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Just wondering how many guys here off road their Titans.
 

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i do i do! fabbing my beadlockers up and will have installed in a few weeks
 

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No real rock crawling here, but we do use it off-road on some fairly difficult trails. The Off-Road package is the whole reason we bought a Titan. (Although the V8 certainly sealed the deal!)
 

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Take mine into the sand and snow and up the fire roads for mountain biking.

Getting new Bilsteins to help manage the potholes!:lol:
 

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4 wheel drive sure does help when offroading.........lol
 

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Demondw3 said:
If you mean me I almost made it out but slid back in. The wrecker even had trouble.
How did you get in that mess ??
 

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I off-road regularly, but due to a bent skid plate and the contact between my uca's and my coilbucket, off-roading is taking a pause till i can get my new sway a ways and uca's from greg
 

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redneckpapa1996 said:
How did you get in that mess ??
I was released from work early and had nothing to do on a rainy day. I had gone thru the same stuff in my explorer(2wd) before so I assumed the titan would make it. The day I did it with the ford it rained two days prior and was drying up. This day in the titan it had rained all morning and I did not think about that so the pictures tell the story..:bangit:

Red..Nice avatar
 

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Yes regularly, just going to my house is 3 miles down a red dirt road. It can get real bad when it rains hard. I also made a small mud pit near my house I play in sometimes.
 

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On the beach. Love it. Just have to deflate the tires to about 20 psi.

Also, I love to empty the water from the craters in my sister's 1.5 mile driveway. My sister and her husband both agree that my Titan takes the bumps better than anything else they've seen.
 

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Demondw3 said:
Does this count? Technically I was off the road and did a good job staying there.
Whoops! Funny, I did the exact same thing once in the spring. Just pulled off the pavement a bit to turn around. Onto what looked like wet, but solid ground. Slid down into the barrow pit a ways. Stopped, put it in 4WD. I wasn't stuck, but I couldn't get up the slight hill and back onto the road. So I got out and hooked my tow strap to the front and the next chebbie that came by stopped and pulled me back onto the road. We had to use his tow strap too, I was so far off the road.

But it was an easy pull for him, he didn't even get his boots muddy. Hint for off roaders: if you get stuck and need a pull, get all set up, shovel if you need to shovel, and be standing there with the tow strap, ready to roll. Make it as easy as possible for the tow vehicle, and it's a lot more likely that someone will stop if they see you have done all the messy work already.
 

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Nuke said:
Whoops! Funny, I did the exact same thing once in the spring. Just pulled off the pavement a bit to turn around. Onto what looked like wet, but solid ground. Slid down into the barrow pit a ways. Stopped, put it in 4WD. I wasn't stuck, but I couldn't get up the slight hill and back onto the road. So I got out and hooked my tow strap to the front and the next chebbie that came by stopped and pulled me back onto the road. We had to use his tow strap too, I was so far off the road.

But it was an easy pull for him, he didn't even get his boots muddy. Hint for off roaders: if you get stuck and need a pull, get all set up, shovel if you need to shovel, and be standing there with the tow strap, ready to roll. Make it as easy as possible for the tow vehicle, and it's a lot more likely that someone will stop if they see you have done all the messy work already.
I actually did not have tow hooks at the time. The first thing I did once I cleaned up was to look for tow hooks. I now leave the mud to 4x4's and occasionally take it out in the desert...so I can ride my quad around..
 

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Done a couple of rock climbing, does that count?
 
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