Breaking Trail through 23 inches of snow in my Toyota Tundra!
This goes along with my Grizzly video. Took us over an hour to plow into
camp because someone took a snowmobile down the camp road and then the
trail froze solid. When we tried to plow, the plow would jump ontop of the
snow and get us hung up. So I wanted to break trail once we got part of
the road plowed. I was supprised at what the tundra would go through!
Jeep Rubicon and Toyota FJ Cruiser Off-Road in Hawaii
We witnessed first hand the capabilities of both vehicles on the trails.
I'm personally a Toyota guy, having owned several Toyota 4x4s, an FJ and
now a Tacoma. They aren't evenly matched because the Jeeps articulation and
flexibility with the solid front axle, shorter wheel base and being lighter
weight. Driver experience, error and patience were also contributing
factors in how each vehicle performed.
We didn't create this video to make one seam better than the other. Ohana
Trails is a Jeep Club here that we were filming and by chance, a group of
FJ Cruiser owners were convoying with them. Unfortunately, we had more
video of the Jeeps over the FJ's.
All in all it was an epic day up in the mountains at Peacock Flats on Oahu
looking over the North Pacific.
HD video produced by FreedomRiding.com
Music: "Pedestrian" by O-shen