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!
Originally Posted by dragginwagon406
If you ran Trail 4, 5, or 6. you will know the rock pil at the end of TR5 (all three were run in a series). I drove one over the pile on Saturday during the 10am Trail 4 ride (I talked the Engineer out of it after taking her over the pile in my Rubi). One nice thing about guiding at events like that. Also the torque curves are all but the same for the 3.8L and the 4.0L. If you went to one of the round tables they were showing them off, and if asked in the engineering tent they were also.
Originally Posted by cab76
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