No photo, but right after I bought my TJ I was going up a step climb in Colorado that required 4-low and there was a drop off behind me, and the 4-low popped out, and then again, so I had to hold the lever in place to keep it in gear. I first thought there was something wrong , but thanks to JF I was told to adjust the linkage.
My scariest would have to be a river crossing. Out on an old military base, saw signs saying "4x4 tactical vehicles only". Did on stream crossing no problem, wheeled around, etc.
Came to another stream crossing that looked nearly identical to the first...but something was off. My friend says "dude, it's the same one, just go." I questioned him a few times and he called me an idiot, so...
Into 4Lo and off we go. Front end just sinks! Luckily I had good forward momentum, water was running up over the hood, fan was clapping in the water, etc. JUST made it out, water marks up to the door handles.
SOMEHOW I didn't hydro-lock! Thanks god. Hahaha. Never listened to him again.
this isnt too bad, but its fairly narrow and there are trees on both sides. its steep enough that it would be very difficult to walk up. earlier in the day another member tried it in his CJ5 and broke his frame, and the output on a dana 300. so i had reason to be nervous
2010 Magnetic Toyota 4Runner Trail Teams
buddies jeep down at rausch. there were seven of us on the end of the spotter line, and jeep was pulling us around like rag dolls as it worked its way along the pile. it actually got worse then this, so the guy taking the pics ran and grabbed the line as well:
'05 LJ, 3"+ lift, 1.25" BL + MML, 35X12.5 Toyo M/Ts on 16" beadlocks, HPD44 and HPD60, 4-speed Atlas
. it sank another 6-10 inches waiting for 2 hours for my friends to come back. ps. this isn't my jeep its a friends when we popped his jeep cherry.i posted the video of what it took to get us out its like the last couple minutes of the video if you want to skip.
some reason it won't post so here's the URL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqCOaghQvSQ