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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 05-05-2016, 09:02 PM
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The track stuff I would think that any TH could handle. The trail stuff, most of that if you avoid the worst. Nice thing is they know these trails cold and can help you decide what your best path is depending what level of risk to your Jeep you are okay with. One of the guys involved is an old shipmate of mine from way back, great guy and a real straight shooter. The whole point is to help you find the limits of both you and your vehicle.
Hmmm nice to know! I haven't really done any real offroading in a SUV. Dirt bike and wheeler yes. If anything I'd like to just get a feel for what the TH can really do and how/when to properly use the locker and stuff. Overall just lean as much as I can.
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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old 05-19-2016, 06:58 AM
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Hey, all.

Was anyone up at 2700 Quarry Lake Drive (Baltimore) yesterday afternoon? I parked my Anvil TH behind your Anvil TH, which was kind of cool (because having two Anvil THs in the same place at the same time is approaching a critical mass of coolness).

Noticed you had the RRO steprails (coated with a bed liner, maybe?) and a nice hitch bumper. Figured anyone outfitted that way is likely a member here, so I thought I'd check in.

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Hey, all.

Was anyone up at 2700 Quarry Lake Drive (Baltimore) yesterday afternoon? I parked my Anvil TH behind your Anvil TH, which was kind of cool (because having two Anvil THs in the same place at the same time is approaching a critical mass of coolness).

Noticed you had the RRO steprails (coated with a bed liner, maybe?) and a nice hitch bumper. Figured anyone outfitted that way is likely a member here, so I thought I'd check in.

-Rob
Sad to say it wasn't me, but I think its cool to find another Anvil out there. I travel a lot between my works offices in Towson and Columbia, so it is possible we've crossed paths before. I'm usually easily identifiable by all the antennas and lights. I've seen one or two other Anvils out there, but never one with step rails in our area. Hopefully they are indeed a member.

If you ever want to meet up and talk Trailhawks, or join our group for a trail ride, shoot me a pm and we can exchange info.
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post #34 of 36 (permalink) Old 05-29-2016, 04:21 PM
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I have a '15 TH in Anvil. I work in Ellicott City and live in Catonsville. Pretty much factory but I don't mind getting dirty off the road. There's an Anvil Wrangler Unlimited I see in Cville/EC all the time, and I saw an Anvil TH just like mine parked on St. Paul Place outside the Citigroup building this week when I was passing through.

My 4-year old wants me to put a winch on my ride something fierce! It's been a great family and fun car thus far. Taking it fishing off the beaten path is a real treat.
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post #35 of 36 (permalink) Old 07-24-2016, 06:45 PM
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Millersville MD here

For any of those interested, I've recently joined a 4x4 Club for the VA / MD area. They are VERY active and like to bring vehicles of all types. Their focus is about having everyone having fun and being safe while still seeing what your vehicles can do.

PM me if anyone wants more info about that (I felt this was one of the best places to post since I see a TON of people right around my area)

Secondly, I'm back from work finally..... Finally!!!! I know a few people were asking for some help with how to lift their TH's and a few other things. Let me know in a PM if you still need some help

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