It is truly simple. Go up the center once your front tires flatten out turn right. Once you start heading for the notch you want your left front tire about a foot left of the groove. Once your there just walk up it. If you drive the notch you will do what I did and bounce all over the place (all tho it will look badass on my first line)
By all means, do so. I saw one video of you going right up it with no problems whatsoever, and since we have similar set ups I figured I could as well. I'll have to see it in person first though, since I have to drive mine home.
Hey I can tell you how to get up potato salad hill without bouncing like I did the first time.
Let me know, I can tell you the place to put your driverside tire and make it first time and look all pro doing it lol.
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