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Well I took my jeep off road today and had so much fun. We went to southington off-road Park and hit the trails. We had a great teacher, or spotter. Whatever you call him he was great helping us learn. 44f643dd541ca021356c9f508057e903.jpg88d1f90f8c1eaedabc997be5c3176205.jpga6cef9d47862f45291ddff573577878c.jpg

I have a cool video I will post. Well maybe not cool, but I learned what my jeep can do.

 

 

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Honestly it looks steeped in person.

 

 

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Looks like fun. We don't have Jeep trails around here or I may buy a serious 4wd. I did take my Honda Element on some mining roads in TX and NM, but nothing very grueling.

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I have been driving mine the last two days since the temps went down under 100*. Good job getting it off road and learning how to do it. I grew up driving trails and bouncing over rocks in an old GMC Jimmy. We used every inch of the skid pans on some places and the white paint turned a greenish brown from all the brush. What your doing is about right for your daily driver. No sense killing a nice rig but having fun is what they are all about.

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Looks like fun. We don't have Jeep trails around here or I may buy a serious 4wd. I did take my Honda Element on some mining roads in TX and NM, but nothing very grueling.

😂😂😂 the streets of Chicago would be grueling in your Honda Element.

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I have learned that I need a few more mods, but for the most part I’m set up for some off road fun.

 

 

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Looks like fun. We don't have Jeep trails around here or I may buy a serious 4wd. I did take my Honda Element on some mining roads in TX and NM, but nothing very grueling.

Weird. I've never seen a straight guy driving an Element.

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Well I took my jeep off road today and had so much fun. We went to southington off-road Park and hit the trails. We had a great teacher, or spotter. Whatever you call him he was great helping us learn.

I have a cool video I will post. Well maybe not cool, but I learned what my jeep can do.

 

 

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Good on you for getting out there and getting after it. It's hard to wheel your daily driver. After 30 years of owning 4x4's, I've finally reached the point where I wouldn't have to wheel my daily driver. When I break it (and it's not "if", it's "when"), I can wait until it's convenient to fix it. I had a busted front diff that waited something like 3 months to get sorted.

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Good on you for getting out there and getting after it. It's hard to wheel your daily driver. After 30 years of owning 4x4's, I've finally reached the point where I wouldn't have to wheel my daily driver. When I break it (and it's not "if", it's "when"), I can wait until it's convenient to fix it. I had a busted front diff that waited something like 3 months to get sorted.

I agree it is hard to use my dd as my off road toy. As long as I can get it towed home I can upgrade the broken parts. But it’s the inconvenience of being without a vehicle. For awhile I’ll do just moderately hard wheeling.

 

 

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