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    VIDEO - MOBY in MOAB : Pritchett Canyon Jeep Trail / ROCKER KNOCKER

    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.


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    Ok, that was cool to see!! I totally remember that tire coming up. Good times. And great camera work.

    Fuck that obstacle though.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    Wow that tire coming up like that made me pucker. Great driving again Cindy! Thank you for sharing.
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    Nice! I'm not trying that.

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    Nice driving!
    Go girl!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Ok, that was cool to see!! I totally remember that tire coming up. Good times. And great camera work.

    Fuck that obstacle though.
    LOL!! Better to have tried multiple times and winched up than to have broken something big and have to be dragged out. Good times for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    Wow that tire coming up like that made me pucker. Great driving again Cindy! Thank you for sharing.
    Glad you liked it. Cindy is pretty fearless.

    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Nice! I'm not trying that.
    Unless you winch, you don't really have a choice but to try something if you want to keep moving forward

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    Wow! I got an adrenalin rush watching! Great Job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Bud View Post
    Nice driving!
    Go girl!!
    We need to get you out there with us next time

    Quote Originally Posted by BamBamDeer View Post
    Wow! I got an adrenalin rush watching! Great Job!
    LOL!! I have to admit, it really is a rush to see even now

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    Normally that line on Rocker Knocker is crawled in the JK, you tip toe through it, slipping sideways until you reach the ledge on the far left, at the brink of rolling over the whole time. It can get pretty sketchy for sure and there is no easy way to save it if you start to go over (maybe covering reverse).

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    Nice to see some use of momentum as a different approach... Excellent Driving, very well done!

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    Most aggressive attempt I've seen in a non buggy. I bet that was something to see.

    A mildly tricked JK used to be able to make it up without winching.
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