Author Topic: NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden  (Read 747 times)

Offline stan98TJ

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NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden
« on: December 11, 2015, 10:05:22 AM »
I didnt take my jeep out for this but the club ran the annual NOVA Tots for Tots run on 2 CT trails- BTC and Stone Gardens. Had an awesome turn out for a great cause. We got a video of one of our groups running on both days.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzjzuAg6EBo&feature=youtu.be
98 4cyl. 4.56 gears, 35" Maxxis Treps 2.5"OME springs+long travel shocks+ 1" BL, IronMan Fab 4x4 arms, Currie+IronMan steering, 8.8 rear,HP D30 sleeved+Eaton, RCVs,rear ARB,LODrear bumper. TO DO: Diesel Swap, Atlas4spd
The old lady hates it :)
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Re: NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden
« Reply #1 on: December 11, 2015, 11:09:20 AM »
Have we ever run those trails?
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Re: NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden
« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2015, 10:46:49 AM »
Have we ever run those trails?
JT4x4 has access to those trails. You would need an invite from them to a NOVA event. The list fills up quick but we were lucky to get a few of our members on there. It was mostly JT4x4, LIOR and NYCJC. Most of these trails can be done with single locker and decent armor, however there are plenty of lines and obstacles that are more buggy minded. My buddy was playing in 10:1 from min 13:00 until the end. Had a sweet climb in those notched rocks.
98 4cyl. 4.56 gears, 35" Maxxis Treps 2.5"OME springs+long travel shocks+ 1" BL, IronMan Fab 4x4 arms, Currie+IronMan steering, 8.8 rear,HP D30 sleeved+Eaton, RCVs,rear ARB,LODrear bumper. TO DO: Diesel Swap, Atlas4spd
The old lady hates it :)
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Re: NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2016, 11:55:24 AM »
stan what you mean by 10:1?

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Re: NYCJeepClub runs NOVA's Toys for Tots BTC and Stone Garden
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2016, 01:49:59 PM »
stan what you mean by 10:1?

transfer case ratio. Atlas t-case he's running offers some serious torque multiplication. great for rock crawling
98 4cyl. 4.56 gears, 35" Maxxis Treps 2.5"OME springs+long travel shocks+ 1" BL, IronMan Fab 4x4 arms, Currie+IronMan steering, 8.8 rear,HP D30 sleeved+Eaton, RCVs,rear ARB,LODrear bumper. TO DO: Diesel Swap, Atlas4spd
The old lady hates it :)
-If you can read this, don't roll me over. I don't have any $$ left to fix it-