I have a few "off-road" type pics on my home computer, I'll see what's worth showing when I get back. I have a hard time finding places to take it off road that aren't either un-impressively easy, or require a lifted Jeep to go down.
Wow, great pics guys! :thumb:
I know these can be pretty capable vehicles but the most exicitement my truck sees is dodging potholes in early spring.
That Diablo drop looks like it could do a number on the running boards if the were left on :doh:
I'm not a sophisticated off roader, but wish I had the camera yesterday. I usually tread pretty lightly soft-roading, but found myself on a nasty couple of spots that were either turn back or go for it. First time I've been on three wheels during a steep rocky decent, right rear was well off the ground, and one 1/2 pipe that was nearly bumper to bumper with all the 3.0 and street tires could muster. My 14 year old son was freaking out and I had a couple of... (lets say if there were buttons on my seat cushion, they'd be gone), pucker moments. :blush: Glad to have no additional scrapes or missing underside parts.
I've had my E up to the headlights in snow trying to go up Mt. Shasta in Northern Cali on a back road, stupidly. Made it farther than some of the other 4x4 that tried to go up. I wish I had dug my camera out, but I was more concerned with getting out, and not being stuck on the mountain.