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Bronco Peak Expedition

Discussion in 'Offroad 4x4 Runs Planning and Discussion' started by Mickthe1stgenX, July 24, 2011.

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  1. Mickthe1stgenX

    Mickthe1stgenX New Member

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    once I get the rig fixed it'd be sick to get some people together and hit up Bronco Peak in Corral Canyon, east SD County. Anybody been up there before?
     
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  3. RockRanger

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    Yeah fun trail. The connector is more fun though. Will be hot this time of year.
     
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    I have 3 buddies (xj/zj/rubicon) that would love to go.
     
  5. Mickthe1stgenX

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    yea man i think the weather helped me blow a head gasket, ill let you know when im up and runnin again mullet! shouldnt be more than a couple weeks (im a noobie doin an entire rebuild)

    so youre down too ranger?
     
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    I live 400 miles to the north now. So it will be a while till I ever go down there wheeling again. Last time I was out there the connector cost me an axle shaft. Do you have a build up of your explorer somewhere?
     
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    yea man that connector looks gnarly..to be quite honest I'd rather go around that bit of trail ha. did you do a solid axle swap after?

    build up as in a list of the parts or a documented rebuild?

    currently im on a 6 inch (i think) suspension lift with rancho coilovers, new leafsprings, new driveshaft, exhaust, 33x10.5 bfg ats and im pretty sure the last guy put lockers on her. im installin an entire rebuild, cylinder heads, kkm intake, bbk throttle body and JBA headers
     
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    sick threads man. [​IMG]

    super ballsy to take a ranger with 31s up that man. I'm afraid my X will go ass over head going down or vice versa going up...saw some footage of some Land Rovers on youtube almost flippin right there (sidewinder right?)

    edit: I used to have Ranger w/ 31s and come to think of it it was easier to run up steep ascents like that than it was the bronco w/ 33s
     

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