In your case it would require a large strap and ear plugs so you don't hear the sound of your factory rockers being dragged across the rocks. J/k
I have talked to a couple of people and I have heard that there are bypasses around the harder obstacles that may give you damage. I don't know if that means really easy or what but you should go anyway. Scrape a rocker and that is a good argument with the misses as to why you need a lift
Travis, I've seen a friends `78 Bronco with 36" swampers,no rock sliders or lockers make the trail unassisted. How big are the tires on your RC? The extra clearence he had did help him, if you don't want to drive you could catch a ride with me.
Well I already have the "GO" for a lift kit for the Dodge, but for now project Dodge has been put on hold. I want to pay off bills first. My RC pretty much stock. I think I have 265 series tires on it, or something like that. I'll look up the trail and see. That and it depends on if Im working then or not. If Im not working then I'll go one way or another! Thanks for ride offer Dave!
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