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Old 10-30-2008, 05:29 PM   #1
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I want to hear everyone's best "jeep tales"

i want to hear everyones best story's from out on the trails. Anything, something you did, or your friend did, or tht @sshole on the jamboree. tell me about an obstacle that you overcame, or the one that you didn't. regale us with your stories. pictures are always helpful.

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Old 10-30-2008, 05:49 PM   #2
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short story well, actually the 'condensed version...

my sister got her current jeep last spring, may-ish i think. We drove about an hour each way to buy it. We both fell in love with it when we saw it for the first time...anyways, the following day we drove about 25 minutes out to a friends farm before it even had plates/registration while out there we were the only true off road truck. there were a handful of quads and such. But we decide to take it through this mud pit about 300 ft long and god knows how deep about 50 feet from the end my sis slowed down for some reason and she stalled it as we tried to get it out we buried it up past the rear diff in mud, and then we found out that the vacuum lines were bad so we had 2wd(actually 1 lol)...we got it out with like 8 ppl pushing and 4 hrs of work we also fried an ATV's belt trying to pull it out...
here's a few pics out of many of the carnage


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short story well, actually the 'condensed version...

my sister got her current jeep last spring, may-ish i think. We drove about an hour each way to buy it. We both fell in love with it when we saw it for the first time...anyways, the following day we drove about 25 minutes out to a friends farm before it even had plates/registration while out there we were the only true off road truck. there were a handful of quads and such. But we decide to take it through this mud pit about 300 ft long and god knows how deep about 50 feet from the end my sis slowed down for some reason and she stalled it as we tried to get it out we buried it up past the rear diff in mud, and then we found out that the vacuum lines were bad so we had 2wd...we got it out with 8 ppl pushing and 4 hrs of work we also fried an ATV's belt trying to pull it out...
here's one pic out of many of the carnage

Dude, you should have pulled it out with the van!
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Old 10-30-2008, 05:57 PM   #4
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Dude, you should have pulled it out with the van!
van was at home other wise i would have at least i have a locker
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a few weeks after i got my new tj a friend and i were on our way to go out to dinner, we took a little detour to a known mud hole. my jeep was stock except for the a/t tires that i had put on. well i had all of zero off road experience. so i figured lets make a go at this hole that i know nothing about. well we got stuck, bad. the ruts that i had gotten myself into were made by a truck that had huge tires. we were alone, like idiots. i had to call my husband to come pull us out. i felt like an ass!!
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Old 10-30-2008, 08:15 PM   #6
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come on.....somebody else needs to have stories, too. don't make me whine. i'll friggen do it.
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guys on the trail up in front of us hit a bees nest.....then we were waiting to get to the obstacle and the bees came after us like junkyard dogs. ended up running around like a goofball, getting stung and screeching like a banshee. the bees were in control of mine and two other rigs for a solid 45 minutes before we hauled ass. i ended up having to go to the clinic the following week bc my hand puffed up huge and itched like a banshee....the sting in my thumb joint gave me some reaction or something. it was one of about 5 stings, iirc
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dude. i hate bugs so if that were me screamed at the top of my lungs in that high frequency woman scream with the arms flailing and everything. glad i wasn't there
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I just got my 04 sport a little over a month ago, well I have dreamed about a jeep for years and saved every dime I had, I saved 10K while in high school and my awesome parents put in 3k and I could have pissed my pants when I went to go get my jeep and finally got it the 1st thing I did was take the hardtop off and those doors had to go, I was in heaven I went down to the wolf river where tons of my friends went muddin, (trails galore) So I was having the time of my life in 4wd then there it was that dreaded mud pit that looked like 1000 tractors just went through I had no idea how deep it was I had never gotten that far on the trail before, I used to dive a Nissan pathfinder 2wd, So I went for it not knowing that I wasnt in 4wd anymore I guess I accidentaly bumped it out, and I got STTTTTUUUUCCCCCKKKKK, I found myself covered in mud there was water and mud flooding the inside of my jeep and my interior was caked in mud, well I had a friend pull me out, and drove home pulled the drain plugs and started cleaning it took 3 days before I got it looking descent to this day im still finding mud in weird places like inside my air vent and in my stereo knobs, and finally after all that work I was in class and this freak storm came and it monsooned for like 2 minutes and once again I had a swimming pool inside my new jeep the final day of cleaning and detailing. It was a mess but it cleaned my seats off better than I did, and I lost my drive out tags in that muddy pit somewhere it was aweful
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i want to hear everyones best story's from out on the trails. Anything, something you did, or your friend did, or tht @sshole on the jamboree. tell me about an obstacle that you overcame, or the one that you didn't. regale us with your stories. pictures are always helpful.
i could tell you about the time i climbed up this relatively large ledge ( very large for my rig at the time, with no lift, ) or how about the time i, you know, broke in the jeep, if you get what im saying
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ok, lets hear both. you've got our attention lets hear it.
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Here's one from this weekend.

So a friend of mine spends a couple grand on a new cage for his rig. There's actually a thread about it in the TJ section. His rig is out of commission for like 3 months. He gets it back this week and him and some of the boys head out and hit some trails Saturday. So Ben gets up to the big fall on this one trail and does a comple endo off of it. I'm talking straight ass over tea kettle. Bent his frame about 8 inches up front. Busted motor mounts etc..... That all being said that friggin monster cage SAVED HIS LIFE.

Same weekend about 150 miles away at another popular wheelin spot a family of 4 was in their well built TJ playing on a dirt hill when obviously something went very very wrong. They took several tumbles best I can tell and no one was wearing seatbelts. Driver (husband) ends up dying and the rest of the crew were life flighted out. Back seat is ripped out of the jeep.

Moral of my two stories is WEAR YOUR FRIGGIN SEATBELTS. Ben had 4 point harness, helmet, and well built cage and had no scratches or dents to show for it on his person. The other family was not properly attached and paid the price.
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:20 AM   #13
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i just read about that on the other thread. that is so unfortunate. all they had to do was buckle the hell up. my jeep doesnt move until everyone straps in, PERIOD.
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ok, lets hear both. you've got our attention lets hear it.
so myself and my lady friend drove up one of the nearby mountains, place with a great view, etc etc,started spending some, you know "quality time" together, standing next to my jeep.
What i failed to mention is that we had bailed out of a party at our house to get away for a few. So my good friend jim, driver of a 95? ish, YJ, lifted, trail guide at camp jeep etc., decided to track us down. he also put about 5 of our friends in the back of his YJ, seat was pulled out.
So there her and i are, some clothing was missing, and she sees headlights coming up the road, i look over and see those two square lights bouncing up the road... i jump in, turn my jeep on, throw it in 4WD and completely neglect the road trying to get away, he did the same chasing me. Long story short , after a on.offroad chase, her and i finally lost them and broke my TJ in.
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........Long story short , after a on.offroad chase, her and i finally lost them and broke my TJ in.
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I got 2 stories and they both take place in Oregon, long before I rose my right hand. First, me and a friend/co-worker decided to take my jeep(stock except 1" shackles) wheelin at about 9am Saturday morning. No biggie. I knew a place to play in the mud about 15-20 minutes from town. I'd only had the jeep a year and been wheeling like 2 or 3 times. The only catch is my friend has to be to work at around noon. We get up there and are throwin mud everywhere and pretty much make it up and down every one of the trails except 1. At this point we have already hit every trail twice and are on our way home with about 1 hour to spare before he needs to go to work. We're sittin there staring down this "1" trail we haven't attempted, kinda sizing it up. This trail appears to have ruts 3 feet deep and half full of water with a side trail right next to it full of water. I'm thinkin we should go home but my friend and I both have that funny smile on our face. I said "I'll bet if I get enough speed we can clear that trail on the side".

So we spend the next hour walking back to civilization to get a phone and/or signal on the cell phones. We finally got a hold of a 4x4 club and they had one of the guys come and pull us the 35 feet or so back that we had achieved. As soon as we hit the hole, all 4 tires left the ground and we slid that 35 feet on the diffs. My friend did make to work..........2 hours late. Our boss was PISSED!!!! But he later laughed it off.



Next story. Some time later I bought some new 31" Wildcat M/T's on a Friday afternoon. Saturday around noonish, my brother-in-law calls me up and says he has a friend that lives out of town and his dad has several acres of land. He said there is this one trail that I need to take my jeep up and break in the new tires. I think he sensed that I was considering saying no because he threw in that phrase that no jeeper can resist..."I'll bet your jeep can't make it up that trail". It was on like Donkey Kong!! I showed up to my in-laws house and pick him up. Then we head up to his friends house. There are already a couple of people there to see some idiot in a jeep make a run at some hill. There are a couple pick-ups there that could potentially yank me out if I don't make it so all is well there. We are parked at the bottom of the hill looking up and it didn't look that bad. Once again, to my dismay, I didn't make it very far. This one I am not totally sure what happened. One thing I noticed as I was walking around was the mud was very sticky and the ground was just plain soft everywhere. So I back up a bit to get a run at it. I made it about 150 feet or so up this road and, all at once I hit something under the mud and the jeep bounces out of the ruts and slides into the ditch. There must have been a log or something under the mud. It all happened so fast I was just trying to figure out what happened. I tried going forward but it was obvious that that wasn't an option. So I backed up. I made it most of the way out but the ditch got deeper and the jeep started leaning a lot farther to the passenger side. Then there was virtually no weight on the drivers side so it wouldn't go anymore(damn open diffs). I hooked the tow rope up to one of the pick-ups and he pulled me out. At one point when I was hooking up the tow strap I leaned against the jeep and it started to go over. I had to grab the door and pull it back.





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precarious pics. !
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wow, steep angle. how did you manage not to roll it?
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Luck I guess. It started to go over when I leaned against it. It felt kinda weird pushing up on the door to get out.
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My buddy wrote this about one night out wheelin:

My buddies and I are always looking for new thrills. Last night we blazed some new trails and we got a little bit stuck... 3 Jeeps, 6 People, and rain that afternoon... First run was fine, we made it farther than we ever had on a minimum maintiance road turned ATV trails. No problems. Needless to say, it had been a while since we had done some hardcore riding and that easy trail was just fuel to the fire. We came back with dirty jeeps, but we wanted more. We decided to hit up some ATV trails we had found earlier this year. There was some mud, big hills... you know basic stuff; or so we thought. Leading the pack was Matt, with a 92 XJ sporting my custom cut 32 x 11.5s (thanks swissfoo!), followed closely by Branden, a 94 XJ with bald stocks (who had impressed us all thus far), and Derek, a 98 TJ with 31 x 10.5 TSLs. My jeep wasn't going to make it, we had to leave it behind. Last time we took this particular trail, I got my jeep pretty well buried in mud, but we figured we could make it with the new tires and the TJ along, if Brandon got stuck, we had the means to get him out, right? WRONG. Matt went forward, dropped his right front into about 2 feet of mud, Brandon followed suit. Derek didn't get so much stuck in the mud, he got high centered. Matt and Brandon got buried pretty good before we decided that we needed to try something other than just shit-canning it. :S So we tried Matt first, figured we get him out, he would pull Branden and then Derek would be last. We moved Matt about 5 feet with a hi-lift jack and tow straps and then couldn't get him anywhere else, considering he was buried to his headlights in mud. After we tried Branden for about 5 minutes, we realized that Derek was our best bet. Time update: 1:00 AM, all of us covered in mud to at least our knees, and it starts to rain (We started at 11:00 PM). The women were starting to get tired and cold, but were doing their best to help us out in any way possible. We tried the hi-lift again with Derek, but the trees right in front of him weren't right for pulling out a jeep. We decided to hook up to a tree on the side. We got Derek out of his rutts and in just the right spot to throw a log underneath his tires and get him up the hill, actually it was a drop off, and he was out. FINALLY, some hope. Still raining, we started on Branden. We hooked three tow ropes together and pulled and pushed, and pulled and pushed, and pulled and pushed; well you get the idea. We had nothing. Branden just wasn't going to move. In the meantime, Matt's jeep decided to fill up with water, ruining two of the four cell phones we had along. We were all losing our steam and our hope, when suddenly, we had an idea. Derek, Matt, and the girls go back to the house, get my cell phone and call one of our other jeep buddies... If he can't get us out, nobody can (You will understand why). So off they go in the night, leaving me and Branden with the jeeps. The trek back to Matt's proved difficult too, we couldn't get back up the way we came down and Derek had never been out with us, so he didn't know where to go. They followed the trail around and finally found a gravel road that led to a cabin out in the area we were. They called Jon and waited. About 45 minutes later, it started to thunder... Wait, that wasn't thunder... that's Jon!! If we are going to blame this fiasco on anybody, Jon would be the one. He turned Matt, Branden, and I onto jeeps. He's a good man. Anyways, about Jon's jeep, a 93 XJ, 5.5 custom long arm suspension, 33 cooper trail cutters (brand new), locked front and rear, and here's where the thunder comes in, a custom built 350 stroked to 383 with 200 shot nitrous... totaling a net of 650 Rear wheel horsepower. Yup, that's how bad we were stuck, we needed a miracle in the form of jeep and we had found it. By the time they got back it was about 3:15 AM, raining off and on, and a lot colder than what it was when we started. Resting in Branden's jeep, I can here some jeeps in the distance. I immediately knew it was Jon by the way he was barreling down the trail basically like he was on a sidewalk. They brought back with them a 50ft steel cable and a ray of hope. We started with Branden, had him out in about 12 pulls! YAY. Now it was Matt's turn. Started with the cable, snapped it right in half. Ok, that wasn't going to work, we got the tow ropes and started pulling. After about 15 or 20 pulls, the work was over. At 4:15 AM we got back to Matt's, the girls were sleeping, and our jeep parade had come to an end for the night. Just in time too, it started to downpour! So, after 5 hours of...fun... we were all able to go wash the dirt off and warm up. As Derek was saying the whole night, This is how memories are made! And man, did we show my wife and Derek's girlfriend a good time on their maiden voyage! Pictures will be posted as soon as we get new cell phones, find the camera, and get the mud out of our (r)ears! **Moral of the story: When in doubt, call Jon!**
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Before I bought my YJ I had a 98 grand cherokee on 4.5 inches and 31 BFG mud terrains. I hadn't gotten stuck in a while and had gotten a little too confident. My buddies convinced me that I could make it through a river behind a water treatment plant. I did good for a while on the rocks, but it turned into sand and my front right tire got stuck in a sink hole when I was almost out of the river. This had me my Jeep at a 45 degree angle in the water. Well, it had been raining the entire day and the water was still rising. Tailpipe was under water, water was coming in through the grill, and my automatic tranny was completely underwater. The entire right side of the interior had about a foot of muddy water in it. Computer was underwater but suprisingly did not get messed up other than the fact that none of my windows worked after this and the dome light didnt come on. My jeep sat in the river for 6 hours even though there was a lifted locked and supercharged 4 runner who wouldnt take his rig into the water. Finally a Taco on 37's came and winched me out. That guy has ended up saving our ass a lot since then. I actually drove home fine, flushed out the tranny, but it was too late. The transmission was done after a few days. I am pretty sure Aamco took me for a ride, but I had no choice at the time. Cost me $2900 I had made that summer at Auto Bell working my ass off. Luckily I was able to use Auto Bells equipment when we werent busy to clean out the Jeep. It smelled like ass juice for 3 weeks even though I left the windows down and cleaned everything out. I haven't been through a river since.
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I went camping last weekend and forgot my tent of all things so I slept under the stars in my jeep, I didnt have the top on it and a cat jumped in my Jeep and hung out with me a little bit then I had to scare it off b/c it decided my bars looked like an excellent spot to sharpen its claws.
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I went camping last weekend and forgot my tent of all things so I slept under the stars in my jeep, I didnt have the top on it and a cat jumped in my Jeep and hung out with me a little bit then I had to scare it off b/c it decided my bars looked like an excellent spot to sharpen its claws.

. that's why i dont like cats. my dog has never needed to sharpen her claws.
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. that's why i dont like cats. my dog has never needed to sharpen her claws.
I hear ya, I nearly punted that cat, I'm more of a dog lover myself

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