Without traction aids, sufficient clearance and HEAVY skids I think you will turn around about 2.6 miles into the trail. I'd rent a Jeep or side by side in Moab and check it out first. By the time you air down enough to actually climb, you're going to have like 6 inches of clearance. You're going to need a winch for sure.Unfortunately, this humble Armada does not have any lockers nor electronic traction control devices, except the VDC is one, lol. ]
This reminds me of the guy trying to climb Potato Salad hill 5 years ago in a stock Denali. Before he was done, and I mean done at the very bottom of the hill, one front tire was pointing north, the other south.
Just keeping it real here. Something tells me you are not really serious about doing this trail in that rig.
EDIT: When I said the Armada wouldn't make it past the 2.6 mile mark on the trail I was measuring from the trail head, NOT Highway 128. The Armada did not make it past the 2.6 mile point I spoke of. He stopped there and said, "WTH"??? So any others thinking they will be able to take a similar rig up that trail, take heed. The ledges he used his plastic ramps on were 10 to 14 inches in height, the ledges at the 2.6 mile mark are almost 30" tall.