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Paragon
« on: Feb 28, 2003, 04:29:46 AM »

   So how many of you east coast wheelers been to paragon?  Im goin in March with my truck, my dads 73' FJ40, and OCC.  How was it and what should i look forward to.  Im doing Low blue then High Blue the next day (Thats what the club calls the trails not sure if thats what they are really called, were green is stock then low blue, high blue, then black and red been the hardest).  Anyone drive these?
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Re: Paragon
« Reply #1 on: Feb 28, 2003, 05:18:52 AM »
http://paragonap.com/adventure_levels.htm

We did M-Trail, M-Trail extension, Pick yer poison, Undertaker,  Whompum, Blueberry Rocks, Chicken Run, Pipebender, Drumstick, and a few others plus the ladies drove Impossible Hill, Campground Trail, and a few others.  Great place!

I think the new one that had just opened when I was there was Sluice...when I was there it was yet unnamed...funny thing was, it was the 2 guys from Wisconsin who made it the furthest!  lol
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Re: Paragon
« Reply #2 on: Feb 28, 2003, 05:37:29 AM »

 Ya ive herd of the new trail being a really good trail.  From the internet site at paragon i guess i will be running 2 or 3.  But we may end up just driving a colaboration of trails from different levels.  Once i get my solid axle on i will do the harder stuff like the ones  you rode.  I will prob post pics of the event and my POS (accually prob still in really good condition compared to some of yalls, still nice and shiny blue  :greengrin:)  I just think its a POS cause of the IFS.  
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