Well, Becky finally got Saturday's off.
I was supposed to work on her first Saturday off, but I found a way to work Sunday instead so we could hit the trails.
Didn't get it figured out until late Friday, so not much planning.
We went up to Gold Mountain to start with. That went well, and we had plenty of time so we headed to John Bull to finish the day.
On the way there, she felt a little steering wheel shake. We stopped and checked it out. Play at the TRE from the drag link to the pitman arm!
Only 9,000 miles, and only the last thousand or so on 37s. That is disappointing to say the least. Well, we weren't going to let that ruin the day, so off we went.
I managed to take all the hard lines without getting stuck this time, and we got her and Olaf through without a scratch, except on the skid plates and rock sliders.
Sorry I didn't have more notice so others could join in. Maybe next time.
Here are some pics of the day
It was. Thanks. Look forward to the next time to see you on a trail.
Thanks. Hope you can join us soon.Very Cool!
Looks like you and yours had a great time! Nice pictures!
Looks like an awesome area.
Looks like an awesome day! Can’t wait for this snow to disappear and the mud to dry out so I can get out on the trail! Lol
Added a EVO tire carrier to Olaf. Even had the little woman helping!
It's finally done.I'm mounting the brake light behind the wheel, where it can shine through the gaps. I'm not going through the BS of taking those tiny screws out and hoping to not loose them just to change a tire.
I'm probably going to re drill it a little bit higher, and try to not twist off any of the screws next time.
The light shows, not perfect, but good enough. Without a spacer it would have lined up with the open part of the wheel better, but I will take what I can get.
The tire sits high and tight, lots of clearance. My spacer was barely thick enough, and I had to bore out the holes for the larger studs on the JL, plus find new nuts, but it all came together.