Hahahaha, yes: first-world problems! Oy, the 40 hours a week at work are a real problem. Believe it or not, Jeeping is like my No. 3 or No. 4 hobby. It's going to take a looooonnnggg time to run all the trails I want to run. After the kayaking. And the climbing. And the mountainbiking.The worst part about living in CO is needing 20 hours a week to explore the state.
Money and time is heaven.. money and time...
Thanks! Crossing fingers about Moab. Hoping to go Friday, but they might be getting flooded again as we speak.Great video Mike - and can't wait for updates from your next trip to Moab.
QQ, are you going to add anything to protect door hinges and rear fenders? I know my hinges are rear fenders took a beating from all the stuff the KO2s pick up.
Right on! I got my billeit silver '21 off a train, bought it while it was in transit. Loved it. But when I decided to build/order one, it needed to be a different color. Almost went with Snazzberry. But I'm happy with the red.Yes Sir, a 2020 so Billet Silver Metallic is what they call it. Red was my first color choice, I think the JLs look sharp in that color but got a great deal on this one right off the lot so couldn't pass it up.
Hahaha, the clouds/fog really elevated the ominous look for your descent!Red Cone was really fun! I did it last week for the first time as well. I had just finished up with my new lift and had to take it out on a few trails to play. Earlier that week I also wheeled up Mammoth Gulch and a bit farther south towards Loch Lomond, and then did Argentine Pass the next day. All of these have some amazing 12-13k ft views. Highly recommend all of them!
Loch Lomond from Mammoth Gulch
Hiked up a bit from the top of Argentine Pass
Top of Red Cone preparing for the famous descent
Descending from the clouds!Hahaha, the clouds/fog really elevated the ominous look for your descent!