Sounds like we have similar taste, yup those are the wheels that I am running. Absolutely love them! Finally got them in last month. I will also be doing a spacer lift for now, was going to buy synergy lower control arms to match my trackbar/brace. Ultimately I want the lowest lift possible to still clear my 35's. Low cog and biggest tire appearance being the goals.I already added 315/70/17 BFG KO2's to the stock wheels and got a Tazer Mini to correct the speedometer and tweak a few other things.
I have a set of Bronze Venomrex VR-501's on order, as well as a 2.5" lift. Looks like you're running the same wheels? Hopefully they will be here in the next week or so. I went with Rough Country spacers because they're cheap and I'm not sure if I want to stick with 35's or go to 37's. But I ordered a Steer Smarts front adjustable trackbar, a rear trackbar relocation bracket, and a set of longer Mopar lower control arms. So even though it's just a cheap spacer lift it should drive and steer pretty well.
I plan to change the front bumper and add some side steps. I'm fine with getting in but the kids were struggling at stock height, so I don't know if they can get in/out when it's lifted on 35's. I guess I'll wait and see, but I have a feeling my next mod will be side steps
I live in this area and hiked these trails on Hanging Rock for over 30 years. Something most people don't know is that there are old native American trail markers in plain sight. But you have to know what to look for. I'm far from an expert, but they are there.Last week, I took the kiddos to Hanging Rock State Park and we hiked Moore’s Wall Loop. We hiked it counterclockwise - which I don’t recommend as the ascent is much steeper. Regardless, we made the 4.7 mile loop and had a blast doing it.
I don't have a portable pressure washer but I'd tag along. Always up for doing some good. I think I would just need some sort of water resource to hook to my washerWas driving around on the fire roads near Grandfather Mnt and the Parkway. Found this little spot to get some mud on tires and an opportunity to climb this incline.
To prove that video and pictures never do justice to climbs, this is what the dash says the climb was.
Looks as if I need to come back to this area with portable pressure washer and clean off the graffiti. Anyone like to go exploring fire roads and help me clean up this area?
I drop in from time to time, to get my DIY fix from @chevymitchell or see what @Sean L is up to, or what @conFUcius and @mgroeger are arguing about, those two are hilarious…….So it looks like nothing interesting is going on in SC, mind if I jump in here for a bit? Uwharrie opens April 1st I think. Anyone making a run?