went on a weekend trip and hit the broken arrow 4wd trail in sedona. again sorry for the cheap digital pics but you can get the jist. the trail was easy- a stocker would do fine. too many "pink jeep" tour rigs for me. it is basically for them anyway- big money deal![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] took the wife there as sedona is one of her favorites! happy mother's day![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
a flag resident? yeah i think i remember you were talking of this place last week? i saw the sign and went on up.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] it's a cool little trail and the scenery is great. again though don't get your hopes up on a secluded 3.5 outing. i feel like i am on a disneyland ride with all the tour jeeps there and the fact that it is basically for them and a dead-end one-way kinda deal. check it out anyway for kicks and grins.
yeah but for all the pink jeeps its pretty crazy to see them do that with 6 or 7 people in there. By the way Sas it looks like you are carrying 2 spares. How did you mount that second one to the roll bar. is it a 33? Anyhow the pics look good to me. Ive made that run many a time
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yeah they do tote some folks![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
i saw a couple yj's and a couple tj's. one yj i got a closer look to see a rancho lift, well rancho shocks and some kind of lift- non-stock springs and shackles. i'd still rather be in death valley on some lonely desolate trail![img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
yeah the 2nd spare came along as more insurance on the said lonely-desolate trail where two flats at once have happened. it is a stock tire and rim- no 33". the other spare on tailgate is a matching rim and tire- only using 30" currently. still have good rubber and haven't decided what size i am going to move up to. sure i can fit 33's with the 4.5" lift but that would be the limit. i already took the 1" body lift off and will not put back on.
oh yeah the 2nd spare is just tie-down strapped to the roll bar with 3 tie-downs. goot-n-tight! it's not going anywhere- been trail tested many times.