Girl Rolls Jeep
She seams too panicked to continue. I think a few of us have been there at
one time or another. Got to give her credit. Not many women want to even
drive over a curb (on purpose, lol). Farmington, NM
Supercharged Jeep Rubicon Unlimited testing snow chains.
This isn't snow that has just fallen like your use to. It's snow that has
been on the ground all winter freezing and thawing. You could cut blocks of
it out, you can walk on top of it. The Jeep almost drove on top of it. It's
like clawing through a solid block of ice.
I didn't put the rear set on because I realized that I didn't have
clearance for them between my rock rail and tire. I'll trim it down and try
again. Just having them on the front made a significant difference.
Epic Jeep Wrangler Rollovers - Amazing Fails Must See Ending
This is the best rollover video aout there toay. Full Rolling, Flipping,
screaming, clapping, and congratulation. Jeepster moto; If at first you
don't succeed, roll roll again. Comend the die-hards who live off old
tires and true grit. Goes to show a bad day Jeepin' is still better than a
good day at work! http://ProJeep.com
RUBICON : A Legendary Jeep Trail & Off-Road Adventure - Part 2 of 3
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Originally made as a single half hour video, RUBICON : A Legendary Jeep
Trail & Off-Road Adventure was broken down into a 3 part series, each
approximately 10 minutes long and done so that it could be broadcasted on
YouTube. In episode 2, we pick-up the pieces of Inyo-JK's Jeep, brush off
the dust and continue our trek to Rubicon Springs. Along the way, we pass
by the Soup Bowl, take in the impressive views across Spider Lake, descend
the off camber granite slabs, tackle the rock obstacles at Buck Island
Lake, negotiate our way down the very challenging Big Sluice, add a couple
of stock Canadian Jeeps to our group, cross the historic Rubicon Bridge and
then, just as we we pull into camp, we hear a call coming in over the CB...
it's Trail Bud.
Crossing through the El Dorado National Forest up in the Sierra Nevada
Mountains, the Rubicon Trail is truly one of the most beautiful ones I've
been on, bar none. Of course, its unrelenting 22 miles of boulders that
need to be crawled, steep ledges that need to be climbed, narrow trees that
need to be squeezed between, deep muddy water crossings that need to be
forded and tippy off camber terrain that needs to be carefully negotiated
is ultimately what makes the Rubicon Trail so legendary and famous around
More than just a Jeep, it's a way of life!
Farmington Waterfall - Near Rollover
During the 2007 TTORA Takeover in Farmington, I was running the Waterfall
trail. Normally, this section doesn't require a spotter, but I obviously
took the wrong line, and nearly pitched my '99 4Runner Limited into the
canyon below. Needless to say, it was a tense moment.