Though I wheel through the valley of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil: For thou lockers are with me;
Thy lift and thy tires, they comfort me.
Thou preparest a spotter before me in the presence of mine obstacles;
these are the only pics i have so far.. kinda lame but.. the mud i was going through was actually similiar to the mud on the top couple picks.. the xj did well for being stock.. all it has are scorpian a/t tires on it. click on the link
Howdy yall, here are some pics from my wellsville trip this weekend, it was great, I am happy to report no damage, cosmetic or mechanical. I just wish the rest of the guys I went with could say the same. Out of 8 vehicles we broke one drive shaft at the x case, fried an alternator, and blew a water pump. But all in all it was a great time and I only got stuck once with AT's and no lockers
Check out that stuffed AT
A little 3 wheel action
The only hill I had the balls to take a picture of while on descent
The bottom side of that hill, we took the far left line
If you look close, in front of that TJ you can the rear end of an XJ at about a 30 degree tilt, the trail at that point was only about 4 feet wide with that slope and a 20 foot drop on the other side, can we say pucker factor?
Some after pics
Hp44, Ford 9", 37" MTR's, 5.13's
Out wheelin on Ft. Rich in anchorage alaska.........
Me about to be stuck..... after the ice on the bottom of this watery mud pit falls through...
It's kind of nice being able to wheel on the army base connected to our AF base..... the AF won't let us wheel on our base.... but that's ok cause the army base is much bigger and you can go back there for hours... I'm still finding new trails back there. Although most of them are pretty novice trails... it's still better then sittin at home doing nothing......
Combat Search and Rescue: If you go down, I'll come.
Hollister Hills SVRA. 5-1-2004. Today I tested my rock rails. It was probably the best wheeling day I've had at Hollister ever. Nothing went wrong. There was a hummer club there and one guy broke something (they didn't know what it was) and blocked one of the main little girl trails. (he didn't even break it doing something hard core, he was on a blue square trail - which is more like a dirt road than a "trail"). It was also "Syncro de Mayo" so there were abunch of VW syncros. Atleast they weren't fat n ugly like the hummers, and their drivers were cool and down to earth.
Gotta love camera angles.
I'm on the right. Andrew's on the left. I look like a *******...
Testing my C4x4 rock rails today. They passed my test with flying colors.
Kyle and his chevy did Truck Hill. It was freaking awesome. His screen name is bggrnchvy i think. Props to him, cause truck hill is intense and he did it like it was nothing.
Here's Roger doing truck hill also. This was his second time, and he also did it like it was no problem.
Front 3/4 of a Synco + back 3/4 of a Synco = 1 1/2 of a Syncro.
There's a cool Jeep shop near my house that has a little course that opens up on friday nights, nothing too spectacular but something for everyone, rocks and mud and a little off-camber and a log trap, it was a blast, here's some pics. The guy in the other XJ got stuck so we pulled him out from behind, and then wrapped the tow strap around a tree it took him a minute or so to figure it out.
Hp44, Ford 9", 37" MTR's, 5.13's