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RE: brush guard - it is heavy and offers very little protection.

If you run into something it will bend back into your hood causing $$$ damage.
I only saw this on a gen 1 but I assume it is the same for a gen 2.

Lot's of roads to explore in the Mt Hood NF and coast range. The Tillamook OHV will provide options from mild to fairly wild but you should go with someone who is
familiar with the area.

Lot's of interesting areas in Central and Eastern Oregon.

Do you want to explore or learn 'rock crawling'?

And you should remove the stock side rails if you still have them on.

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You're fairly close to Tillamook OHV. There's some mild stuff there for you to play around on.
^This! i did alot of trails with only tires as an upgrade, but we have had plenty of stock rigs up there with no issues, the nice thing about that place is pretty much every trail has a bypass so if your not comfortable than you can skip it.
 
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