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    Quote Originally Posted by DeMo180A View Post
    What trails did you hit at Elbe? That's where I was thinking of going. I checked out their Facebook page and it looks pretty crazy: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elbe-...17101138323276 broken 4x4 dotting the trails...I want to wheel my H3, not wreck it!
    I have no idea the name, but they were the 'easiest' trails. they aren't kidding, though, about the requirement of 35s... and good skids. I'll throw this out there, next time we head out; I'll PM you. Next time, I hope, will be with my FJ40 - so it could get a bit wild (it's on 38.5s)
    This too shall pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mb30sdl View Post
    I use Garmin Montana 600, great for geocaching bring u with in 20ft of gps coordinates. U can upload most of maps. Take pics at location and save them with pin. Has most of offroad trail and can be configured to different styles ( on road, offroad, as bird flys). The only problem looses satellite signal from time to time, but continues the track when restarted. Mounts in car cratel and removable for handheld application.
    I have an Oregon - same thing(ish) - and I love it. The best part is the ability to share trails between compatible devices.
    This too shall pass
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperBuickGuy View Post
    I have no idea the name, but they were the 'easiest' trails. they aren't kidding, though, about the requirement of 35s... and good skids. I'll throw this out there, next time we head out; I'll PM you. Next time, I hope, will be with my FJ40 - so it could get a bit wild (it's on 38.5s)
    I'm heading out there on Thursday. I'll let you know what I tackle. I'll have my wife and kid in the child seat so it's not going to be nuts.

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    What would be the best off road GPS setup if money was not the issue guys?

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    This too shall pass
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    I have a Lowrance GPS unit mounted to a Ram mount in my H3T. I also use it for MPH since my speedo is off after the diff regear to 4:56 and the 35" MTs.
    “Life's hard. It's even harder when you're stupid.”
    John Wayne



 

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