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
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.
2010 JKU Rubicon, 4" pro-comp springs, pro-comp MX6 shocks, Teraflex steering stabilizer, Teraflex control arms, Teraflex monster track bar, Teraflex flip kit, D44 gussets/sleeves, RK tie rod, 37' Nitto Trail Grapplers, OR-Fab tire carrier w/ rotopax, Adams front and rear driveshafts, 5:38 Superior gears, homebrew onboard air w/ 5 gallon tank and Viar compressor, Cobra 75 CB, Bulldog 10K winch, Hella offroad lights.