Anybody planning for this? We are hitting a few sites in Utah and planning to arrive on Wednesday, 23 March, and departing by 2 April. That gives us a few days with EJS and a few days after the chaos ends.
I'm getting nervous. So far, I have been unable to reserve trails on the RedRock 4Wheelers website, likely due to overwhelming response to the 60th anniversary event. I had 4 trails picked and hope to reserve them, but it's looking bad. I'm already having to move my RV camp site to three locations throughout the week. Yeah, 1%-er problems...Moab moab Moab. I will not make it. I am really itching to get out there and explore. Maybe this year
I can make the the Fall Fling in october.... only time will tell. Take lots of pictures for us all.
Thanks, Jon. I've only done a few things with the '05 LJ Rubicon since purchasing it last July. The PO installed a front Smittybilt bumper and XRC winch, hard top, rack, 31" BFG KO2's, slotted/drilled rotors and brakes, 2" Rough Country suspension lift and shocks. I'll replace the front bumper as soon as I can find a suitable replacement.pics and a list of new parts on that LJ?
Most XJ owners love:
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so you are good.
It will take me a long time to wear down these tires, and I'll wait to do that before adding a taller lift and new set of 35's. I doubt I'll put as much into this rig as past Jeeps, so mild is the word I'll stick with.If you want to donate those wheels and tires to me, that is satisfactory.. Haha
By "mild", I am sure you mean Long arms ft/rear, Bilsteinn 7100's, WJ steering and brakes, and Currier anti-rock trackbars?
You'll want to do some research on where to stay, as camp sites and hotels are likely booked solid. In fact, we have to move RV sites three times while there. All trails have been sold out since the first few days registration opened. I'm staying a few days after the event so I can run some trails without the pricey reg fees. Good luck.New to the forum... Thinking about attending this. Ideally I'd like to drive my mostly stock XJ from Sonoma to Moab. Some friends from Fresno will be heading there in their new, albeit stock JK