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Jeep Cherokee XJ climbing the unthinkable - Carnage Canyon (HD)

A sick Jeep Cherokee climbing the exit on Carnage Canyon without a winch. Huge ledges on soft dirt made this something you have to see to believe. Built and driven by TnT Customs


 


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