More Winter on the Rocks
It was a pleasure. That trail we did was narly. 😳 especially at night!Awesome pics and videos. It was great to meet you, thanks taking me along Friday night and being patient with my lack of ground clearance.
Thx. The benefit of armor! No body damage to speak of. Scratched fenders, sliders, but heck that is what black paint is for.Nice vids.. not afraid to bang on it a little..
We really do have to get out! I'm trying to get some pics of the BIG ledges we did!Pat,
I keep saying I want to wheel with you but after some of these pics...
We like wheeling down there. We'll be back. I would like to do Tabasco Twister again before the BLM closes it.Just my luck. You come into my neighborhood and I'm stuck overseas. Would have loved to see this in person.
Allan, tell me more about this dry sump system. I'm clueless.Pat,
I was expected to hear some full throttle on that ledge :bawling:
You made it look easy.
Maybe time for a dry sump system?
Damn. Maybe I out to paint that little purple bugger on the tail gate.The Barney Jeep is definitely one of my favorites.
This would probably be a good start to understanding a dry sump:Allan, tell me more about this dry sump system. I'm clueless.
Thanks. That helped. I'll look into this more. I've seen the oil light come on a couple times (not this trip, but others).This would probably be a good start to understanding a dry sump:
Essentially you replace your current oil pan and pick up with a much shallower pan and a pump that sucks the oil up.
A dry sump has several advantages which are listed in the link but the reason I brought it up here is because when your Jeep is standing like that, the oil pick up may become uncovered failing to properly lubricate during that time period.
There are pros and cons of each system, wet sump (stock) and dry sump.