took the jeep to a place in Boulder, CO called Left Hand Canyon..... i have never been so close to rolling it over.... i went up a rock face wrong....a little loose dirt and i was almost rolling.... i had to put a chain around a tree and hook it up to my bumper to counterbalance it.... props to my wife for holding it steady while i hooked the chain up :lol:
Mods: please delete pics with inappropriate use of chains before they get more of our trails closed.
2005 Unlimited Rubicon, Sahara Edition #556, Colorado Jeep Club Member #556
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I didn't see where he had a chain around a tree, unless that pics already been deleted.
A couple of thoughts:
1) Damned that's a pretty wife
2) you appear to be a bit off the trail
3) My wife would never "hold my Jeep" to keep it from rolling over. She hates it and threatens to push if off our retaining wall all the time
Second vote for disconnects. Also, tree straps are definitely ur friend!
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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