MuddyJeepZJ is referring to the people that rode along with you in the Jeep Off-Road Course (the course where you drive a Jeep-supplied vehicle on an off-road course they built). These people were mostly comprised of college kids who were making money for school. The actual trail guides (where you drive your vehicle) drove a variety of Jeep vehicles, including TJs, KJs, CJ,s and even a couple flat fenders.
2005 Wrangler Unlimited
4.0L, 6-Speed, D30/D44 axles with 3.73s
OME 2.5" lift, JKS adjustable track bars, Currie Anti-Rock
Jeeperman front and rear bumpers, ORO taillights
Skid Row steering and engine skids
AEV Bridger wheels and Toyo Open Country M/T tires--much more to come!