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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-11-2016, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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State Forest trail max width

Does anyone have first hand experience on how wide of a machine can fit on the state forest trails in Susquehanna (potter county atv trail) and Sproul (whiskey springs once its re opened and bloody skillet.) I know what the law is and what the 58" restriction states on the website. Just curious if any one has taken a commander xt 1000 or rzr s 1000 or something similar that exceeds the 58" width thru the trails with any problems such as getting thru gates or with dcnr rangers.
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Re: State Forest trail max width

If the law says 58 wide then why are you trying to circumvent the law and asking about how strict the Rangers are? The restriction is there for a reason.
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Re: State Forest trail max width

In my experience , most gates are 60 -62 inches . Potter county Susquehanna state park has a tight one 58 inches close to the lake . It's the only one I've ever rubbed my tires on and I'm 60 inches wide in my Teryx .
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