You can do Hells revenge and Fins& Things in the same day. They are right there together. Also after doing Metal Masher you can go check out the Gemini Bridges. They are pretty cool.
Thanks John! That's good info.I love Poison Spider.... you can speed some great times on amazing views out there! Steel Bender might drag terrible on the one big drop if you take the loop over to Flat Pass... You can run a loop on Steel Bender without doing the drop, and head back out the way you came in. I have a JKU on 37's... and my bumper drags for the last two feet of the drop... there is no bypass. Pretty sure it would test your skids and drag pretty bad.
I agree that you can get fins and Hells revenge on the same trip out there...
And do get the book! t will give you some examples of great trails...and hiking etc that are located on those trails.
The least crowded trip we have had in Moab was to take the Whale Arch/Tower Arch trail... it brings you in at the back of Arches national park near the devils kitchen...and you can drive the whole park out from there on the way back to Moab. We only saw two Jeeps all day on those back trails in Arches National Park.
From what I understand Fins is pretty tame. We are starting with Fins and Hell's Revenge tomorrow. Will let you know how it goes.Headed to Moab in June. Plan to do fins and things with my stock Mojave. Any insight to if I’ll have any issues with my stock hight. Plan to also drive a lot through canyonlands and arches.
You could maybe get a hitch skid to protect the receiver, but the bumper may still drag. When possible, while descending a ledge or hill take it at an angle instead of straight on. You're gonna have to embrace the big booty of the Gladiator.Anything I can do to try and alleviate damage?? Beside lift and such?
Thank you! I’ll look into the hitch skid and watch those lines.You could maybe get a hitch skid to protect the receiver, but the bumper may still drag. When possible, while descending a ledge or hill take it at an angle instead of straight on. You're gonna have to embrace the big booty of the Gladiator.