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Originally made as a single half hour video, RUBICON : A Legendary Jeep Trail & Off-Road Adventure was broken down into a 3 part series, each approximately 10 minutes long and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 the world.
More than just a Jeep, it's a way of life!
Extreme Off-road Competition 2. :: "Klaperjaht 2010" part 2 of 2
"Klaperjaht offroad" competition, 28.08.2010, Estonia.
This is part 2 of 2. Watch part 1 of 2 here:
Watch 2011 competition here: http://youtu.be/4JsXcyOo-Uk
Watch 2012 competition here: http://youtu.be/dCoq00Ns9vw
"Klaperjaht" is now a part of European off-road series „Euro-Trophy"
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.
2012 Crawl Readers Ride Moab
2012 Crawl Readers Ride in Moab Utah during Easter Jeep Safari at AreaBFE.
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AWESOME JEEPS WITH BIG BLOCKS!!!!
7-30-11 SourLake Tx. Mudfarm Mud Park. 45+ inch tires in deep water mud
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Jeep Off Road Movies - Splash
This trip was over 2 days. First day we were in the Stave Lake area. One
part of Stave Lake is a sunken forest. It looks really spooky. Second day
we were in West Harrison area. There was plenty of snow in the higher
grounds. I had a lot of fun going over the water puddles. Nature's
touchless drive through Jeep wash :) I just added an offroad bumper and a
winch to my jeep. The rest of my jeep is still stock.
Additional music credits: "8000 RPM" by Redcloud
Thanks to Bigd74 for filming me when I was driving my Jeep.
Crossing the Creek with Brian and Dave
Here is the second part to this video.
Vid of B2:
This had to be the deepest the creek has ever been. Dave's iroc's performed
great. He wasn't able to get out but the vehicle was able to keep moving.
DEFENSE MINE : A Historic Jeep Trail Near Death Valley
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Just outside of Death Valley, California, there's a trail that takes you
out of the Panamint Valley, up the Argus Range and ultimately to an old
tungsten mine known as the Defense Mine. While the trail is for the most
part short and easy, there are a few challenging sections along the way
that can be a lot of fun if you choose to take them. The biggest obstacle
on the trail is known as Waterfall Zero or Zero Fall and, as the name
suggests, it's essentially a big dry waterfall made of marble, polished
smooth and shaped like a chute. If you're not careful, it's definitely one
that can do some real damage. Just past it, there's an optional route to
the top known as the Cummings Cutoff and, if you choose to take it, you'll
find yourself on a nice length of trail strewn with loose chop and big
rocks. In this short video, you'll get to see highlights from a recent run
we did up this trail with a total of 8 Jeep JK Wranglers, 6 of which were
4-door Unlimited Rubicon models and 1 of which was a 2-door Sport. We hope
you enjoy it.
Jeep Off Road Movies - Ramp Exit (Exploring Mines)
My friends, Hai, Dave, Nick and I went to explore some mines on the Gold
Rush Trail, BC. There are 3 different levels. Hai's jeep on 39s with roof
top tent made it through the mine. The lower level is flooded and the
middle level is drivable. Driving through the mine you enter at the 900
level, and take the ramp up and exit the 1000 level. We couldn't reach the
entrance of the top level because of the snow line. It took us a while to
find the entrance. After we got in, we took the down ramps and ended up
with another flooded area. After 20 minutes of driving, we decided to come
out from the entrance we came in. Dave was driving the last jeep. He
didn't come out. When he came out after 5 minutes, he told us he found the
up ramp which also indicates ramp exit. We decided to go back and sure
enough ramp exit took us to the other side of the mountain. The area we
came out was only enough to park 3 jeeps. We decided to leave 1 jeep in
the mine parked in a pocket area. We turned 3 jeeps around. Then we
brought the 4th one to turn around after we took other 3 in. By far it was
my best wheeling experience. Hai's monster jeep and 50" led light bar saved
the day in terms of filming :) Thanks to Hai for letting me mount my camera
on his jeep, thanks to Dave for the idea of exploring this mine, thanks to
Pat who organized us but couldn't join us because of work, thanks to Nick
to be brave enough to wheel with us on his first club run.
It was also interesting to see 4 different stages of a jeep's evolution on
our jeeps. From stock stage to monster stage.
Jeeps are awesome and can go anywhere :)
Additional music credit: Rise & Fall (KDrew Remix)
How To Kill A Jeep (03/16/12)
Went out for a fun day in the gravel pit, but it turned into a long day
when we got the jeep stuck!
The video is called 'How to Kill A Jeep', not 'how to recover a vehicle
properly' or anything else. The Jeep's intake was under water, so it
wouldnt start, hence not being able to drive it. The battery was dead from
using the winch, and we tried Boosting it, but the winch wasnt strong enough
to pull the jeep out.
The Jeep is running great, and has been built bigger, better and stronger
since. Still wheelin today!