Talladega national forest trail

Discussion in 'Off-Road' started by kengotti5, Sep 2, 2018.

  1. kengotti5

    kengotti5 Member

    14 mile trail for overlanding, camping,hiking , mountains, etc .. planning to go with my buddy’s in about 2weeks any pointers it’s gonna be my first off road ever
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  3. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Have fun. Be safe. Go slow, don’t get cocky and have a spotter you trust.
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  4. OP

    kengotti5 Member

    Lol appreciate it nice heads up idk how you knew I was thinking about being cocky ..
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  5. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    Get to know your truck, get to know it’s lines. I’ve seen to many people start trying to do things that are out of their abilities as a driver and the equipment they have. It gets real, real quick. If you don’t have a winch don’t go where you’ll get stuck, if you don’t have Sliders don’t try to slide. Have proper extraction points on so if you do get stuck you can get pulled out without ending up like this guy... 216151A3-26CD-46A7-AD2F-8307EE638218.jpeg
  6. OP

    kengotti5 Member

    Dang..! Really appreciate it now and trust me don’t wanna go anywhere I can get stuck slow and steady
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  7. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Can't add much to what's been said other than be sure you know how to use your truck. What's all them buttons and knobs do? Don't be afraid of that book in the glovebox. And be sure that there's a few tow straps and a couple shackles between you and whoever you're going with. I carry a shovel and an axe also. ( the homicide kit)
  8. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    Great advice from others.
    Just take it slow. You don’t have to be ready for Moab after your first off road trek.
    Have fun and start simple. Enjoy the capabilities of these awesome trucks. If you see some mud or trails that give you the apprehension in your gut don’t do it. Lol.
    Lessons I’ve learned the hard way with tow chains pulling me out.
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