I would be interested, actually very interested after this coming weekend.
PM me and we can discuss further
I based that off of the fact that both vehicles and the terrain were right between these two descriptions..
3.5 Trail Rating
Difficult Trail. Loose gravel, large pot holes, steep inclines, medium sized rocks. 3-4' ledges or rock climbs; and off-camber situations. Body damage possible. 31" off-road tires or larger required. 32" or bigger recommended. Limited slip differential or better in rear required. Hard locker in rear differential recommended. A winch is recommended. Hi-Lift Jack; Sliders or other jack points; tow hooks; Skid plates & snatch straps recommended.
4.0 Trail Rating
Extreme Trail. Large rock ledges and crevices; large boulders, steep inclines and off camber situations. Some alternate routes available. Body and tire damage likely. Modified 4x4 vehicle required. Ground clearance required. 33" off-road tires or larger required. 35" off-road tires recommended. Hard locker in rear & a Limited Slip or better in front differential is required. Low gearing required. Winch recommended. Hi-Lift Jack; Sliders or other jack points; tow hooks; Skid plates & snatch straps recommended.
looks like it may be fun.
There are other trails that are MUCH harder, but I am hesitant to post the pics. If you want to see the pics PM me and I will send you them
that cooler mounted on that bumper is just begging to get crushed
Yeah, I know, but he doesn't run in the rocks very often, and that's where he wanted it