Sliders help....but seriously, I'm on 35s with 4" of lift and I had to try REALLY hard to scratch up my sliders (like purposely crawl up a boulder and slide down on them). And I've done this trail without sliders.
I think the stock rubis had 32s on them....but I've seen stockers do it.
i ran it in a stock LJ on 30" bfg at's. i dont remember that section in the video but i did everything else fine. wasn't even disco'd or aired down haha. even managed to get my buddy's 07 taco on 31s i think through fine, no harm done anywhere. fun trail and if theres something you think is too much for your rig theres a way around it like they said. im sure your ZJ would do fine on it.
Yeah I found out that the bypass around the V-Notch is a good mile and a half I have 33s on a 2in suspension spacer and 3 in BL... Equals ZERO ARTICULATION!!! AND I didn't air down or disconnect at all! I did ok on most of it, a little teetering here and there. I bypassed the stuff that I thought for sure I couldn't make. All in all, a great trail for beginners or advanced drivers.
Just a heads up- my laptop died on me, so I won't be on for another 10 days or so. I have a few pics and vids of the trip, but they're stuck on the dead guy. I'll post them here as soon as I can get them up.
__________________ 2000 4dr XJ 2WD, 4.0L auto Gone, but not forgotten- 1998 TJ Sport
"i'd want a bottle of 12 year old scotch and a 24 pack of rubbers. i'll go places with a hard-on that most people wont go with a mechanized infantry batallion."