Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari
Like Potato Salad Hill,
Double Whammy always draws a crowd. Like a great merit badge, there is
a great reward to making it over Double Whammy. Typically, it's the
full-size trucks that make it over, but that doesn't keep the short
guys from trying it. Stay long enough and you're sure to catch some
broken rigs and maybe even a roll-over.
Bear tried to make it over several different lines to no avail.
from Dyantrac didn't have much trouble powering his Ford over, though.
Scrambler is very well-built, including huge axles and a Corvette LS-1
gang from Warn was showing off their new coil-equipped YJ Wranglers.
Warn CJ-7 tried several lines, too, and failed.
he gave up after nearly going over and spilling all of his tools out
nice thought, but this Superlift Ranger didn't have a chance. This is
as far as he got.
course, all that horsepower knocked both driveshafts out at the same
time! See video here.
the flex and horsepower available used, this YJ got airborne in the
rear and was stopped fast by the second step.
are different theories on how to take Double Whammy. However, the only
one that seems to work is to hammer it from a sharp angle. Still, good
luck is needed in a short wheelbase vehicle.