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    JK Enthusiast NVRDUN's Avatar
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    Default Somewhere in Arizona

    Went out wheeling a few weeks ago with some locals. I honestly dont know excatcly where this spot was, which is why I titled the post somewhere in Arizona. All I know is we went North on I15 and exited before logandale and then we ended up in Mesquite Arizona.

    Anyway here is a video I put together with my GoPro Camerea! Enjoy

    http://vimeo.com/40699099

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    Looks good. Is it just me or does it seem almost liquid there at the end. As if the video is through a water glass or something like that? Looks good though!

    Also, dont you mean Nevada? Logandale and Mesquite are here in Nevada. There is a Mesquite Creek in AZ but I think that is it. Not positive where that is though. Seen a few trails similar.

    Now...stay out of my hunting area!! LOL.

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    We were the orange track on this map.

    The water effect that your talking about is actually the camera shaking. I don't think I had it tightened all the way.



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    Last edited by NVRDUN; 04-26-2012 at 12:36 PM.
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    Ah yes I know that area. I have hunted on NV side for several years. Great little area away from everything...usually.

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    Nice video and I like the music. So much better than the other crap people put on. No kidding about the road not been maintained. We will have to go and do a trail there soon.

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    Great video.

    How do you think a stock jku rubi w/bumpers would do on that trail?

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    I believe there are ways to bypass some of the bad areas perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregaf3 View Post
    Great video.

    How do you think a stock jku rubi w/bumpers would do on that trail?
    Since this was a "virgin" trail there were not really any by-pass options. We went through with 6 modified Rubicons and some had slight trouble. Nothing that some good spotting couldnt overcome though. With that being said, I think a stock Rubicon would be fine. I am constantly amazed at what a stock Rubicon can do.
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