Jeep WJ's on the MOAB Rim Trail
MOAB, Utah 2011
Akrobatiks Build thread on Jeep Forum. All the info you could ask for about
the "Black Jeep"
lifted wj jeep pulling a 50' semi truck
START @ ABOUT 1 MINUTE....CAMERA SUCKS..01 grand Laredo I-6, stock
gearing,T.woods drive shafts,D30,D35 Non c clipped bolted in,33-13.50r20's,
6" lift,fox shocks, custom color. Liberty lake Washington winter 2009. 36"
snow storm- Doing a good deed for the day- He was jack knifed headed the
wrong way with his rear bumper stuffed in the snow bank about 100' back..
I was bored and hooked to him. Pulled him to this point with out chains,
Was only putting about 6" of slack in the strap. I know the limits of a
little jeep.. He got hung up on the median at the end of a nice tracker
style pull. Then we chained up all 4. Then got the camera out- The roads
wher a sheet of ice with new snow on top. He couldn't even get going again
where we stop in this video. The little jeep had to help him out to the
plowed roadway ;-( Just a bad day to be out, and inexperienced semi
WJ Jeep Offroad
THIS IS NOT MY WJ, SO I CAN NOT ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT WHAT THIS JEEP
Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ test, Gravel Hill Climb at almost 40 degrees of incline
Out in a remote local abandoned gravel pit in Northern Michigan for the
first time with the new lift on the Jeep. I was very conservative on what
and where I went due to not knowing the area and having the majority of it
covered in snow. We were a single vehicle out in this area (no one to
assist with problems or incidents.)
When the snow melts in is going to be fun to explore.
I leave the trailer hitch in the receiver at all times; I do need to remove
it when I am off-road. I was rear ended by a Chrysler 300 about 6 months
ago and the hitch stopped him in his tracks with major front end damage on
the Chrysler with no damage to the Jeep