Bump in hope of seeing more water crossings! I have done a few water crossings, and am a fan of them. I did a breather mod for my 32rh because I blew it getting water in... I would suggest the breather even if you don't do water crossings much. Particularly in this part of alabama, there isn't much wheeling to do that doesn't involve crossing some sort of water.
that one is from a while back, pardon our conversations. This one is from the other day... small water.
and there is my mother's Jeep... Once again, please ignore our comments. (video)
And mine again, before the lift. This was a small one, but it was an actual creek, and its about bumper deep in the middle. (Also video)
Edit:Here are a few from today after class. It's flooding pretty bad right now.
'98 jeep tj, Zone 2" BB, d30 aussie locked /d35 open. 31x10.5 KM2's cragar soft 8, rockhard sport cage, midland CB radio, tuff designs rear bumper/ tire carrier, trans. cooler and extended breather.
"if you ain't gettin' stuck, you ain't doin' enough."
not the deepest but, geee deep for me! yes i got water inside, thanks god its rhinolined!
Looks like JW Corbett on the tomato field grade
2008 JK 2 DR Steel Blue Rubicon: 3.5" Suspension lift, Adjustable front and rear track bars, Smittybilt SRC Rock Sliders, 325/65/18 ProComp Xtreme AT 18x9" KMC Monsters, Warn Elite Series Front Bumper w/ Smittybilt X2O 8000 Winch http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/y...build-1367636/
I think we have a winner. I'm guessing this jeep was on a ship sunk during WWII.
Cool photo! My dad who was in the service on the back end of Korea told me that when WWII ended with Japan, rather then to ship newly built Jeeps back, they either left them where they were on land (which the locals took), or if on a ship they dumped them.