Love Mineral BasinI joined up with the Wasatch Outlaw Wheelers and we went up Miller Hill and Mineral Basin near American Fork. They were great, spotted the various obstacles well, and I had a really great time. They're great folks!
They told me they figure I'm the first Bronco to make it to the top of Mineral Basin!
I'll post a thread in the trip reports later, but wanted to share with my team first! BTW, I bashed every bash plate on the thing, got some pin striping to polish off, and used all four wheels as levers against rocks at various times. I even at one point got high centered to the point someone had to put a tow strap on me and pull me back a couple of feet so I could pick a better line. LOL, all in good fun! I seriously need to do like @CDawg297! and get some bigger tires.
Kinda regretting not getting Squatch - I'd have cleared those obstacles first try on a Squatch.
The club thinks I'm probably the first new bronco to make it up to the top of Mineral Basin. At some point in the trip, I kept thinking, "I should not have done this." That said, outside of some wheel damage and damage to some of the armor and bits of frame, it did make it. Mine was the only bare bones stock vehicle on the trip and frankly, with a leveling kit, I would have probably cleared some of the obstacles I high centered on. I did not need much more clearance, just some!Love Mineral Basin
My tracker is all Null as well. I don’t know whether it went like that yesterday or today. I am so hoping your comment holds on the tracker dying. But given that I have received nothing from Ford since the In Production email I am not holding my breath that this is anything but a system glitch at Ford.My tracker went dead about a week and a half before delivery. I doubt it's related, just at some point, the tracker will likely go dead. Once dead, it appears to be permanent.