What did you do WITH your Jeep today.

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Took my 1 day old JLU Sport to Big Bear, CA!

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Did an overnighter to Crown King, AZ, got to play I'm the rocks and in the snow!

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disregard.
 
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Looks great brother....

although this should be in the “TO” forum
Ops I misread the Thread title. Got a little trigger happy. Deleted.
 

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Went from Silverwood Lake Dam Pilot Rock Tail to Lake Arrowhead. Lake Arrowhead Willow Creek Jeep Trail to T6 Crossing. Then down to Lake Gregory. Snow Snow Snow! Beautiful Day.
 

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Went out on a COLD day (-34*C) to look at a couple small trailers we are looking at. Grabbed a coffee and enjoyed the ride. No problem with staying warm as the heater works great in the JL.
 

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The wife’s first solo flight...... well I was the passenger/ photo monkey, but she drove the whole day and wasn’t allowed to ask me any questions. She’s drove through plenty of obstacles but I always set everything up, and give her some tips on how to drive through it.
I told her even if we get stuck and have to winch out, I wasn’t going to say a word, she’s on her own this day.
She did great, engaging 4H and 4L at the right times, engaging lockers at the right times, doing 3 point turns so not to bind up while locked, she did everything flawlessly, I was very proud of her and told her so...😍
The only blemish on an otherwise perfect score was she used the normal sway bar disconnect button. But after going down the trail at speed and noticing it re-connecting , she remembered to use the resume button.
I can’t fault her for that though......😉
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While out there we always like to check out one of the hardest of our obstacles. If it’s wet, even the swamp buggies take the go around. It’s just to slick, and you have to make a sharp right turn, with walls on both sides of you.
I’m not sure what this guy was thinking, maybe he lost a bet but there’s no way he was ever gonna make it through there...:facepalm:

We drove down to offer help, but nobody around, we waited a spell then headed out. .......:)

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..... only blemish on an otherwise perfect score was she used the normal sway bar disconnect button. But after going down the trail at speed and noticing it re-connecting , she remembered to use the resume button.
I can’t fault her for that though......😉
Can you elaborate on the disconnect & resume button?
 

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Can you elaborate on the disconnect & resume button?
Sure..... with the tazer you can remap a button to control the elect sway bar on Rubi, it’s called sway kill . I chose the resume button, when you’re using cruise control the button works normally. When it’s remapped you can disconnect any time and travel at any speed without the nannies reconnecting on you.
 

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Well not today, but over the weekend when to an off road park called Rocks and Valley in Michigan for their reject run. There were a ton of people. Their parking lot was full a near by business parking lot was fun and the service access road about two miles away had truck and trailers parked for over a mile down the service road.

I have been here many times, so not a lot of pics. There was a bunch of fools running around though so there was plenty of action. Did have to winch up two different inclines because the trail was iced over and I could not get a run at it. Just about every vehicle that encountered the incline had to be winched up.

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Because of the ice and deep snow, there was a need often for more skinny pedal. The Shitbox XJ was abusing his skinny pedal. I enjoyed the show while drinking Black Rifle Coffee and trying to stay back enough to keep rocks and ice out of my radiator and off the windshield.
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