ExtremeTerrain loves their Facebook fans and friends. I posted a request for a picture from one of our fellow fans/friends to use for a blog posting and to my amazement, the pictures came rolling in.. more than I could ever get posted in any timely manner with blogs alone.. so in order to share my appreciation and our friends love for jeeps, I am sharing them all here within this weeks postings. Some of you have shared more than one picture.. which is awesome mind you.. but those who have shared many, I will have to post them in a blog separately.. so without further ado.. for the love of Jeeps and Jeep Off Roading…. Nothing but Jeeps!!!
From Kyle Slagle “As she sits after some 33s and a set of rear TJ flares. I thought it a right time to give her, her yearly bath.:-)”
From Kyle “One of my favorite shots. From a couple years ago; running on 31″ bald-terrains. Not much terrain like this in WV, and you can tell by the spotter’s stance it was STEEP lol.”
From Jack Barfoot “It’s actually a little steeper than it looks. Photos never do justice to the terrain.”
From Kyle “I own a 2002 jeep and went off road while it was stock… broke stuff here and there… then I went off road again this time with 31’s. Since it’s my daily driver, I’ve decided not to wheel it any more. I use it now to tow my off road buggy – sadly it’s a 2002 GMC Jimmy buggy thing.”
Patricia Bertolino Taylor
From Patricia: “Here’s a pic of my husband’s ’99 TJ (6″ of lift and 35’s) and my ’90 XJ (4.5″ and 33’s) in our driveway. (yes, I know…..cheesy to post no action pic, but this is the only one I have of them together, as I just bought my XJ!)”
Joey Rebando at Shiloh Ridge in Alto,Texas