|12-11-2009 12:48 PM|
Thanks again for more helpful information. I was checking out videos on you tube at your suggestion and was both stunned and impressed with the depth of the water and how effective the wrangler was handling it. Since mine is a daily driver, I know I don't want to take on water/mud like I saw in the video. It does seem that in either location, catskills or Pine Barrens, I should have beginner trails that will let me get my feet wet so to speak without any collatoral damage.
I look forward to your photos/videos, especially of the more beginner trails.
|12-11-2009 07:53 AM|
|12-10-2009 09:43 PM|
|cg2112||Thanks for the feeback. I was looking to hear about the jeep jamboree in the Catskills and the Pinebarrens. The photos from the PineBarrens looked like some real deep water. As a beginner, that concerned me. Im looking for some basic off road trails. It seems that I should be ok if I attended either one of them. Keep the feedback coming.|
|12-10-2009 10:54 AM|
|12-10-2009 10:19 AM|
|john's ct jeep||I will second the mass "go topless day" meet alot of good people, and got alot of good advice. Talon is right on when he said it is a blast.|
|12-10-2009 08:00 AM|
I think its a great way to learn what your jeep can do along with meeting other jeep owners. I have been a trail guide with the program for several years. As for the trail most trips have different skills levels so you can find something that works for you. I would find a trip you think you might like and then look on youtube for video. That is a good way to get a better feel.
Also stock jeeps do great. Few things I would get if you don't have them. Front and rear tow points. Tools to unhook the front sway bar links and some zip ties to tie them to the frame. This will help your jeep flex better off road. Handles a bit like jello on road, so be ready for that. Other usefull items, CB, I also would say maybe some rockerguards if its in the budget, as to me its worth a few hundred to protect that area.
|12-10-2009 07:20 AM|
|jgano23||my hubby and i go to the pine barrens jamboree every year and we went to the paragon one before it closed up. i love the jamborees and would recommend going to one, especially if you are new to off roading. there are beginner trails and all trails have trail guides that spot you through obstacles. the jamborees are a good place to meet other jeep freaks and make friends that you can go wheeling with in the future.|
|12-09-2009 09:59 PM|
Go topless day in Mass was a blast though I didnt attept any of the course because I had large tire without a lift at the time but it looked amazing
GAJR in somers ct was pretty decent despite the rain. Still a good turnout and they had a few rock piles to play on
|12-09-2009 09:56 PM|
I was looking for some feedback from anybody who attended a Jeep Jamboree in the Northeast area. Was it worth it? are the trails difficult?
I have a 06 wrangler sport, daily driver. only use 4wd when it snows, so that typically is 3-4 time in a given year. I want to attend a jamboree to use my jeep for what is was made for.
thanks for your responses.