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I have a JT Overland with no lift and 33" tires, going to put skid plates and rock rails, I do not have the $$ for lift yet, as it gets really $$$$$ here in Canada. Anyone know the capability of the JT to do some of the Badge of Honour trails without lifts or >33" tires?? I do not want to wait to do anything until I get a lift or huge tires. My JT is my daily driver.





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I have a JT Overland with no lift and 33" tires, going to put skid plates and rock rails, I do not have the $$ for lift yet, as it gets really $$$$$ here in Canada. Anyone know the capability of the JT to do some of the Badge of Honour trails without lifts or >33" tires?? I do not want to wait to do anything until I get a lift or huge tires. My JT is my daily driver.
 

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I just did: Ophir Pass, Imogene Pass, and Monument peak badges all in a stock gladiator sport on 33's... just drive carefull... there are many trails you can do stock!
 

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I just did: Ophir Pass, Imogene Pass, and Monument peak badges all in a stock gladiator sport on 33's... just drive carefull... there are many trails you can do stock!
thanks, I thought I could just wasn't sure
 

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It's a Jeep - your fine just don't push it and watch those side balloon jugs (side steps). I have done many harder trails down in Southern California. I am not sure how the difficulty is when compared to Canada.
 
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It's a Jeep - your fine just don't push it and watch those side balloon jugs (side steps). I have done many harder trails down in Southern California. I am not sure how the difficulty is when compared to Canada.
I want to do some of the US trails that are on the badge of honour trials....but just found out that I wont get the badge because I'm not merican, I guess FCA US does not play well with FCA Canada, or vice versa...... :mad: :punch:
 

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I want to do some of the US trails that are on the badge of honour trials....but just found out that I wont get the badge because I'm not merican, I guess FCA US does not play well with FCA Canada, or vice versa...... :mad: :punch:
Thanks for the info- I didn't know about that app.
Unfortunate for you about the "badges", however, I never really did any trails to collect badges v others. It's more for skill-building and commodore.
I can see it's a great marketing idea.
I will, however, check out the app so that I can find cool trails in the US. Let me know if you find your way down south.
 

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