I run into worse inclines at the campsite during the spring and summer months, LOL...First, let me say I've only done off roading on my mountain bike; so, don't anyone get in a tizzy with my observation/question.
The 2 inclines where the TH appeared not able to climb didn't appear to be that steep. For those that do off road, were they steep?
Thanks Captain Obvious. You deserve a promotion.It protects the underside of the vehicle.
Pause the video to get a better look.The under guard protector flashes so quickly I could barely tell where on the underside it's installed.
Good find! Looks like they used 3/16" 304 SS. Shouldn't be a very hard task to make these at all.I found something! But maybe someone can replicate this in the states, as if doesn't look like they ship here ?
The skid plate from the video!
Compatibility is definitely something to consider but also they only use a 4500 ATV winch. That's fine and dandy if you are pulling a car out of a snow bank. But anything more complex than that and you'll be screwed (especially if you are trying to pull someone else out). Not to mention, it looks like you might be encroaching on your approach angle which MIGHT by worth sacrificing if you got a lift kit.Nice mount. I'm trying to figure out if is compatible with the us tow hooks though.
Very cool! How much!I just realized we have some scrap 3/16" stainless steel at the shop and I happen to have access to all the tools to make one of these. Here is what I was envisioning for the cut. I've got to wait for my jeep to get back from the shop and then I can get the exact measurements and get to work on it.
Dude. How much you want. I like. And I want.
Haha, I'll keep you posted. It will be a process since I've really only got a small amount of time on the weekends to work at the shop in getting this designed and made. But I will for sure let you guys know how it goes so you can see how it progresses now that I have my BU back.Very cool! How much!