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Hey I am new to this and I just recently bought a Joyner Trooper T2. I have enjoyed reading all the posts about Joyner problems and solutions as my husband and I have had many problems of our own with ours. We live in central Oklahoma and we were wondering if anyone knows of any place close to us that we can go ride. We have tried going to a couple of offroading places near where we live but the Joyner is too wide for most of the trails and it justs gets frustrating having to turn around all the time because the trails are too narrow. If anyone has any suggestions we would be very grateful.

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Welcome to the Forum, we have a bunch of good folks that like to help, as you have read. Look forward to hearing more from you.

Wish I could help, but I have never been in your part of the country. I use Googleearth to preview a lot of the places I want to go, maybe it will help you also.

Again, Welcome to the forum,

Kinarfi

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Thanks for the welcome. I haven't noticed anyone on here from this area but I was hoping I would get lucky. Does anyone have any suggestions for us before we take our Joyner through any more mud and water? So far we had to change out a starter because we packed it full of mud so we sealed the new starter back up with a thin ring gasket material. We sealed our fuse boxes because blew all the fuses and relays by caking them full of mud. We changed out the air filter with a K&N and added a homemade snorkel. Also we spent about two weeks cleaning it and trying to get all the mud off. We just wanted to make sure that we are not overlooking anything that needs to be done before we take it through the next big mudhole.

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If you can/will travel to east,Tn. you can and will have the time of your life.........www.windrockatv.com....Oliver springs Tn.72,000 acres..http://Brimstonerecreation.com,Huntsville,Tn.,,20,000 acres. Nice mountains with hardwoods,hundreds of miles of trails,nice people in both towns and on trails.It takes us 8 hours to get there and we are lined up for second trip this year.We have travel to this part of the country many times since we found it and MADE THE FIRST TRIP. MAKE IT HAPPEN,LIFE IS SHORT,,,,ROOOOOOOOLL TIDE

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Welcome to the forum. Good bunch of people here. We all benifit from each other a lot. You might check with the jeep clubs. They always have trails and a lot of them can be good fun. Try entering "wider utv trails in oklahoma" into google, also try some other wording. I've found a lot of trails this way. There out there. When I first bought my Trooper, everybody was asking where I was going to ride it because of narrower trails. After digging and hunting, I found they are all over. Good luck.

Lenny

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