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Old 10-10-2011, 04:13 PM   #61
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Chris knows the names of the trails we did, but I did every trail Chris led us to in a totally stock JK Rubi. With decent tires I don't see why a stock JK or JKU wouldn't make it. Siffriver in his JKU rubi had to do a couple multi point turns on some of the tighter trails.
Sweet good to know! One of the Jeep JK forums is doing a TSF run later this month. Just trying to figure would what trail would be stock friendly besides Cedar Tree.

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Old 10-10-2011, 04:20 PM   #62
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Sweet good to know! One of the Jeep JK forums is doing a TSF run later this month. Just trying to figure would what trail would be stock friendly besides Cedar Tree.
I was riding on the skid plates and rock sliders a lot on a couple of the trails, so if some of them are a little worried about that they might not like it.

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Old 10-10-2011, 04:23 PM   #63
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I was riding on the skid plates and rock sliders a lot on a couple of the trails, so if some of them are a little worried about that they might not like it.
True! But it gives the skid plates character!
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Firebrake 4 (trail 14) I herd got tore up with rains. First section the most north one will be very hard for a stock jk or jku. Other wise should be ok, there's always the logging road by passes.
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Firebrake 4 (trail 14) I herd got tore up with rains. First section the most north one will be very hard for a stock jk or jku. Other wise should be ok, there's always the logging road by passes.
Yea, I figured Firebreak 5 would be a no go for most of the stockers.

But getting stuck is good training for them!
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Yea give them a chance to use those fancy winchs.
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Saddle Up is not an easy trail, but I've seen stock Jeeps come down. Going up is another story.
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Saddle Up is not an easy trail, but I've seen stock Jeeps come down. Going up is another story.
Hogs Back, Bates Road, and 7-up should be stocker friendly? Somewhat.....?
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Yes definitely. For 7 Up, make sure you only do the area circled in the pic below...
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Yea, I figured Firebreak 5 would be a no go for most of the stockers.

But getting stuck is good training for them!

Also the powerline trail is a pretty good stock friendly trail with one tough section for stockers west of the University falls rd. intersection..
And of course by-pass the mini rubicon section...
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The little rubicon, and crusher are my next two challenges.
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Hogs Back, Bates Road, and 7-up should be stocker friendly? Somewhat.....?
Dave did all those tails in the YJ when stock ( excpet 7-up). JKs sit higher off the show room floor than his YJ so I would say yes. I can't talk about 7-up as I have not been on that trail yet.
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The little rubicon, and crusher are my next two challenges.
I wanna watch! let me know when!
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The little rubicon, and crusher are my next two challenges.
So when exactly is this going to happen? And where is the little Rubicon?
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It's a trail at Browns camp. let me find my photo of it :-)
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Due to work schedule and weather probably late next spring
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I'm in for crushers once I get some more skid plates.
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Looks fun! Wish I had the hydralics or air lift like that guy has. Pretty cool vid. Is the trail open year round or too much snow?
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I've never seen Little Rubicon closed.
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Ken when are you going to do LR ??
Chris I will be looking forward to you making a run out of it! we can vid and photo it :-)

Yeah wouldn't the hydraulics be cool!
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Ill do it probaly spring after the snow. Comming in to hunting season so alot of people are taking vacation so ill be working alot for the next two months.
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Ill do it probaly spring after the snow. Comming in to hunting season so alot of people are taking vacation so ill be working alot for the next two months.
Sounds good. Just keep me updated please I would love to come cheer you on!
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So did we find something that Yoda doesn't want to do?
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The little rubicon, and crusher are my next two challenges.
This might have me talked into 37's over 35's. That way when you go if I get a hair up my but I may try it out with ya.

My lift will be here late next week, just need wheels and tires to finish it off.
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This might have me talked into 37's over 35's. That way when you go if I get a hair up my but I may try it out with ya.

My lift will be here late next week, just need wheels and tires to finish it off.

Hey check out Custom Hummer Wheels double bead locks and 37in tires for about 1400$
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Hey check out Custom Hummer Wheels double bead locks and 37in tires for about 1400$
I've been checking them out, thanks for the link btw. I'm hesitant to buy them due to the limited tires available in a 16.5" rim, plus I don't really like the look of the tires you can get with them, seems like limited side lugs and all just smooth rubber side walls. Your thoughts? I know the price is outstanding for a double bead lock though.
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Don't forget if buying true bead lock they are illegal to run on the road.

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