Originally Posted by TJDIV
Interesting read, all 9 pages.
After moving back to the land of salted roads I decided it was time to move away from my Land Cruiser addiction.
I really do enjoy the Tundra:
We had quite the collection of rigs on this years U.P. Overland Trip
But I do miss the Troopy... I think it would've rotted away on these U.P. winter roads though.
So you have gone the toyota way....
I noticed BF Goodrich All Terrain TA/KO is really popular, even among big vehicles. The Michgan UPoverland thingy seems fun. I think we need to rent a Liberty or something, and then do some easier trail
Originally Posted by Sexy6Chick
From this past weekend, a trail called Highway to Hell. I have decided we will no longer be wheeling on trails that have the word "hell" in them. Some really bad spotting caused our rig to flip on it's side and took a fair amount of damage and the driveshaft took some big hits so the drive home at 45 mph was NOT fun.
Thats surely ouch ouch!
Rolling over is definitely not fun. A friend rolled a gypsy(Samurai to you) recently, luckily no damage. Its only 1000kgs, and area had shrubs.
But I agree on one thing. Stay away from trails saying Hell.
That said, I have heard of a legendary trail called the Rubicon trail which is supposedly hell in the later stages, but does not have hell in its name!