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1st Trip to Superlift Offroad Park - Hot Springs, AR

Old 10-26-2009, 05:34 PM
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1st Trip to Superlift Offroad Park - Hot Springs, AR

Well, I've had my old 86 for 2 and a half years now, and have been wheeling all of once, until yesterday. A couple of buddies of mine from central Arkansas and I headed out there on Sunday morning.

Here's a few vids shot with my still camera in video mode, mounted on my front windshield of my 4Runner. Only modifications I have are 32" X 11.5 KM2s & recently added some Bilstein Shocks to replace the stockers. For comparison, the other guys are rolling on 33"s.

Trying to get set up for a hill climb and spinning out in the loose soil (later got it moving)

This video is just up from the location in which I spun out. Steep with many loose rocks.

Heading up the steep hill (as shown from the first video)

One of the trails was under water, but they were interested in trying
it out. I was game, - about 2 weeks ago I strung up some
differential breathers and ran them up to the top of the firewall.

Following the Jeep back out-

This one's the best, video, shot with a real video camera from the passenger in the Ranger-

If you're anywhere near the Superlift park you must go. It's a blast. Entry fee is $25 and they have trails of all levels, ranging from mild to wild (1-5). Everything you see in the video is shot from a level 2. The point at which the Jeep spins out, I believe is the entry point to a 3. I didn't even give it a try. Doubt I would have made it, but if I did wouldn't want to have to go at it alone. Needless to say, for my trip out, the 2s were all I needed. Might try a 3 one of these days after I regear and maybe add some sliders. And air lockers would be nice... yadda, yadda, yadda, $, $, $.

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man that looks like a fun place, washington needs one of those
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Good times!
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Good videos bro , thanks !!
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