So where is the obsticle? I wouldn't think twice about driving over that in my bone stock JK sport. That is one of those "off road" things at the Land Rover dealership right? The ones they use to try to convince rich people that the $60,000 Range Rover they are buying really is as capable as a Jeep lol. There are plenty of youtube videos of stock JK's that will give you a good idea of what yours is capable of.
From my Rover days, if I recall correctly, those side tilts on the LR Center courses run 37.5*. Range Rover Classics, Defenders, etc had a 'safe' operating side tilt angle of 40*.
When I was living in Boulder a few years back, there was a guy that tried to take his Toyota 4Runner on LR Flat Irons course after hours ... The incline was too much and he rolled.
I've given up my Rover addiction in favor of Jeeps. However, having spent literally hundreds of hours off road behind the wheels Defenders, Range Rover Classics, and Discovery Series 1s (but, often times in the presence of Jeeps), IMHO, they have Jeep beat in the side tilt department. From my (albeit limited) time in my TJ, though good, I'd be leery of anything beyond 35*.
That said, I'm sure there are others with far more experience behind the wheels of Jeeps that would argue with me.
Can't wait to see what the new JKU will do, though.
Since we're on the subject of side tilts, one of my favorite side tilt pics ....
Quintessential Camel Trophy.
That said, the camera is rotated about 15 degrees off vertical ... Still impressive given the roof load. I have another great one of a Range Rover Classic at 45*, just gotta find it???
Now, back to JKs!
Edit 1 ... Crap, can't see the image. Will correct ASAP. Edit 2 - apparently, I can't load images to image shack from my iPhone/iPad. Even with the app, I can't get it to work. But, I did find a smaller version of the pic here:http://www.cameltrophy.co.uk/history/1983.htm - first pic in the series.
I would get disco'd so your springs can soak up as much of that hill as they can. then go slow. your always safer going slightly up or slightly down the hill verses straight sideways, because more weight will be on either front or rear and that part will start to lift off the groud first. just go slow. my 3 inch lifted Tj can get the front about this far and not roll, and thats with the sway bar connected. so it was pretty stupid.
its about 30 degrees prob a little bit more. and I probably could have gone more if I had a taller stump lol. I imagine a stock JK would be able to go a ton further over.
Ryan - A good eye, a light foot, and a smart rig. Bolt-ons are boring