Took the Jeeps Up to Mammoth Gulch/Kingston Peak Yesterday

I drive a stock 91 YJ and my friend Nathan’s is a 2007 Commander on a 2” lift. Both performed pretty well, although I got hung up a couple of times thanks to no lockers, loose gravel/sand, and a tight trail. Great day though, and the aspens are gorgeous right now.

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