Jeep Quadra-Drive II in snow
Just a "demonstration" of the Jeep Quadra-Drive II system on the Lefthand
Gulch trail (not the slaughterhouse gulch trail as stated in the video)
near Boulder Colorado. This was a very easy trail but for those people who
are interested in seeing Quadra-Drive II doing something this video kind of
shows the system working on a steep icy trail.
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (WJ型) PV
1999 Grand Cherokee (type WJ) promo video
Obtained from online mail order on tape
Purely advertising entertainment with little actual use.
Basic vehicle info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeep_Grand_Cherokee
Jeep 4WD systems http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeep_four_wheel_drive_systems
Sorry only VHS quality, transferred from premastered tape to DVR HDD then
DVD-R at hardware's highest quality setting
Edited and recoded with TMPGEnc
Supercharged Jeep Rubicon Unlimited testing snow chains.
This video has been lost to the bowels of the internet. I'll stop back
from time to time to delete malicous comments. The woman driving is my
ex-wife. She hated driving the Jeep so don't be too hard on her. She was
doing me a favor.
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.