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Wow nice. You were hanging out with some tough looking company there. Those Jeeps look like they have a few extras. Did they fare a little better with the solid front axle?
 

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In terms of internet distance Sand Hollow is right down the road, but nope, nope, and nope. Glad someone is out there having fun though.
 

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Great pics and neat adventuring! Thank you for sharing. I am new to off roading, new to the forum and hoping for a January arrival of my non sasquatch black diamond. Stock everything with 2.7 engine and rear locker. what trail rating would you think my rig (and lack of experience) should start out with ?
 

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Wow nice. You were hanging out with some tough looking company there. Those Jeeps look like they have a few extras. Did they fare a little better with the solid front axle?
Thanks. Yeah the jeeps did a little better in terms of flex, especially in off camber stuff. The lifted ones had more ground clearance as well which was an advantage. But the Bronco climbs really well, the jeep guys were impressed. A great group of people at the event. Tires help, the 37s were a plus.
 
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In terms of internet distance Sand Hollow is right down the road, but nope, nope, and nope. Glad someone is out there having fun though.
They have a range of trails for different levels, but everything was bigger in person. Going to an event like this with great spotters helps you get through the trail.
 
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Great pics and neat adventuring! Thank you for sharing. I am new to off roading, new to the forum and hoping for a January arrival of my non sasquatch black diamond. Stock everything with 2.7 engine and rear locker. what trail rating would you think my rig (and lack of experience) should start out with ?
Thanks. There were other broncos on the trails. They have 3 to 5 rated trails as well. I would say join a local group that knows your area, go out with more experienced people to learn. Spotters help, there were places thst it helped me having spotters tell me where to place my tires. Rear locker will help a lot, tires are a big factor as well. Start out on mild trails and go up from there. These were solid 7 rated trails. I watched youtube videos of them so I kinda knew what I was in for. These were kinda bucket list trails for me. I plan on going back next October and doing these and maybe one more. Seat time is getting comfortable and learning how the truck acts in certain situations. Get out and have fun.
 

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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.
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did the tires rub at all? Your Bronco looks awesome with those tires.
 

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did the tires rub at all? Your Bronco looks awesome with those tires.
They only rubbed on off camber extreme flex. The MAXXIS RAZR AT runs a little smaller than other 37s which is fine, but on most obstacles the suspension separates then compresses so I only heard it rubbing the inner fenders when stuffed which only happened a few times. I plan on doing Eiback or Bilstien 6100 next year on lower settings to level it or add a little above level. I like low center of gravity
 

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They only rubbed on off camber extreme flex. The MAXXIS RAZR AT runs a little smaller than other 37s which is fine, but on most obstacles the suspension separates then compresses so I only heard it rubbing the inner fenders when stuffed which only happened a few times. I plan on doing Eiback or Bilstien 6100 next year on lower settings to level it or add a little above level. I like low center of gravity
Yeah, I personally do not like high lifts on IFS off roaders, only the minimum that is needed for the wheel/tire setup.
 

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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
Good to hear on the Goat Fab sliders; I ordered some yesterday with the good sale gong on! I like to hear positive feedback on products I am getting.
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