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    by Published on 05-02-2016 01:32 AM

    Chewy Hill (sometimes referred to as "Which Way") is the second major obstacle on the Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail but the first that you have to take on as there are no bypasses. From what I understand, this challenging obstacle used to be a graded dugway but over time and hard use by off-roaders, it has eroded into a series of large, slippery ledges with the last of which being considerably off camber. Needless to say, it's a tough climb and one that typically requires a good amount of momentum to get up the first half of the hill and then careful finesse to make it up to the top. In this short clip, you'll get to see two different camera angles of me taking this tough hill on in Moby, our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler powered by a 6.2L LS V8 and pushing 40" Toyo MT's. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy.



    by Published on 04-26-2016 01:11 AM

    Rocker Knocker is without question one of the most famous obstacles on the Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail in Moab, Utah. Essentially a huge set of ledges with a sandy base to make things slick, this obstacle typically requires big horse power or a careful line that will push your Jeep to the edge of flopping on its side. Because of its difficulty, a winch point is located up on top and it isn't uncommon to see broken parts laying around. In this short clip, you'll get to see two different camera views of Cindy taking on this formidable challenge in Moby, our 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler powered by a 6.2L LS V8 and pushing 40" Toyo MT's. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy.

    by Published on 04-20-2016 04:01 PM
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    After taking on a considerable amount of damage to both passenger side doors on Moby a couple of years back, Cindy and decided to replace them with a set of Rugged Ridge half doors. And, while we were never really been big fans of half doors before then, I can tell you that we have since totally fallen in love with them. Sure, they're noisy, difficult to open and close the windows while driving and offer limited security but man, do they ever look awesome! Of course, this is to say nothing about the fact that they're so much lighter than full size factory doors and are super easy to strip down when you want that open air feel. Also, ...
    by Published on 04-20-2016 01:08 AM

    As about as soon as you start the Gold Bar Rim Trail out in Moab, Utah, you'll come across a challenging slickrock hill known as, Improbable Hill. As you approach it, you'll see the slickrock is essentially flat on the left and as you move to the right, it gets steeper and steeper until it ends over by a tree. On the far right, you'll see that is the face of the rock is covered with black tire marks and it can be a lot harder to climb than you think. In this short clip, you'll get to see Moby take it on and make it to the top. We hope you enjoy it.



    by Published on 03-30-2016 04:58 PM
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    A few weeks back, Cindy and I went on a quest to visit a few different sites out in the Mojave desert where large rocks had either been caved out or painted to look like ghouls or menacing creatures. Of course, these are actually things we've seen in other places across the country and I thought it would be fun to start a thread where everyone could post up and share the Rocky Horror Rocks, trees ...
    by Published on 03-29-2016 05:00 PM
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    It's been a while since Cindy and I had a chance to go looking for concrete arrows and while it wasn't really our plan to go looking for any on our way home from our recent trip to Moab, it was kind of hard to pass one up that we had been meaning to find out near the Nevada/Utah border. I mean, who knew when would be the next time we'd be out in this area, right? The ...
    by Published on 03-28-2016 05:01 PM
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    The day after we got home from Moab, our good friends Tony and Stephanie came up to visit and spend some time with Cindy and I. Of course, a visit to our neck of the woods wouldn't be complete without visiting at least one of the many malls we have in the area and the following are photos from the fun we had at Bronco Canyon.
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