trail. The tonneau cover is the HD diamond back cover. The cover does a great job of keeping my gear dry, and you can load things on top of the cover as well. I regularly load kayaks or bikes on top of it.
     

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