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Those trail/ridge grapplers definitely make a difference too. I have a feeling the stock Sasquatch tires are leaving the dealership in the back for me😂






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Those trail/ridge grapplers definitely make a difference too. I have a feeling the stock Sasquatch tires are leaving the dealership in the back for me😂

Talk about awesome!
 

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Piece of cake! Very nice!!
 

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That's a long driveway.
 

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What I found interesting is that it seems like the Sway bar was connected for this which shows how capable the IFS is even without the SBD.
It was probably disconnected. On an incline like that all the weight shifts to the rear. IFS doesn't flex much.
 

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It was probably disconnected. On an incline like that all the weight shifts to the rear. IFS doesn't flex much.
It sure looked connected, there is a point where the right front is clearly off the ground but still staying level with the left.
 

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Well he didn't have the front locker on until the end. May of had the front sway bar on also based on the video...
 

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I've been to Moab many times over the years in Jeeps and have done most of the trails. While he didn't have the front locked, it seems unlikely that he didn't had the swaybar disconnected either. Traction there is great but I doubt that was done without both devices operating.
 

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He obviously had the sway bar disconnected. You can tell by the amount of droop.
 

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