Well I figure it is about time for me to do one of these.
I bought my Jeep in april of 2009
Her she is when I got her
Going Jeeping the Day I bought it
We ended up getting stuck somewhere else and had to get get my buddies dad to bring a bulldozer to pull us out the next day.
I did a little wheeling with her
Then I ordered my lift a
Rough Country Series Two 3in Suspension Lift
Nitro 9000 Shocks
JKS Quick Disconnects
Front and Rear Diff Guards
Single Steering Stabilzer
I was still running the BF Goodrich All Terrian KO's in 235/75R15
Jeeping the Day after install
I got stuck on this I dug my lower Control Arms in to the ground
2008 JK X, Silver
Winterforces ain't half bad in the mud! The Silver Bullet
Originally Posted by Xerxes
I need $$$$$$$ for O|||||||O
Originally Posted by BlueFlame
But the REAL answer is a True Jeeper goes topless all winter with nothing more than a jacket and never complains. If he's cold, he never shows it, if he's wet and miserable he mans up and shuts up.
If you can't do that, put the top back on because you're a poser anyway.
Here I am about to get stuck again, everything was fine until the ground gave way and I slipped in to the crevice
Here I am stuck
Thank God for E-Tools. I had my rear differential on the ground my right rear tire was in still not on the ground, my right side was resting up against the dirt embankment. I took me about 3 hours to dig myself to a point where I could put some rocks under the tires to get enough traction to drive out.
I then removed My Rear Sway Bar, and my flares and bumber end caps
Videos from a trip on 8-31-09
I then did a little more Jeeping on 9-4-09
I did make it up just not in the video
I then did some more on 9-5-09
A couple of videos
The Video does not do justice to the hill. The first time I tried I was in 4WD-H and made it part the way up but when I made it to the turn I lost my momentum and could not continue, so I backed it down and put it in 4WD-L and made it with a little diffuculty. The hill is about 35-40 degrees with a right hand turn and covered in loose rocks.