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Unread 03-21-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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AZ wheeling - some pics for your enjoyment

went out with a few Jeep buddies and a pretty large Toyota group.. it was a pretty good mix of vehicles, from Jeeps, 4runners, Cruisers new and old, etc. We went to a trail called Sunflower Mine, it's an old abandoned but well preserved mercury mine. The trail getting to the mine was pretty easy going, but as the trail goes on from there it got pretty hairy. We didn't get many pictures, because the only person with a camera was my GF and having 12 vehicles makes it hard to get out and snap everything. I am in the Steel Blue wrangler, it does some impressive things with only 2.5" of lift and 31's lol.

my jeep and another '06 looking up at a 96 cruiser




this is an awesome cruiser, factory TRD supercharger, factory locked front and rear, 35's, and regeared. pretty rare rig.


"the raisin"... 86 (i think) toyota truck, solid axle, locked, bobbed, geared to something crazy like 5.88. this thing goes anywhere.


room mates '05 4runner, overland warehouse coilover lift, rock rails, 33" KM2's, factory transfer case lock, all options





after he popped two beads, finally put the different spare to use, and we were able to re seat the beat on the other.

my trusty steed



the co pilot and myself. don't mind my homeless look.


1968 land cruiser, fully restored, locked, carb'd motor, on board air. was having issues with his rear locker, but this thing was awesome regardless.


oddly enough, the only vehicle that broke was the most outfitted rig there. a brand new FJ. overland lift, ARB bumpers/rails, warn winch, full underside skids, 33" KM2's. This was his first offroading trip, and it was pretty clear to see. He took a wrong line and put his rear control arm on a rock and sheered it right in half. We were able to fix it using a small jack handle, roll cage coupling from the yota truck, and some duct tape.



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Unread 03-21-2011, 07:15 PM   #2
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those are some real cool pics!

that yota pickup doesnt looked bobbed in the pics?
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Unread 03-21-2011, 09:09 PM   #3
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Hmm I'm not sure how much he shortened it but you can see where he cut/welded in person.
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