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Local Rebel friends and family got together this past Saturday in Big Bear, CA for some fun in the woods. New faces joined us this trip - Kyle Kiggins in his Cherokee and Shawn Criss in his YJ were in attendance. Welcome to the crew!

We met up at the Rebel Cabin at 0900 for some eggs and bacon (thanks Adam) followed by a quick fix on Sandy's Doublewide Rebel F250 SD - vacuum hubs were acting up.

The 10 of us hit the highway off towards Gold Mountain trail. Since we had close to stock rigs with us we wanted to make sure everyone had a great time and Gold Mountain has something for everyone.

The day went off without a hitch - all rigs were working great and every face had a smile on it. After Gold Mountain we headed over to Gate Keeper on the John Bull trail so the more built rigs in our group could stretch their legs. Jason in his open diff JK Unlimited decided to tackle the trail but ended up breaking a front u-joint. Easy fix back at the cabin and he was able to head home without a hitch.

Thanks all who attended - it was a great Saturday!

Cheers,
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great pictures and was a fun time!

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Great photos. Quick question, Are those Rockhard tire carriers on the silver and black JKs? If so, how do you like them? Any issues?

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Great photos. Quick question, Are those Rockhard tire carriers on the silver and black JKs? If so, how do you like them? Any issues?
NMloner,
Those are RockHard 4x4 rear carriers - ones that we HIGHLY recommend. They hold up to 40" tires like on my JK and give the driver zero headache. You can unlatch the handle with your pinky finger and they are stealthy quiet going down the road. They have a greasable pivot point and as Party Barge found out that trip - they can take a beating. He landed hard on a rock and the bumper held up with zero issues.

Give me a call at 866-900-8841 and I can talk you through one.

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Ok, judging by the pictures I might have to throw the BS flag on the "mostly stock" statement. They all look pretty well built to me.
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Great pics. Looks like you guys had some fun

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NMloner,
Those are RockHard 4x4 rear carriers - ones that we HIGHLY recommend. They hold up to 40" tires like on my JK and give the driver zero headache. You can unlatch the handle with your pinky finger and they are stealthy quiet going down the road. They have a greasable pivot point and as Party Barge found out that trip - they can take a beating. He landed hard on a rock and the bumper held up with zero issues.

Give me a call at 866-900-8841 and I can talk you through one.

Cheers,
Bond
Thanks for the reply. I hope to be purchasing one in the near future, I'll let you know.

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