About 7 months ago...before any real mods were added I thought this would be a fun water cross, probably should have checked for rocks before entering, both front wheels were stuck on rocks and it didn't wanna budge. Finally just gave up and reversed out
first time getting stuck. thats what happens when u try to show off lol. winched out no problem though. people get stuck there a lot and there are guys that drive along the lake to pull people out... for $200! dodge drove towards me and parked hoping for a customer but my winch saved me. best investment ever.
LJ I6 4.0l, Rubicon Express 4.5" lift, 32" BFG A/T tires, steel ProComp wheels, Body Armor rear bumper, Hanson rocksliders, Skidrow skid plate, KC Daylighters 6" 130w long range lights, Smittybuilt XRC-8 winch, Cobra mini CB radio
Its hard to tell from the picture, but I was stuck up to the doors in mud at about 11:00 at night all by myself. I had nobody to pull me out since none of my friends had jeeps yet. I had to find rocks to stick underneath the rear tires to finally get some traction to get out.
06 TJ 4'' lift with 33x12.5x15 Duratracs, D30/D44 with 4.88's, front Eaton E Locker and rear factory Rubicon locker
Haha yea well I'd only had the jeep for a week or so at the time. It was around 2 am, and I was riding on that particular trail for the first time. I had spotters walking in front to make sure nothing crazy was in the trail. I saw one of em waving his hand so I assumed he meant 'come on, this puddle ain't too big' but he really meant to stop and not attempt it. Lesson learned
Both in the same day bout 2 weekends ago. First pick I caught the drift on the side and it spun me around and wedged me in blocking the road, couldn't go anywhere, amost flipped it in the process. The second was just trying to make it thru but sank in to deep.
I crossed the creek no problem but stuck it on the frame on the creek bank. Called my dad, He yanked on it from every direction with his CJ until he trashed his front drive shaft. Ended up having to dig it out with shovels. Whole process took about 3 hours.
Not me. But happened while I was out wheeling with some guys. Brand spanken new Silverado.
We kept trying to pull him out for like 2 hours. They ended it leaving it there to find someone/something to pull it out.
You can drive fast... But I can go anywhere.