San Diego county testing for EJS

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I got the front RCV axles in and stabilizer bracket welded in. This weekend I’m swapping the mopar tailgate table for American adventure lab, new rear tires on my beadlocks (not the funnest job), new rear aal lab inner rear fenders, maybe the Dynomax tail pipe delete and slight increase in front camber.

hopefully the weather forecast improves. But I’m planning on wheeling next weekend. I want a weekend to test before EJS. Valley of the moons may handle rain better. I may post on trail recon and ask.

let me know if anyone still wants to go.
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can i know where is Coral Canyon locate ?
im kind craving going offroad..

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Went to the Corral Canyon area last weekend. Plans were to do the loop. We were with a very experienced rock crawler and convinced me I would be able to do Sidewinder with no body damage or major scratches. I'm still a beginner and was amazed how the vehicle handled all the obstacles. Mopar 2" lift with stock 33" tires on stock wheels. Here are some pics..

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I used my spotter more than I needed to, but I've never done anything this extreme before. Plus my wife was with me and needed to make sure she was safe! The day after the trip I swapped out wheels and tires. Stock handled amazing, just wanted to go bigger.. Next pic with 37's wil be on dirt or a rock!
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Looked wet too. A spotter can make all the difference. There are lines there that are worse than others on the last drop off. I used a 2.5” RK list for quite a while with 37’s it’s rather capable.

Keep me posted if you go out again, we are ready to get out again assuming this covid thing doesn’t get worse.

We had to cut a guys axle shaft off his Chevy avalanche from Espinosa trail the week we went.

I really want to do bronco peak with my top off before it gets real hot outside.

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This section the far passenger line can get you in trouble. I was going to check for clearances fully flexed out and get photos, but had to steer into it to keep it from rolling..

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This section the far passenger line can get you in trouble. I was going to check for clearances fully flexed out and get photos, but had to steer into it to keep it from rolling..

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My buddy's FJ got a little tippy on that section..
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