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    Welcome from Tacoma area. How are you liking those KM3’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteWilly View Post
    Welcome to Wayalife! I’m in the Seattle area as well. In fact, I was just thinking about giving Walker a shot soon.
    Awesome. Walker is great, just be prepared for “narrow”, a lot of tight squeezes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepfan30 View Post
    Welcome from Tacoma area. How are you liking those KM3’s?
    So far so good. Can’t give the most detailed review as I only have about 600 miles on them, though mostly on the trails. This Jeep is used only on the weekends and primarily trail use. They’ve done great on the smaller rock gardens in Tahuya and Walker. I can say they are very quiet compared to the KM2s and a lot of other mud terrains out there. I’d put these smack dab between an All Terrain and Mud Terrain.

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    Welcome to Wayalife from Foresthill Ca 👋

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramathorn View Post
    Awesome. Walker is great, just be prepared for “narrow”, a lot of tight squeezes.
    Yeah, that’s what I hear. Would you say it’s similar to Naches?

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    Welcome to WAL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteWilly View Post
    Yeah, that’s what I hear. Would you say it’s similar to Naches?
    Similar yeah, I think there’s probably harder obstacles at Walker but that’s just my opinion. Definitely Washington wheelin though, lots of slick stuff and rocky. Gets wet really quick at Walker. If you decide to go let me know!

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