I'm concerned about it as well, I really should have went with the model winch that has the solenoid mounted to the side, just to give me every advantage.I had trouble with cooling when I had my winch blocking radiator airflow. Curious how that works for you. Looks good !
Love the height and stance of the YJ, looks perfect! Glad the first trip went well and there were no major issues, congrats!!Day two of the event, most the worries have passed. I'm still getting a feel for the balance and width of a new rig. I made one big climb, but it took several times rolling up on it before I felt ok with the balance.
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It was a lot of fun! Thanks for showing us the trails, impressive seeing you drive all that stuff without a spotter.Having your rig with me on my last 2 days of the event was definitely a highlight. Solid driving both days. And the fact that you pulled off Wall of Doom at all, let alone your second day wheeling it is a huge accomplishment. So fun to watch!! I love the stance, wheelbase, sound of the engine and overall simplicity of the build. Nice work man!
Glad the rig was solid and you had a good time. It's definitely a great build and you look right at home in there. Congrats.
Thanks guys! I agree, this photo is great! Well deserved photo credit goes to LJTim.The width/height/wheelbase combo is fantastic. Looks awesome on the rocks!
Pics don't get much betterer than that?