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Old 02-17-2019, 07:03 PM
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My first stuck in the JLUR

Yeah had to get a tug out of this high center. Trying to back off the road in 2 1/2 ft of hard snow to take pics of the awesome sun halo in Northern Ab , Canada. At least it made for a nice picture lol

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Great picture.
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A shovel an some traction ads are usual equipment for snow days.
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my fiance got her JLUR high centered yesterday for the first time too. She tried to follow my JK line but the longer wheelbase and slightly lower ride height got her
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I have seen a lot of situations like this where people could get out easy if they had a shovel and were prepared to use it. But always nice to get a "tug" too. Hard snow can be a pissoff.
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I have seen a lot of situations like this where people could get out easy if they had a shovel and were prepared to use it. But always nice to get a "tug" too. Hard snow can be a pissoff.
Agree with this. We always have a shovel handy.

I just put a winch on mine and was more than willing to test it out though haha.
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Old 02-19-2019, 01:10 PM
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A shovel an some traction ads are usual equipment for snow days.
Oh I had a shovel, but also had help 5 minutes away. Despite the embarrassment of needing a tug from my buddy, the snow was like polystyrene and would have taken some real effort. Not worth the sweat in minus 32 lol
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I have seen a lot of situations like this where people could get out easy if they had a shovel and were prepared to use it. But always nice to get a "tug" too. Hard snow can be a pissoff.
Yes , working in Canada I have all the usual equipment like shovel, tow rope, recovery kit etc. But minus 32 kind of sucks away all the ambition for a self retrieval lol
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My roommate’s dad was an OPP officer in Northern Ontario years ago. He used to say “Once it gets below -10C (14F) you really can’t tell how cold it is. The only difference is how long it takes you to freeze.”
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