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Bringing this back to add some input.
Carnige is in the process of being closed or might be closed already. Frank Raines is the place farther down 5. Its designed more for bikes like Carnige but there are a few trails you can get to. Nice mud pit after some rain. Spent a weekend out there and had fun even in my 2wd. Another close place is Prairie City. Its NE of Sacramento on 50 near Rancho Cordova. 5 bucks to get in, dedicated 4x4 section. Can have some good mud after a long rain but is small enough that its only really a days worth. There are a ton of trails in the Tahoe area or farther west out by Santa Rosa and Ukiah. I bought a book that lists all of the Nor Cal trails with lots of details about them.
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2000 F150-5's of lift on 33s - 00-03 7.3 PSD one day with a leveling kit, fiberglass fenders, 37" hummer tires,recentered H1 beadlocks,4" exhaust, 6 position chip
Last edited by MadMaxwell87; 06-30-2010 at 01:33 PM.