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I went up Wednesday from AZ , ran Plan B Thursday, and Double Sammy Friday. Both 7 rated trails.
They did not disappoint. Crazy in person. Plan B has a lot of off camber stuff next to drop offs. Lol.
My rig. Basesquatch, stock suspension. Full factory skids, Goat Fabrication sliders
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How much do you rub with those 37s?
 
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How much do you rub with those 37s?
A little at full stuff, only had an issue on some really off camber stuff, or if I was rocing back and forth on 2 opposite wheels on some crazy stuff. Most of the trails had no Issue. They do measure a little smaller than a lot of 37s. But they have great traction.
 

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Looks like a great trip. Thanks for sharing. (y)
 

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Nice rig! Looks like you had a fun trip. Any feedback on the Goat sliders? I think they look great and I was wondering if those 7 rated trails tested them out.
 

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Judging by this pic the sway bar is disconnected. Home made????? AC Fab???? :unsure: .........or just removed the sway bar.
 
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Nice rig! Looks like you had a fun trip. Any feedback on the Goat sliders? I think they look great and I was wondering if those 7 rated trails tested them out.
Sorry didn't see till now. They are awesome sliders. I had the full weight of the truck on them more than once, no movement. They are scratched up on the bottom, but any slider would be. The powder coat held up well.
I love them
 

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Judging by this pic the sway bar is disconnected. Home made????? AC Fab???? :unsure: .........or just removed the sway bar.
Yeah, I just did a manual disconnect. A little more work, but i knew it would help. I held the part above the a arm with channel locks, there is just enough of a edge, and used ratchet on nut. I found using a hammer handle or something similar below the arm and into one of the spring coils to pry up and out of the a arm helps. I will probably make manual disconnects at some point.
 

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Sweet! Did you need the front locker at all? Think it would n be possible without? Any obstacles you had to go around rather than over? Looks like a blast.
 
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Sweet! Did you need the front locker at all? Think it would n be possible without? Any obstacles you had to go around rather than over? Looks like a blast.
Yeah, I used both lockers a lot. There are bypasses and a few different lines in certain areas, but a lot of both trails are one line. I know some jeeps have videos doing plan B without lockers, but you have to hammer it. The IFS isn't perfect for that. I don't like saying it can't be done, but after doing them, I wouldn't personally attempt without. If you watch youtube videos, and there are good ones, the obstacles are bigger in person. On the same note once you get going you get more comfortable on the trail. Great spotters and others to help is awesome. I got turtled on a big Boulder on plan B and they had to winch me off. Ground clearance was the issue, but the bronco went over most stuff and climbed way better than I thought it would. It impressed the jeep guys. I bashed the usually spots underneath a good bit.
 
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I have dome dash cam videos, I was alone , my friend couldn't go at the last minute. I will have to see if I can load them
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