14” TC Long Travel
Currie Ford 9” Dana 60
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Ultimate Adventure SAS FJC
Before you head out, think safety. Here’s some (sometimes not common sense) tips:
*Know your Trail – Before you head out, know where you are going and what type of terrain you will be facing. Read reviews and trail guides. If you are traveling alone, make sure someone knows where you are headed and an estimated time of when you will be back.
*Know your vehicle – Know exactly what type of terrain your vehicle can and can not handle. Respect its limitations. Know your vehicle’s dimensions – height, width, length, approach angle, departure angle and ramp angle – you want to be able to know when you can fit and when you can’t. Know where your lowest point of clearance on your vehicle is.
*Have tools – Keep a tool kit in your rig for trail emergency fixes. Keep on hand any small replacement parts you anticipate on possibly needed to replace. Keep a first aid kit on hand as well – you never know when that could come in handy.
*Drive slowly – Generally speaking, off roading is not meant to be done fast. Be cautious of your speed. “As slow as possible and as fast as necessary.”
*Stay on the trail – Not only does not staying on a designated trail badly impact our environment, but, it can also be one of the most dangerous things you can do. Stay where you are suppose to be – those trails are there for a reason.
*Be courteous of other vehicles – When on a grade, the driver going uphill has the right of away.
*Know your limitations – Off roading is not an ego boost. Others may make it where your vehicle (or driver) simply can not. Choosing another approach might not only prevent damage to your vehicle, but may save your life. Don’t try a maneuver that you are not comfortable with.