Michael Greene

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Off-Road Experience:
6+ years
Off-Road Style:
Overlanding
My Garage:
  • 2013 Jeep Wrangler (4 door) (2" lift, 33" tires)
Twitter: @utslick68 IG: utslick68 Most of my local off-loading is done in and around the Cherokee and Nanatahala National Forests which surround the Great Smoky Mountains in East TN. Also, Windrock OHV Park in the Cumberland Mountains is an easy drive. My preference is being out West, in Colorado and WY. On a prior trip to Colorado in 2017 I covered Alta Lakes outside of Telluride as well as Mineral Creek, Engineer Pass, Animas Forks, California Pass, part of Poughkeepsie Gulch, Hurricane Pass and Corkscrew Pass all along the Alpine Loop outside of Ouray. My most recent trip, in Fall of 2020... was two-plus weeks across Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico. I was able to do the Snowy Range outside of Laramie, Central Bighorn Mtns west of Buffalo then Kirwin in the Absarokas south of Cody. I had Morrison planned, but a seized up rear locker, earlier in the trip, had to hold that off for another day. Then it was from Dubois across Togwotee Pass to the Snake River Valley and back the Winds on Union Pass from Dubois to Pinedale before the trek towards the San Juans again. After Dinosaur, Colorado and Grand Mesa National Monuments it'll be Dallas Divide/Last Dollar Road into Telluride. Finally I made up for all I missed in the San Juans 3 years ago and hit Imogene, Black Bear, Ophir and a quick summit of Cinnamon Pass and back before heading down to Durango, then on towards New Mexico. Final piece was the Jimez National Forest and Valles Caldera National Monument, before a 1450+mile straight shot on I-40 East back home. Eighteen days and ended at 5,545 miles. Moab and the Mighty 5 are on the docket for 2023, when Tennessee plays at BYU and I figure I can take an extra week driving home to hit most of what Utah has to offer. Before tacking on a few days in Wyoming again before going home.

My Garage (1)

2013 Jeep Wrangler (4 door)

Lift Size: 2"
Tire Size: 33"
2013 Wrangler JKU MOAB edition OEM rear locker OEM/MOAB rock rails AEV/MOAB tubeless front bumper AEV/MOAB rear bumper Yukon Gear & Axle 4.11 gear upgrade AEV 2" Spacer Lift Bilstein 4600HD series shocks OEM Rubicon Springs AEV Steering Skid Plate Old Man Emu Steering Stabilizer JKS Quick-Disconect Sway Bar end links Rubicon Express Oil Pan Skid Plate Mopar front diff cover and slider AEV rear diff cover and slider BFG KO2s in 285/70/17C OEM MOAB matte black wheels 1.5" Spidertrax hub spacers Powerstop Z36 Front/Rear Brake Kit BrandMotion front camera BrandMotion rear camera with led CHMSL Mopar Cold-Air Intake Walker/OEM black muffler Superchips Flashpaq F5 programmer Oracle HALO Switchback headlamps VisionX HALO led fog lamps VisionX 13" led light bar AEV auxiliary light mounts JW Speaker led rear and turn signals Interior and ambient led lighting SlickRock Gear JK Door and Console Pockets Kenwood excelon 693 w Garmin nav JL Audio 5-channel marine amp Polk MM marine compontent speakers Polk MM marine 8" sub Front trail camera with custom grill mount 67 Designs arms on RAM mounts iPad Air2 with GAIA map software Garmin InReach Mini Motorola T465 2-way NOAA radios Rhino Rack Backbone 3-Base System Rhino Rack Pioneer Platform w/ rear roller Teraflex HD Tire Carrier Teraflex Hi-lift bracket with Rotopax extension Rotopax 4 gallon fuel can 2 sets of MaxTrax MkII boards in Gunmetal 2.5lb Halgard fire extinguisher DeeZee interior cargo rack basket