also if ur its your daily. for the most part i would stay on the fire road or have someone walk the "side trail" before going into it because you can get in some really tight spots at times where there is no backing out. i know, i speak from experiance almost rolled my truck there this last winter, went off-roading up there in the rain with thick fog(i know i shouldnt have)...but its a blast up there... once it rains and snows im hitting up lyttle creek(909) that place is a blast with snow all the K5 blazers look at you "like how did you get up here?"...its great
What's up ClubFrontier SoCal Locals!
ClubFrontier seems pretty active as a whole, but I noticed the SoCal section is dead. Forums in general have died down these days compared to ~10yrs ago, but just checking in to see how many SoCal guys and gals may be out there, or if everyone has pretty...
My 2006 Frontier LE is showing signs of bad rear timing chain cover gasket failure. When the engine is warm and idling the oil pressure gauge starts to fluctuate. I know that this is a VERY costly job to do. I was wondering if any of you know of a mechanic in the San Diego area that can...
Anyone planning on hitting the Glamis dunes this season?
I'll be out there with some friends on the weekend after the Halloween season opener, Nov 3-5th. If you want to meet up let me know. We are hauling over quads and some RZRs.