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Does anyone know what the trail ratings are? I know Lower Terminator is a 4.5 or so, but what does that mean ie lockers, big tires, and etc.

BTW I found Lower Terminator, Upper Terminator and Anaconda when the local Offroad groups held their Jamboree, and we just found "Raw Deal" this weekend, Eric Boyer pointed it out to us. Does anyone know where the rest of the Trails are out that way? Still looking for Preditor.

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Here is what is used for the Moab Jeep Safari:

Red Rock 4-Wheelers
Trail Difficulty Ratings
1 All weather road; 4WD not needed.

1 1/2 Graded road; 4WD may be needed in poor weather.

2 Unimproved or rarely graded road. 4WD or extra clearance needed at times, with no special driving skills required.

2 1/2 Road rarely maintained, 4WD, good clearance, low gears often needed, with some extra care and a bit of driving experience useful.

3 Road in difficult terrain, rarely maintained, 4WD, good clearance, and low gears essential, with some driving skill and daring required.

3 1/2 Road in difficult terrain, probably maintained only by occasional users. Excellent stock truck or utility vehicle required, with considerable driving skill and daring needed.

4 Trail either never bladed or badly eroded. Stock vehicles are in jeopardy. Modifications for improved off-road performance and top driving skills needed.

4 We can hardly improve on the original description written a few years ago by Jack Bickers: "with driving by World Class Yahoo Jeepers not much concerned with vehicle durability or personal safety." It is common to have as many as 10 percent of the vehicles experience major mechanical failures (gears, axles, driveshafts) on these trails.

Moab Utah 4WD Trails



 
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