I agree with charger also about front bumpers. First time I took my WJ to a pay n play, I knocked out my foglight with in 30 min. of getting there. I have a 2" lift and by the end of the day all the plastic air dams were missing, and reversing in the mud ripped the plastic cover off half way off.
Now as far as WJ capability, I was very proud to be pulled out buy a couple guys in samurais that were exo framed, locked and well pounded on. One of them asked me how I got my station wagon so far back in the s***. It was a fun day.
Originally Posted by marcall
This why I'm glad to live in the American west, Arizona to be exact. It's all open free and plentiful 4 wheeling. The concept of pay to drive trails is completely foreign to me. I know they have them in the midwest and back east but out west it's all open and free. Ok now with that said I'm a big fan of the UK you all have some beautiful land.
LoL the only wheeling in my area is illegal wheeling or the bumpy dirt road to your camp site. Other then that you have to travel AND pay. Must be nice to wheel for free.
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7 low output quadradrive. 31in General Grabber AT2, OME HD, bilstein 5100, IRO sway links, addco rear sway. Kolak 3in exhaust with flowmaster SUV 50, magnaflow 3in cat, Custom K and N FIPK, modded airbox with ram air, Fastman 71mm Throttle body, PML RFE Deep pan, Autometer digital trans temp gauge, P.I.E. aux adapter, Infinity reference 3.5/6x9/6.5, 200w inverter, surco rack, front/rear/cargo husky liners. WJ Build!
Yeah liquid, the guys in the Sams were joking around. Called my jeep a wagon. It did look rather large next to those little crawlers. they were nice and it was all in the name of getting muddy. I personally call my jeep a truck though.
It's always a strange classification... so many Jeep guys insist their vehicle is NOT an SUV, but a Jeep. Others call it a truck, I mean we have everything truck-like except a frame. One of my personal favorites is "Manwagon".
On the subject of wheelin, im always worried that im going to tip over. Has anybody got any pictures to show how much of an angle a wj can drive on. Im going to lift it 3-4'' soon too, will that help or make it more likely to roll?