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Unread 11-20-2010, 07:09 PM   #31
Motorep
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What do we need to be equiped for gunslinger and bronco peak?

Ill give it a try, If I'm not on call that weekend.
It depends if you're going up or down the connector. If you're going down then 33's and a lack of concern for body damage is all you need. If going up 35's and lockers are what I would recommend. Body damage is a possibility going up as well.

Everyone has a different opinion on what is a tough or black diamond trail. For me going up the connector is the toughest stuff I've done in SoCal not including Johnson Valley.

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Unread 11-20-2010, 10:27 PM   #32
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It depends if you're going up or down the connector. If you're going down then 33's and a lack of concern for body damage is all you need. If going up 35's and lockers are what I would recommend. Body damage is a possibility going up as well.

Everyone has a different opinion on what is a tough or black diamond trail. For me going up the connector is the toughest stuff I've done in SoCal not including Johnson Valley.
Thanks for the break down.

I get the chills by just thinking of running a trail that hard.

I'm trying to eliminated the weak links in my Jeep the fastest possible, to run trails like that
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