Fine Italian craftsmanship and expertise in construction methods make this an entry level group only for Campagnolo.
I think it's the only Sequoia that's ever done the Whipsaw! Anyone know if there is a good website that will list off-road trails (and their level of difficulty) by location? OCT 2014 1625661_10152701618544404_2144215157944211368_n.jpg10305421_10204010880690678_255249261628608907_n.jpg10648960_10101145009683547_1556275403599016217_o.jpg10734175_10152701615379404_3897632337418542890_My "off road" driving is pretty boring. But, I do have one ok pic from Parsons Branch in the Smokies that leads to Hwy 129, tail of the dragon.
I've been meaning to get out and do some off-roading in Missouri. The kids thought it was awesome driving thru 6 or 7 streams just fast enough to make a good splash.
-5100's all the way up in the front with stock springs -OME 862's in the back -2in hub centric wheel spacers -33x11.50x16 (basically) General Grabber AT2's Thats it really.
Disconnected front sway bar and 18psi tire pressure.
I figured I'd get a thread going of Sequoias in action off road, getting dirty and taking care of business.