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Thread: VIDEO - MOBY in MOAB : Gold Bar Rim Jeep Trail / IMPROBABLE HILL

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    Cool VIDEO - MOBY in MOAB : Gold Bar Rim Jeep Trail / IMPROBABLE HILL

    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. A BIG THANKS goes to our good friend Tony (JeepFan) for helping us to make this clip possible. We hope you enjoy it.




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    Made that look easy!

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    I bet you like the 6.2 in those situations

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    Nice! Great clip as always, definitely made that look easy!

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    Awesome! My Compliments to the Pilot!

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    Great climb man!
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    Very nice!!
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    Impressive!

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    Awesome
    We opted for the left side in our jku last fall. Figured it was our first time to Moab and we wanted ourselves and the jeep to survive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    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.



    Moby sounds so good! Love the 6.2. Once again, great video!

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