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Jeep Jam Myrtle Beach SC

Discussion in 'General Jeep Discussion' started by jeepavalanche, Oct 13, 2020.

  1. Oct 13, 2020 at 6:44 PM
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    Is anyone here going to the North Myrtle Beach SC Jeep Jam the 23-25th this month?

    I'm going. For a few bucks you can see the vendors, drive on the beach, and go through an obstacle course.
     
  2. Oct 13, 2020 at 7:58 PM
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    Should be a fun event. Be sure to post a few pics of the event.
     
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    Had a blast!! More to come...

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    Im 6 foot tall just for measure.
     
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    This weekend was fun at Myrtle Beach SC. There are 4 kinds of Jeeps. #1. The stock Jeep with 37 inch tires and no space between tire and fender. They went on the obstacle course and damaged their fenders. Wonder why they thought they could do that. #2. The Jeeps people spent over 100k for that have a 6.4 Hemi supercharged motor, 28 plus inch rims, Alpine speakers, low profile tires, and they are great for the street look, but will never be taken offroad. #3. The offroad Jeep, 3-6 plus inch lift, mud tires, extra roll bars, less than appealing body, aftermarket tie rods, control arms, winch, bumper. Finally # 4. My Jeep. The modest looking Jeep with aftermarket bumper, winch, 3 inch lift, a few adjustable control arms, mostly road used, but can drive easily in sand, snow, and entry/intermediate trails. However, not built enough to look nice or be an eye-catcher, and not big enough to mud and drive over obstacles.

    The camp I want to be in is the one that can be wheeled hard. It takes 75 to 100k to look great on the street. But for 10-15K, you can have yours lifted up to 6 inches, with complete aftermarket suspension and 37's, and the body high enough to not get slammed on objects below you with sufficient shocks (Fox/6Pac/Bilsten/etc. They can tackle most obstacles/trails, and be articulate enough to drive over rocks/boulders, make it through a steep mud pit, laugh at a foot of snow, and can keep up speed as they're driven over sand dunes, etc.
     
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