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So my friend wanted to go wheeling with me. I had never been out on a trail before, so we went to a local trail. It turned out to be a pretty challenging trail! I ended up having my other buddy who rode with me drive a lot of it, as it was very intimidating! I saw the inclinometer hit 30 a few times, and beyond! Scray stuff on a small trail with nothing but drop on the left and right sides.

Anyway, here are some pics of my FJ. (sorry, cell phone pics, none of us had a camera, DOH!) I just put on 17" Procomp wheels and ProComp Xtreme Mudterrain tires (stock size, and the spare is a BFG allterrain) that I picked up from the forums' classifieds! Got my Tundra black handles on as well. Gonna do the complete black out this week!

FJ when clean:




Two wheel motion!


That rear wheel needs to be down on the ground!


Going up a steep hill. Almost couldn't make it as the tires were spinning on the smooth rocks, but it eventually made it up.


Zoomed in from afar


Uh oh, having a little bit of trouble going up!


Time to come back down!


Let's go right because left is no bueno!


Leading the way for an inferior product.. lol jk :rofl: That Jeep is pretty crazy!




Flexing the muscles...


The duo:


FJ showing off..
 

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Nice flex shots godfather. Looks like you are taking the blackout look one bit at a time as well. (with just that black handles) haha.

I had black handles and silver mirrors for about 2-3 months. Everytime i looked at it i just thought it looked so weird on my FJ.
 

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Nice flex shots godfather. Looks like you are taking the blackout look one bit at a time as well. (with just that black handles) haha.

I had black handles and silver mirrors for about 2-3 months. Everytime i looked at it i just thought it looked so weird on my FJ.
hah yeah, installing the handles was easy, actually taking off the bumpers and painting is another story. I was hoping to do it this week, but I love how the FJ looks when it's dirty, so I don't wanna wash it to get the painting going lol. What a dilemma!
 

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hah yeah, installing the handles was easy, actually taking off the bumpers and painting is another story. I was hoping to do it this week, but I love how the FJ looks when it's dirty, so I don't wanna wash it to get the painting going lol. What a dilemma!
All i have to say is black shows dirt MORE!
 

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Then I'll clean it, paint it, and dirty it up!
 

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Sweet pics!!!:rocker: The wheels and tires look great!!:bigthumb:
 

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It was at the Pozo/La Panza OHV area.
 

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??? never heard of it, where is that??

Off highway 58 in Santa Margarita in San Luis Obispo County, north of San Luis Obispo.

Here's a good picture to kinda show you how it was all around. The drop offs on the side looked scarier in person though...

 
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