some nice pics but like others i dont do water higher then the bumper at most due to cold air intake and the whole hydrolock factor
i had one friend of friend who was an idiot and had his XJ for 2 days and we took it to a local muddin spot and he hits this one puddle at speed and its bout bumper deep on his stock xj so it sorta spuddle and stumbles so the fool hammers it at the next puddle and the thing takes a final gulp and throws 2 rods through the pan
had another buddy do the same and buried his dodge up to the hood and pooched his transmission,carpets,amp,crossover and subs
i love rookie wheelers that dont listen when you tell em to check the water first
as for the how do ya know depth...get out and walk it if ya dont like trackin mud and water in your vehicle get some hip waiters and toss em on the roof rack when your done
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All these pictures are great and I love seeing a Jeep used but you must have money to burn. I know I couldn't afford to take a brand new Rubi thru that and take the chance of ruining a motor or frying the electronics in it. I like a water crossing myself but that could get expensive FAST!!
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