Just finished up at the courthouse, no way for me to catch you guys, bummer so close, yet so far.
How was it with your lift compared to without? I heard it was a lot more washed out now, would a stock rubicon still be able to make it?Did it on our own. Crown King has changed a lot over the past few months with the weather. Going with the lift this time was nice as well. Catch you guys next time.
What lift and size tires did you end up with? I am looking at a 2" lift with 35" tires for when my replacement comes in. Then will do all the same skids I have on this one.A stock Rubicon can do it however there would be one or two obstacles in particular that would for sure scrape the skids underneath. The trail is more technical now due to the weather for sure. To be honest, there is one rock formation that made be open the check book and get the lift in the first place. It was on this trail.
We still scraped the skids today on that rock but it wasn't nearly as much as when we were stock.
We installed the Mopar 2" lift in the garage with the thought of keeping it under warranty. We are running 37's with no rubbing.What lift and size tires did you end up with? I am looking at a 2" lift with 35" tires for when my replacement comes in. Then will do all the same skids I have on this one.
Although it changes quite a bit with rain, you can definitely do it with a stock Rubicon. There is one place where the 4 doors have problems even with a lift, but there is easy bypass.
I agree with what has already been said. However the bypasses are only for the early parts of the trail. Once you get near the Prescott national Forest and hit the riverbed it's all or nothing. The toughest obstacles are on this path assuming you bypass the earlier stuff as we typically do.
that looks like a good time, we have been wanting to do a mine / ghost town run for a while now, but they are more remote than the other areas we have been hitting so holding off until we can get a few others to go for saftey reasons. how would you rate the trip you took? looks like you ran it alone, fairly easy trails?One of the mine exploration runs I went on this weekend.