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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-19-2000, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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ZukiSouth tellico run

Are all of these runs that they have gonna be all pretty aggresive or will they have some milder runs too?Cant hang with the big dogs YET in my stock but locked.

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Re: ZukiSouth tellico run

I will check with Mike Monday. We just came in from Monteagle Tenn. and Mike has not got home yet.
Thanks to the MTTR for showing us the trails.
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Re: ZukiSouth tellico run

Mike said there will be plenty of riding for all that attend. I myself have never wheeled at tellico.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/blush.gif[/img] Im sure some others here can give you some info
on the trails. Check with Chris Robbins, I hear he wheeled there with a stock Zuki at one time.

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Re: ZukiSouth tellico run

A locked Zuk should be able to go just about anywhere at Tellico. I've ridden there with stock geared Zuks, some with open diffs. On my first trip all I had was a 2" lift, 30" tires and a rear locker. We rode all weekend and hardly crossed the same trails twice. There are plenty of trails that are not too hardcore. But you'll be suprised where you can go with locked diffs. I wouldn't recommend the harder trails if you don't have protection underneath. With lift and larger tires I still bang my RockKnocker skidplate several times during a weekend at Tellico. When Mike D. says his products are <font color=red>"Tellico Tested"</font color=red>, he means it! Hope to see ya there!

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