Nice! I ended up going on a minimum maintenance road with my toy hauler to a race track once this summer. Came up to an old 10 ton bridge after driving down this road for 5 miles with no turn around. My daughter did not like that and neither did I. Right after the bridge I could see a hill, but it curved around a corner so I did not see the extent of it. I was in 2wd because I had no idea. Didn't think I was going to make it up due to the rear tires spinning the entire way. Not sure if I could have stopped and started again in 4wd without momentum due to the extreme angle. I think if I didn't have the KO2's I would have never made it.
Needed 4x4 and diff locker to get it in there lol.
That's a great quote.Best quote I ever heard regarding "time" comes from Cavett Robert, "Killing time isn't a simple crime it's murder, for if you're going to kill it, why not work it to death?"
Sadly, I can only get the rig out ~4-5 weeks a year. And yes, there's a fair amount of planning that goes into it. I can't complain about my slice though, just grateful to have these opportunities to venture out with the family.