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Unread 09-13-2011, 09:56 PM   #1
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Big Rock Off Road in KY

Went to a local place called Big Rock Offroad park over the weekend. It has been open to trucks for only about a year, but open to ATV's and dirbikes for probably 12 years or so. It was always fun on quads, but figured we would give it a try in 4x4's this time.

The Rides.
My 1995 Jeep grand Cherokee


Adam S-10 blazer on Full WIdths from a 76 F250


Pickles 93 YJ on 35's


and COdy's 2002 Taco.








Hi-centered on the tires.








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Unread 09-13-2011, 09:57 PM   #2
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adam is fully locked on new 37's. could pick any way he wanted through the tire garden with ease.














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What happens when you do a 40 MPH blast through a rough field.


ended the day playing on the tires some more as well. I would have tried some harder lines, but i busted the spider gears in the rear of the jeep so i only had fwd for the most part.


This Guy was had a built jeep, but was afraid to try much. he posed here, then back off. saw him 3-4 times that day, watching everyone else try the harder stuff.





ended up needing a tug as his shackle was hanging up on one of the tires.


and the Yota High centered




tried a new line, to only make it worse


Took a winch and two jeeps hooked together to get him off this time




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Unread 09-18-2011, 12:29 PM   #4
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Nice pics. Looks fun.
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