|04-27-2008, 11:49 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2005
Member # 50680
Location: Corpus Christi, TX
Superlift ORV Park in a Super Duty?
My family is planning a reunion of sorts in Murfreesboro, AR to visit Crater of Diamonds SP. I noticed that Hot Springs, AR is tantalizingly close by, and I would definitely like to check it out!
One problem though...
We're making this trip in my mostly stock '02 F-250 (ex cab, short bed, ls, 285's); no one else in my family will be taking any 4x4 smaller than mine (2wd suburbans, and another super duty but crew cab long bed.)
I've looked at the trail map and ratings on the Superlift website, but they only give general ratings, not detailed descriptions of each trail. From what I've read, I'd be willing to take a shot at most of the 1 and 2 rated trails.
What do y'all locals think? Will I be the dumbass stuck on a 1 rated trail, or will my pig rig make it through ok? Any suggestions on what 1 & 2 trails to avoid / I gotta try?
|04-30-2008, 03:35 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2005
Member # 55317
Location: Notasulga, AL
You should be able to make it through the 2's, but your width might give you trouble. You might have more fun on a four wheeler.
68 Bronco on 38's
73 Bronco on 42's
70 Bronco - Stock Half Cab
68 Bronco - Resembles a Jigsaw puzzle w/o all the pieces
95 Bronco - Stock
|05-09-2008, 12:01 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Nov 2004
Member # 37769
Blog Entries: 10
You could do most of the rock trails IF you can get to them. Alot of the trails have drive ups that snake/weave in and out of trees. VERY TIGHT! My TJ is full-width on 42's and 107 in wheelbase. A lot of my body damage comes from squeezing between trees just to get on the trails. I think they'd EAT a super duty!
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