Yeah I am amazed how the Pirellis handle but def want to upgrade to bigger and better soon hahahI wanna hang out with you guys!!! Unfortunately I'm on the wrong coast! Your pictures are spectacular!! It's great to see our vehicles handling some hairy stuff with ease even with the stock Pirellis. I have the Falkens but the Off-Rodeo BS's all have the Pirellis and I was shocked how well they performed in the NH Off-Rodeo. Sometimes I think our BS's would perform just as well with salami skins wrapped around the rims. (ok not really)
That is awesome you gotta post some pics when you do it!In answer to your off-road question… Here in Virginia I have only done a little “soft” roading on some of the back-roads. Am planning a Blue Ridge Mountain trip soon, though. Looking into trying some off-roading opportunities then.
Only me and another Bronco went through everyone else didn’t want to risk it. I did the narrow path and the other did the rock climbing I have video of that onegreat pics and looks like a lot of fun....I should of have tag along.
did everyone made it thru that narrow chute (shown on the video)? I have not been in Fish Canyon for probably 30 years. by watching other videos, it looks like that is one spot I'm not so sure about taking a stock BS thru.
It’s a Dometic surprisingly not mounted stayed in place the whole time but looking on making a mount for it just in case. Definitely should ask Santa for one hahah and I need to ask Santa for some better tires
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