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Unread 15th October 2015, 07:22 PM
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Default Madden Peak Road - San Juan National Forest

Great drive today, wanted to share some shots. First time getting really rugged with my foz since I just got four new blizzak WS80's to break in. Much beefier than the stock touring tires that came with it.
2011 XP Forester - Stock suspension, 2" hubcentric wheel spacers, pretty much stock everything other than some trimming of the wheel well liner. Can't wait to get my lift, 5 16" steelies and 5 really good General Grabbers or something like that. I'm amazed with how capable this thing it right from the dealership.



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Unread 15th October 2015, 07:23 PM
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The black dog seems to be enjoying himself !
Nice location. If you haven't already you should invest in a sump guard/bash plate.
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+1 for the sump guard, RD.

Truly lovely area of the world you live in .
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Unread 16th October 2015, 07:08 AM
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I'm actually thinking of getting an arc welder so I can put together a high clearance steel bumper with a skid plate. All that **** is just so expensive to buy and have made, I'd rather make it myself.
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+1 for the sump guard, RD.

Truly lovely area of the world you live in .
I agree. Next on the list is to take the foz through Canyons of the Ancients and go explore some pueblos and cliff dwellings - and maybe tackle a few river crossings.
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