We were able to get a few jeeps out to West Palm Beach this weekend. Two groups went out and unfortunately never met up. Myself a brand new JK and a lifted TJ went out and then 2 TJ's, a CJ and a lifted JK were in the other group. I was able to finally meet up with the other group at the end. 1 casualty with the CJ's starter dying but not too shabby
First pic was right before heading out and one of the few times both toys get in the garage at the same time as the wife was out
this looks awesome! it's so hard to find people to go out with, especially since all my friends got rid of their trucks. I'm in south boynton, and I used to go to Corbett every once in a while, but I don't know of any other places really. haven't gone out in forever and been dying to. if you guys are meeting up again, it would be awesome to tag along.
Very nice ride! Next time you meet in the WPB area, please let me know and I'll join :-)
Black 2009 JKU Rubi
3.5" RC lift w. springs, 2.2 shocks
front adj. track bar, dual steering stabilizers
G-2 pumpkin covers w. lub lockers
35" Nitto Trail Grapplers on 17x9 American Racing
Olympic front bumper, 12k winch, extra lights
Smitty side armor
Smitty rear bumper w. tire carrier and jack
Bully Dog Tuner
Cobra 75WX CB on ch. 4
Volant CAI w. snorkel
Looks like some fun! Did you have a soft or hard bottom underneath that water? Osceola national forest has lots of water on the trails up here but its mostly a hard bottom so traction is usually not an issue.
2011 Flame Red 2dr Wrangler Rubicon, Poison Spyder Evap Skid, Extended Breatherlines, 4' Firefly Antenna, Uniden Pro520xl, Rock Krawler 2.5 Stock Mod Lift, Bilstein 5100's, Rugged Ridge XHD Front Bumper, Warn M8000, Rugged Ridge XHD Snorkel
A mix but normally soft sticky muddy bottoms. Not horrible for knobby tires but the stockers get caked and become slick. Water helps to wash it off but still can be an issue. Other issue is there are a lot of mud buggies with 50+" skinny tires which make massive ruts in the trails so high centering can become a big issue.