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Default NEW VIDEO: Poughkeepsie Gulch AGAIN

Here's a new video in case you all enjoy them. I have a couple others on there as well that I don't think I posted here. Feel free to check them out!

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Good stuff! Looks like you nearly got stuck between a rock and a hard place
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It was difficult to get into the gulch area itself, and when we got to the "wall", we needed to turn around and do it all "but uphill". We didn't film as much of that because it was nerve racking and we were running out of time.
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It was difficult to get into the gulch area itself, and when we got to the "wall", we needed to turn around and do it all "but uphill". We didn't film as much of that because it was nerve racking and we were running out of time.
Enjoyed the vid. Fit one of those R180 rear lockers and you'll be going up those hills! Great flex from standard suspension with strut spaces and no sway bars.
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Seems you have a bash plate now which is better at least for peace of mind....! Nice video !
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Seems you have a bash plate now which is better at least for peace of mind....! Nice video !
Yeah, it was provided to me by SubaXtreme to "test out". It meets my standards. Cast aluminum, thick, reinforcement structure, and can support the weight of the car on a jack at the weakest point of the plate without deflecting into the oil pan.
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Enjoyed the vid. Fit one of those R180 rear lockers and you'll be going up those hills! Great flex from standard suspension with strut spaces and no sway bars.
What R180 locker? I must know what this is!!
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@Blue Fox Perhaps this: https://offroadsubarus.com/showthread.php?t=7468

or the R160 lunch box: https://offroadsubarus.com/showthread.php?t=7903
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Or this, as done by Alex Dedman:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zd4...eate_9QOi/view
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Great documentation.
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