Originally Posted by 4WD
Well depending how armored up you are , i'm on slides & thats about it & dont know if you've been on sidewinder or bronco peak before or lately but i know sidewinder is waaay more chewed up & has some rocks exposed that like to chip away at your transfercase but it's doable i think, I know some 2nd gens went out there 2 months ago & 3 of them had some pretty bent up driveshafts going up the slide IIRC
I've been to CC but mostly on quads or dirt bikes, never been on bronco or sidewinder, but Me and the other runner have sliders, 33's, and lockers on the rear.
lastly what time would work best for you guys? 10 am?
We've done quite a few runs out there usually meet up at about 8:00-8:30 at the little gas station in Pine Valley/Frosty Cone mostly because it gets warm early & even then usually a straggler or 2 plus once you get to the CC turn off you're still about 8+ miles from four corners (staging area)
& don't know anyones skill level but for reference Bronco Peak/Bronco Flats/Sidewinder are single black diamond rated trails (advanced) Not trying to discourage anyone but its only fair to let people know what to expect & there is NO SHAME in declining to do these trails , I've done the peak/bronco flats/& part of sidewinder & they're all a little hairball...but fun, expect some pin striping too, especially if 2nd gen (longer/wider)
The 2wd when dry outer loop (TDS) turns to 4x slop when wet & i wouldn't even consider doing the rated trails then, rocks gotta be dry..