Good run today on our Adopt A Trail in Big Bear. We had 8 rigs. 3 members and 5 guests. Very cold going up the hill this morning in a open top Jeep, but the days weather was perfect. We have a couple bullet dents on our trails sign. Sad that people think they can shoot anything. We picked up a bunch shell casings again, glass, and t paper. After out trail, we ran over to Gold Mountain. We ran it from the top to the bottom. A couple of our guests were newer to wheeling and it was a great day of training. ... See MoreSee Less
Good run today on our Adopt A Trail in Big Bear. We had 8 rigs. 3 members and 5 guests. Very cold going up the hill this morning in a open top Jeep, but the days weather was perfect. We have a couple ...
Good morning jeep freeks, I attended the Nov. Meeting and signed up for Big bear this coming weekend. Can someone tell me what Dave I need to be getting a hold of for information. Because from what I hear there’s plenty of Dave’s to choose from. Thank you and have a jeepin Day.!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Everyone, We are planning to run our Adopt A Trail this coming Saturday November 18th. It is an easy trail, but a fun ride. We will do our usual clean up as we do the trail. We pick up trash, gun shells, and make sure the Trail is in good condition. Looks like we have several guest that would like to come out with us. This is a great little trail to run. We sign a roster and document our hours and turn them in to the Adopt A Trail program. The Forest Service gets money from the state for each hour we put in. A neat program to help the forest Rangers! We will be meeting at the Vons parking lot in Big Bear at 9:00am. Pack a lunch and drinks. We will have lunch on the trail. Come gassed up in your Jeep. If you are driving from the Temecula area, allow about two hours to get into Big Bear. We will be pulling out to the trail at 9:30am. Depending on how we run the trail and who we have with us, we will decide to do another trail or do our trail backwards and make an easy day of it. Please post any questions you have. See you Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less
A race that I support is looking for 4x4 drivers this weekend to support the aid stations and runners. Duties include ferrying up supplies and then transporting injured or tired runners who don't make the cutoff. Shifts start Saturday morning and the race ends Sunday afternoon. It's a 100 mile ultra marathon. The trails are up by Blue Jay campground, Holy Jim Trail, Santiago Peak.
I'll be there Saturday night from 10pm to Sunday at 6am driving. Please let me know if you're interested in supporting. ... See MoreSee Less
This is my first post on here. I need some advice. I have a 1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree. I bought it new and awhile back I decided to put a Rubicon Express Extreme 4 1/2 lift on it. Well I goofed. Since the Jeep is kinda rare I now kinda think I should of went with a 2 1/2 lift for more of a stock look. I have 33 x 12.50s on it and I really don't do any tough runs, Maybe Big Bear around Fawnskin and Butler Peak. This lift kit has never seen the street. Only the inside of the garage I started putting a Howell fuel injection kit on and life got in the way ( I was let go from Hostess Cake after working for them 33 years when the company went belly up) So my question is will the 33 X 12.50s work with a 2 1/2 lift kit on trails like the ones I mentioned and What do you think I could get for this lift kit since it never hit the street. I paid around $1300.00 and was hoping to get a $1000.00 for it .Pictured is a look at my CJ with the kit on ... See MoreSee Less
If you are ever in northern Arizona, here's a tough trail you might want to check out....Smasher Canyon. Johnathan Pelak ran it a few weeks ago with a few rigs from the NAU 4x4 club. ... See MoreSee Less