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There is a Backpacking Magazine that has a poll going on asking if 4X4's should be allowed in National Parks. We all know we have to vote yes chrfal So please take the time to do so bigok

When you click on the link and the page pops up, look half way down on the right, this is where the poll is. Thanks jamminzz

Can you imagine the looks on their faces chrfal

http://www.backpacker.com/
 

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and the results so far are......
 

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I was a subscriber to that rag 25 yrs ago
 

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jamminzz take a look at her now..... Now thats what I'm talkin bout !!!!! jamminzz

QUESTION: Should off-road vehicles be allowed in national parks?
Response Totals Percent
No 783 5%
Yes 13777 95%
 

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I don't think they should be allowed in NPs, Wheel all the National Forest you want but I don't think we need to wheel the parks.

Here is a link to a search page showing where and the size of the parks.
http://data2.itc.nps.gov/parksearch/geosearch.cfm

There is not really that much NP acreage that's out there.

When I go to a place like Big Bend NP I don't want to hear V8s off in the distance when I'm in the backcountry.
 

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to hear a v8 is music to my ears, only thing is the only current v8 i have maybe has only 4 inches of ground clearance. (94 gt convertible) both my 4x4s are v6s. hopefully my bronco II will someday be a v8.

i'd much rather hear a v8 than a rattle snake
 
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