Modified Jeep Wrangler vs Sick Ford Bronco II vs Toyota Tacoma Buggy, Off road Evolution

Sliplock gulch trail, a collection of obstacles run just after Winter on the rocks near St. George Utah. Trail was wet, muddy and the obstacles more difficult with the overlying moisture and sandy layers. Ford Broncos were sweet, deep throaty sound, very capable offroad

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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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