No joke, guessing there are enough people in this area desperate for something close by that they're willing to for early access. Apparently its been open since early spring to members.
When you factor in travel expenses to get to high quality offroad places from this area, and the time...
Hah I understand that, thats about as far as most places to wheel in Texas are for me! Starting in the summer they are going to have 30 something dollar day passes for offroading, and the camping seems reasonably priced given the area and what else you get to do there.
I definitely want to get...
I just discovered this today (Thanks Youtube!) and am VERY excited for it, so I wanted to share in case everyone else was unaware. Very close to me, which is rare in itself, but hopefully this does well and can be another big place for Jeepers to have fun in Texas...
Oops.... So when I changed my diff oil, I saw a generic 75w90 front, 75w140 rear, so that's what I added despite having no tow package, etc.
Any downsides to that, or can I leave it in until the next change? It's been going fine, but I'm a neophyte to this kind of stuff and don't want to cause...
At least the pictures I'm seeing, the only color is the little knob on the very top, no? Could probably paint or plastidip that one part in no time so it's less visible in the wheel well.
(Which is what I'm planning on doing, so please be my guinea pig and let me know how that works out haha)
That's one of the only options I've seen that's bolt on, though I've seen some custom fabrications people on here have done in the past to recess in the plastic bumper but I'm not sure what all went into it
I crawled under there and saw a pipe so I guess that means it's a male.
I always picture Jeeps as being the mountain goats of vehicles: small, nimble, crawling along the rocks to places few others can get to, all while making it look effortless.
Nothing fancy, but changed my diff oil. I'm only at about 7000 miles but figured I'd get the factory fill out and get ahead of any problems.
I've never changed diff oil before, boy that is an interesting smell.
This makes me wonder if somebody goofed and published a version that wasn't supposed to go out and spoiled that these trails were going to be added, or they were just things in a test environment that were never meant to go live. Hmm
These are pricey, but work with no lift up to 2 inches of lift. Early impressions from people here have all been strong.
Alternatively just unbolting and ziptying is a good free way to definitely increase performance!