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    Quote Originally Posted by Frydaddy View Post
    Hah, I love those recommendations! I remember them giving me maps of Off-Limit roads on Kauaii and Maui. We used those restrictions as required destinations! Of course the dirt roads would have been more fun if we weren't in a Chrysler convertible!
    Wish I had a picture of the parking lot that was more like a rock garden we found a rental mustang convertible parked in the back of. That thing had to be trashed. "Nothing rides like a rental."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Waipio Valley is gorgeous..:I killed a truck rental crossing a stream in the winter there...deeper than I thought...my momentum theory proved unsuccessful...


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    Yeah there can be a lot of water in those valleys we did a hiking trip through all seven valleys starting in Pololu valley with the fine black sand beach IMG_4677.JPG and ended at the back rim of waipio valley IMG_2118.jpgIMG_2119.jpg it was amazing camping in the jungle and meandering around the secluded beaches


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    I rented one when I was visiting Wailea... Budget Rental, they were pretty easy going as far as going off road... I'm sure it would of been a different story if I would of wrecked it.

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    Road to Hana

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    rented a jku on big island for 8 days. explored a lot and did some lava roads to hidden beaches that I was worried we might not make it out. but Jeep! The Kona and Kohala areas are great for having a jeep. Even tho it was a rental, i babied it as much as possible.20191007_124933.jpg20191005_162538.jpg20191007_182428.jpg

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    We rented one in Maui this year. They are beat to hell! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    We rented one in Maui this year. They are beat to hell! Lol

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    Yes they are...try renting one on Lanai...most of them have bald tires...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    Yes they are...try renting one on Lanai...most of them have bald tires...
    I want to go hunting on Lanai. Doubt I’ll be able to do it next year. Maybe someday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I want to go hunting on Lanai. Doubt I’ll be able to do it next year. Maybe someday.


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    Axis deer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I want to go hunting on Lanai. Doubt I’ll be able to do it next year. Maybe someday.


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    Lets go! I’ve been wanting to do an Axis hunt on Lanai for the past few years. No one is down.
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