Trail Reviews: 4800 points
Questions Answered: 50 points
Whatever gets me outside.
2000 Nissan Frontier (3"
lift, 33" tires)
2004 Toyota 4Runner (1.5"
lift, 32" tires)
Born in Wyoming but raised on Colorado mountains and trails. I grew up riding ATV's and dirtbike with my family on trails all over Colorado and throughout Moab, UT. Relatively newer to the 4x4 community (as far as full-size vehicles go) with about 3 years of experience in the truck. My Nissan Frontier is a really great truck. There are definitely some design flaws, but for the price, reliability, and simplicity, it is a perfect truck for what we do. Right now, it has no leaks at 270,000 miles. The truck has a supercharger conversion from a wrecked 2003 Xterra that was factory supercharged. I did the install myself and it does great at the higher elevations in Colorado.
My Garage (2)
2000 Nissan Frontier
Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 33"
Supercharged Denim Blue 2000 Frontier. 5-speed manual.
- OME (ARB) Leaf pack
- Bilstein 5100 shocks
- Sway-Away 20% stiffer torsion bars
- Supercharger installed from wrecked 03 Xterra S/C
- Headers, high flow cats, walker dynoflo muffler
- Coastal Offroad front bumper with Warn EVO 10 winch.
- Modified Shrockworks rear bumper
- Warn manual hubs
- Custom built rock sliders
- Gas tank skid plate.
- 5gal 150psi on-board-air
- Hub conversion to fit Toyota wheels
- LT 285/70 R17 Goodyear Wrangler UltraTerrains.
- Sherpa Equipment company racks (cab and topper).
- LED lights everywhere.
2004 Toyota 4Runner
Lift Size: 1.5"
Tire Size: 32"
V8 Sport Edition. XREAS delete. Bilstein 5100's in place. Currently has a 1.5" lift on the front and 5th gen 4Runner coils in the rear (sits pretty level). 265/70/17 Hankook Dynapro ATM tires.
We primarily use this vehicle when we are going to go on road trips. Although camping/wheeling may not be priority on those trips, it's nice to be able to do some lighter duty wheeling on the side. It has gone over a hand-full of Colorado passes and some other out of state wheeling too.
My Trail Reviews (5)
(within last 6 months)
Started from the top at WP7 and ran it 1-way to the sandy wash intersection with the main Dellenbaugh Tunnel trail. The rock steps and slick rock sections are pretty straight forward. Although they are steep, there is plenty of room to line up straight-on.
This was a fun trail with a good mix of small challenges. There are optional or multiple lines on some of the larger obstacles on this route. Rating of 3 seems about right for this one.
I would update rating to a 4 - the steps at WP4 have gotten pretty chewed up and are more difficult... for IFS vehicles anyways :)
The trail is fun route with a few obstacles. The shelves and slick rock sections are pretty fun from WP3-4. The rest of the road is dirt or sand. The views and rock formations near this trail are beautiful.
Fun route to an amazing overlook. Bumpy/rough for a while at the beginning. The slick rock section at the end is pretty cool with a few fun features.
Only ran front part due to time constraints (WP1-10 or so). The rock steps at the beginning are a lot of fun. The Cattle Gate at WP4 is falling apart, but can still be pseudo-closed.