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06-18-2007 12:28 AM
SurfnSnow Truck Hill? nope, that's just too intimidating to tackle even when it's super dry the dirt is like power and it's hard to get any traction
06-17-2007 06:47 PM
Triple88a did you try the to get to the top of the mountain? Up that steep 60ish degree 1/4th mile long hill?
06-14-2007 09:50 AM
Rawkon sweeeet, im sure those pro comp springs arnt helping, what kind of bushings do they use in the control arms???

your gonna love the Long arm kits. Ride and sweeeeet

my short arm RE kit has been doing great
im sure you have seen the pics of my little heep flexing
06-13-2007 10:49 PM
SurfnSnow heya Kev, I've got the 4" Pro-Comp lift and it's worked pretty good but there's room for improvement. The lift came with a tranny case drop and that or the shovel has been taking a beating. I figure if I go for the SYE, belly up/skid and then upto 35", I might as well go with a long arm.
06-13-2007 08:22 PM
Rawkon what short arm kit are you using now??
06-12-2007 11:33 AM
SurfnSnow the black LJ with the short arms is mine, the other one with the long arms just had his lift, lockers, and gears done recently and this was his first time out with the new gear. I'm saving up for the long-arm because I need more articulation and plus I kept hitting the shovel alot so I need to get the SYE when that gets done too. The long-arm LJ had the work done where I'm going to have it done (Arabia's Overkill) so it was nice to see what I'll be getting in action.
06-12-2007 09:26 AM
mrbigjeep is the black jeep yours? i didn't know you went long arm. thats a sweet rig.
06-12-2007 01:05 AM
SurfnSnow nope didn't do the frame twister. usually it's not that bad and the logs are closer together but they spread them out for the TTC and filled most of the frame twister with water to make it super muddy and slick as snot. they also added more rocks to the first part of the obsticle course too and there were a lot of guys banging their diffs on them.
06-11-2007 11:27 AM
daddyjeep Did anyone try the log pit? I just watched the Tough Truck Competition the other night. Even the guy on 53" tires needed a winch to get through.
06-11-2007 08:12 AM
Texapple good lookin!!
06-11-2007 08:11 AM
Scout Lookin good!
06-11-2007 06:07 AM
jeeperman Looks like a great spot! Great pics!
06-10-2007 11:40 PM
Rawkon HELL YEAAA sweet pics man
06-10-2007 07:28 PM
SurfnSnow



06-10-2007 07:27 PM
SurfnSnow



06-10-2007 07:26 PM
SurfnSnow
Pics from Hollister

yep went to hollister today with 3 other rigs and had a blast. here's some photos:





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