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The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
 

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The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
Big Bear's John Bull is the most difficult trail I've done. From what I hear there's worse up there.
 

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The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
The completely exposed bedrock surrounding Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Similar to Moab as far as rockiness and types of trails. Depending on the lines you chose, it could either be a carnage fest, or a liesurely wheel.
 

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Crash said:
The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
Shotgun on the Rubicon (best views Ive had yet!), second hardest was spotting jason down Carneasada canyon...
 

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Shotgun on the Rubicon (best views Ive had yet!), second hardest was spotting jason down Carneasada canyon...
The end of Dusy beats Rubicon's views, hands down but I had a great time on that trail. I'm still not sure I want to take my truck on it next year or not.
 

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Probably the Con for me, just because I had no crawler or a front locker at the time LOL We'll just say my clutch leg got a GOOOOD workout that trip. Really a nice way to test your skill-a-bility! We have a local rock pile full of some good size rocks, before with the open front and no crawler I smashed my way up. After the front locker and crawler it was soooo much easier! (Who'da thought??) My buddy was complaining how his foot hurt going up that rock pile, I don't think he would make it through the Con LOL
 

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Crash said:
The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
Terminator-before the SAS. Since SAS haven't been on too many trails yet.
 

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Crash said:
The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
Patzcuarros Revenge... that was after a day on Tobassco Twister some pics in Past events, but here is also a buggy running it a few weekends before http://www.jcgdinvestment.com/movies/patzquarrossilent.wmv

-David
 

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Crash said:
The hardest trail you have ever run?


For me I would have to still say Axle Alley. There are a few that I had more problems with, But that was before the SAS.
Rusty Nail trail in Moab was the hardest for me. With a front locker and more body armor, it wouldn't be as bad.

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dusy. its the one trail that i couldnt complete. yet.

rubicon is tough,but stock wranglers can make that.:xpopcorn:
 

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The most difficult trail that I've done is actually the mini-Rubicon at Hollister. I actually found that to be much tougher than the real Rubicon. Although I was denied running the Little Sluice backwards (forwards would have been even harder). I finally had to give up on the sluice after busting 2 front axles.

Even so the Rubicon was pretty much just a walk in the park. There are really only a few spots that are really difficult. Going down the Old Sluice is just plain fun. Going up it would be a bitch though.
 

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Guardrail, (bypassed helicopter pad), and schoolbus at Tellico last summer. Me and the other ifs guy (Stomper) had to follow the Trailcarnage UROC buggy. One broken cv and some minor body damage for me, but no winching so I was happy :D

Oh, yeah, guardrail owes my a new skid plate (bastard)

http://www.tn-ttora.com/brad/Tellico 7-04/Daniel_James_Tom_Guardrail.mov
 

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I-95 from NYC to Boston. That road is nasty. You have to watch every move, if not you could end up with some serious sheet metal damage. I've seen a lot of carnage on this stretch of road.
 

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Rattler, Rattler II, Drumstick (all at Paragon)

Hell......it don't take a 'hard trail' to git your gusto.

At Rausch Creek, Trail #1 (easy trail). There's an obstacle they call winch hill.
Been up it many times before. This past time....endoed it (my jeep) Ooops....didn't plan on that happen'
 
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