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Old 10-02-2017
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This past weekend we went to wildcat offroad park here in ky close to london ky. even took my new grandson . and of as always we had the bluebird and the jeep. so i get to the park office and signed in, then i said i have never been here before. where is the campground full hook ups and all. she said on top of the hill.i guess its a 8 or 9 grade sand rock base road.i was steep is all i know. well i hit the hill made it about 3/4 of the way up. the old girl just couldnt do it. so i back down. the park worker said unload the jeep then try it.so i did. and a faster run at the beast . we made it up the hill. he came up to the camp site,to give me a ride down to get the jeep.I told him well i tried.she just have it in her. he told me it happens alot here . the hill alot of rigs cant make it up. they even have to pull a few.so for me this was my first hill i could not pull. on the first try.tring to get pictures off the cell to show everyone.
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Are you not concerned about sliding down it when you leave? I don't think I could do it.
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Are you not concerned about sliding down it when you leave? I don't think I could do it.
not really . the 3208 na.the hill was just to much.it was a straight shot.if it wanted to slide. no turns.and a wide road. not really that long of a hill. iam sure the bigger engines here would have little trouble pulling the hill
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