These kind of trips are awesome, we were talking about it a bit while we were on this trip.Man this is some serious overlanding. It sounds like a lot of fun, frankly.
Check out Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail:Man this is some serious overlanding. It sounds like a lot of fun, frankly.
Can't wait to see the future updates!
So good! I've kept the truck road-going so I can do everything from teaching 101's, Throwing down 1000's of miles a month, and hitting reds at parks. Also I have a theory that road-going trucks get maintained better than trailered rigs. :grinpimp:Doing a trip like that is one of the reasons I push away from using a trailer. Looks like a blast.
Sign me up, I'm all about adding more trips to the calendar :smokin:we're actually planning on hitting up Windrock Park (Fall 2020 sometime) for a solid week if you'd like to join.
You're not the only one. It seems like the only people who show up consistently to wheeling trips are the ones who also street-drive their rigs.Also I have a theory that road-going trucks get maintained better than trailered rigs. :grinpimp:
Add it! Dates TBD haha. Will be awesome to wheel with ya!Sign me up, I'm all about adding more trips to the calendar :smokin:
Gotta love quick fixes for scary sounds like that haha. Could have gotten way worse had you let it continue on.thankfully the only excietment of the trip while in th NMW! This truck got fresh leaf packs before the trip, and the ubolts loosened up enough to allow weird vibrations from the driveshaft, and contact with the skid plates on decel. We were able to tighten the ubolts, and snug up the skid plate bolts and continue on our way. Thankfully an easy fix.