dont blame you. I'm locked front and rear with 33's getting in was no problem but getting out needed to use a winch to finish the last part since the ground is really loose on one end and the other the rocks where to large for my little tj. I would say it was defiantly harder than anypart of the rubicon, more like some sections of fordyce. If it wasnt dark already and i wasnt meeting up with other guys i would not have done it but couldn't see how hard it was until daytime the next morning.
im down to go. we could try and head to bear lake or pipejam lake really wanted to go there just ran out of time when scouting.
Wish I could go! Saturday's run won't be very challenging for you, so glad you get to do a little hard core stuff before my scenic tour, lol!
Wow topic changed to snow wheeling while i was out of town.
unfortunately it does not look as if i will have time to do this in october, looks like spring 2013 may have to be the time to go. Have to get a couple guys trained here before the end of october for the big money weekend when i will have 4 shows going and will be out of state.
I've been trying to open a weekend, but i cannot let guys who aren't properly trained in gun sales take a show, so i need to concentrate hard on training at this time .
a snow trip would be great later in the year or the beginning of next year. The jeep is ready for that and id like to get a good one in this winter before i park it in the garage to begin the next step of the transformation this winter early spring.
Well since this thread has turned into something else. When you do find some time to do the run, why don't you start a new one.
I'm from Minnesota. So I don't do snow anymore, unless I have to.
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