This is the rock that I couldn't make it past... Looked a little more washed out than that and was covered in snow. I wasn't too sure of that tree holding if I slid the back tires into it.
That picture isn't me its 1FuddyMucker in the CJ and wnckrawler in the XJ.
96 ZJ 4.0
04 TJ 4.0
87 Rx7 TII
Feel free to pm me if you are interested in setting up a training class with uwharrie off road training center. Far more info to be learned than just riding the easy trails with buddies.
Originally Posted by biggoofy View Post
Transfer Case: 242
Front Axle: HP44
Rear Axle: Ford 9"
Axle Gear Ratio: 4.88
Suspension: Front and rear long arms
Tires: 35" Goodyear wrangler mtr'k's
Recovery: straps, 10,000 Engo winch
Armor: Clayton belly slid, Rear panel armor, boat sides, skid row gas tank skid
Future Mods: 1 tons
We just like to get out in the woods & have fun, hopefully not break anything.
Don't breed em' if you can't feed em'.
No they don't there are plenty of trails I'm not capable of. Like I said if interested in taking a 4 wheel drive 101 class please lmk and ill be glad to get the ball rolling for you.
Originally Posted by stachnikw View Post
We usually take the winter off but we've been doing some easy fire road type runs lately. Richland Rd and that area between Lenoir and Boone.
Lake Norman Crawlers Eat and Greet
February 12, 2013
7pm until ???
El Cerro Mexican Restaurant Mooresville, NC
All rigs and peoples are welcome!!
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