CAN YOUR JEEP DO THIS??
JEEP JASON SHOWS OFF HIS SUSPENSION FLEX. CAN YOUR LEAF SPRUNG JEEP DO
THIS???? NO, I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT YOUR COIL SPRUNG GROCERY GETTER THAT
ONLY SEES RTI RAMPS AT THE LOCAL 4X4 SHOWS. I AM TALKING ABOUT A LEAF
SPRUNG CJ CRAWL UP A RUTTED SLIPPERY THAN HELL TRAIL? REMEMBER TALK IS
CHEAP... PROOF IS IN THE VIDEO!
MOROC SMORR Woods Racing Highlights
A few scenes from the MOROC Extreme Off Road Racing Series. Includes shot
of a Jeep mowing down Urban Hillbilly Action Videos front man Sean Melton.
Look for the 'MOROC Madness' DVD later this year at www.urbanhillbilly.us
TeraFlex Tech: Open vs Locked Differentials
http://www.teraflex.com A must see for a new Jeep Rubicon owner. A sweet
ride with tons of features. On this video Brooke & Dennis break down the
differences between open and lock differentials.
Jeep vs Toyota vs Hummer. OffRoad 4x4
1986 Jeep CJ7, 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80, 2008 Hummer H3 climbing a
hill. Jeep has 3.5" Skyjacker suspension lift, 33" Super Swampers the rest
is stock. Toyota sits 3" higher on OME lift, 35" BFGoodrich KM2, factory
lockers and TRD Supercharger. Hummer is
all stock with Adventure package.
Music by Kevin McLeod.
Vegas 4x4 Trail, Jeep-N-Trip to the Colorado River
On a cool and cloudy day we took a friend out for his first dirt road and
rock climbing trip. Had some unexpected "Wet" weather along the way as we
drove down the Fire Mountain Cove Trail and then to a small little mining
town out in the middle of no where called Nelson.
Jeep Willys with Tank Tracks
Bolt on tank tracks on a modified Jeep Willys powered by a Buick V6 engine.
The Tracks were manufactured by a company called "A. F. Wagner Industries
Inc." of concord California. They were made sometime during the mid 60s
and there was only 6 sets made and were apparently expensive and thus may
be the reason there were so few made. They are called "Wagner-Trac" and
were made specifically as a set of tank tracks for a jeep with a wheelbase
of 81 inches. The wheelbase is not adjustable so the wheelbase is critical
and just like a tank you would have to install turning brakes to drive the
Jeep because the steering is null and void as soon as you bolt them on.
They are all steel construction so were probably designed for offroad only.