Bundy Hill run
So Saturday my club had an event at Bundy hill and holy shit! I had never used 4lo, and the leader of the group knew this and started simple but by the end of the day I was on there "black" trails (think 3rd hardest difficulty out of 4). It was my first time really pushing the limits of the YJ and I was shocked at just what I could do on my own and what a large boot-full of throttle could accomplish. Did I need to get pulled out? You bet, but there were more trails that I was able to do on my own. Including a tight switchback-ish moment.
There is an area where you drop down into a small bowl (not Devils Bowl) and there are 3 steep hill climb options up, with a 4th option off to the side if you can't do those. I did the 4th because I didn't have the power or clearance to get up. This 4th option had a sharp left turn at the peak of a small hill with the down section of the hill directly off to the right. What results is an off-camber, tetter/totter 2 wheel turn that was easily the scariest thing I have done in a Jeep. It was an absolute blast!
Anyway, I love this little Jeep and everything it can do! :awesome:
...Now for a winch.
Nice, you will feel even more invincible with lockers haha...but tread lightly on the pedal [emoji106]🤙
1992, 4.0,5 spd, BDS 4.5 heavy duty lift, jb conversions ss sye, 8.8 with ARB, Aussie front, tj shafts, dual dia.brake booster, 33” bfg a/t
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