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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    It was close last time I went.
    Quote Originally Posted by weekend warrior View Post
    I don't think it ever was a 3.5 in my opinion. It's closer to a 3.5 now.

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Difficult or not it still one of the best just on the views alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weekend warrior View Post
    Difficult or not it still one of the best just on the views alone.
    X2, my favorite trail which is why I've run in over 30 times in the last seven years.
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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by aribelin View Post
    X2, my favorite trail which is why I've run in over 30 times in the last seven years.
    What rating would you give it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinoy59 View Post
    What rating would you give it?
    Solid 3.0, but then I'm on 40's and tons. It's all relative.

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by aribelin View Post
    Solid 3.0, but then I'm on 40's and tons. It's all relative.
    I just drove by it. When I get my jeep back together I need to run it again. This is the current state of my Jeep.


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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pinoy59 View Post
    I just drove by it. When I get my jeep back together I need to run it again. This is the current state of my Jeep.

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    Well when you get it back together and want to run it let me know. I'm always game to run this trail, day or night. Even at night the views are great, especially on a full moon. The fact that it is a little cooler temps is a big plus also.

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by weekend warrior View Post
    Well when you get back together and want to run it let me know. I'm always game to run this trail, day or night. The fact that it is a little cooler temps is a big plus also.

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    Yeah I definitely will post it. It's been much too long since I have been wheeling. I missed the annual CK run because the Jeep was out of commission. This trail will be a good shake down run for my new chromoly shafts and truss with Currie Johnny joints.

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Is this trail too punishing on the vehicles nowadays?

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by Copero View Post
    Is this trail too punishing on the vehicles nowadays?
    It's just more fun

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    Re: Hackberry Creek Trail update (difficult level just went up)

    Quote Originally Posted by weekend warrior View Post
    Well when you get it back together and want to run it let me know. I'm always game to run this trail, day or night. Even at night the views are great, especially on a full moon. The fact that it is a little cooler temps is a big plus also.

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    Post is up!

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