Colorado in a Mud Trench @ Mettowee Off-Road Extreme Park
I try to get through a mud trench at Mettowee Off-Road Extreme Park. I'm
glad I didn't make it through the last part. Looking at what happened to
the lifted F350 with 49" tires, I woulda buried my truck. Who thinks I'll
need a strap?
Mettowee Mud Boggers Club, LLC.
The nation's premier Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon website and forum.
Me going up the Ledges at All Wheels
When on a ride with some guys from Maine 4X4 the night before. I did this
line that night and made it. This is the first time I had done this line in
the day light. Its the easiest line there but its I don't have the torque
to do the other line. And don't have any of what I need to the hardest line
2015 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Review
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Offroad @ Mettowee Mud Boggers - Trails
Two Colorados and a Toyota roam the trails after setting up camp and
meeting up with the local Jeep Club Adirondack Jeeps.
Mettowee OffRoad Park is located in Granville, NY.
Colorados from forum and truck club:
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Crash Test 2005 - 2009 Chevrolet Colorado / GMC Canyon (Side Impact) IIHS
results also apply to: 2004-09 GMC Canyon
SIDE IMPACT TEST WITHOUT OPTIONAL SIDE AIRBAGS
OVERALL EVALUATION: Poor
Injury measures Head protection Structure/safety cage
Head/neck Torso Pelvis/leg
Driver Marginal Poor Poor Poor Poor
Rear passenger Good Marginal Good Marginal
Important: Side impact crash test ratings can be compared across vehicle
type and weight categories.
The Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon were introduced in the 2004 model
year as replacements for the Chevrolet S-10 and GMC Sonoma.
The side impact crash test ratings do not apply to the Isuzu i-series
pickup, which was introduced in the 2006 model year, because crew cab
models have standard side airbags. The i-series was discontinued after the
2008 model year.
Driver — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib fractures and/or
internal organ injuries plus a fracture of the pelvis would be likely in a
crash of this severity. Serious neck injuries would also be possible, and
loading to the shoulder was excessive.
Rear passenger — Measures taken from the dummy indicate that rib
fractures would be possible in a crash of this severity. In addition,
loading to the shoulder was excessive.
Driver — The dummy's head was hit by the intruding barrier. This impact
did not produce high head injury measures, but head hits with intruding
objects such as other vehicles, trees, and poles should be prevented.
Rear passenger — The dummy's head was hit by the pillar behind the rear
passenger door. This impact did not produce high head injury measures, but
the head was not prevented from continuing to move outward and downward
toward the window sill of the rear door. This indicates that only slightly
different crash circumstances could produce a direct hit to a person's head
from objects outside the vehicle.