All I have to say is WOW we got there at 7PM and I got home at 3:30AM last night. What a trail. We had my 95 ZJ, 89 XJ, 2002? TJ, 95 Ford ranger, and a 89? Ford Bronco. All but the bronco are lifted on 33" tires.
The carnage was the Ranger blew its front main seal on it trans in the last mud hole on the trail. The TJ drove 3/4 threw the mud hole and had to winch himself the rest of the way out. He then winched out the ranger. The rest of us turned around and went back the way we came. This mud hole was probably 50+yards of rutted out deep mucky mud. My problem came on the way out. I too the same line I used on this 30FT mud hole and fell off into it and sat on both axles with all 4 tires free spinning. It took us over a hour of snatching it with the XJ to get me free. The XJ ended up over heating but was ok.
Here are some pics
The bronco stuck. What was he thinking?
Then my phone dies...
Today I have to find out where the oil leak is coming from. I installed a new rear main seal in it yesterday morning and its leaking works than before.
yeah, the pics make you work to imagine what you are talking about, BUT the evidence on your Jeep...it says you had a really good time...
2007 White Jeep Wrangler X-auto, black freedom top, 15x8 Pro Comp Rock Crawlers, 33x12.5x15 BFG KM2s, Superchips Flashpaq, 2" OME Spring Lift, Bilsteins, Rusty's Adjustable front and rear trac-bar, JKS Quicker Disconnects, Rusty's adjustable lower control arms (front and rear), PolyPerformance adjustable upper control arms (front and rear), OEM Rubicon Rock Rails, Finishlinewest Stonehenge Series rear bumper, Smittybuilt winch, Body Armor Front High Clearance Bumper w/ KC Highlights mounted, Roadmaster towbar, Valley 2" receiver hitch, Skid Row Engine Transmission skid, sPod switching system, KC Highlights windshield mounted lights, Delta replacement non-quadbar xenon headlamps, and Bestop saddlebags-Member of the United Four Wheel Drive Association and Blue Ribbon Coalition, †John 3:16†
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Ive been to Dodd rd, / Bending Hickory lots of times. Its very muddy and if you dont know which lines to take youre in for a mess. The only times I ever go is at night time so I aint got any good pics either. Here is the only ones I have.