Team Four Corners 4×4 continued its recreational event schedule and spent a couple of weekends in the Farmington area during the past month supporting off road recreation.
On Saturday, August 20th, the team was at the 4 Corners 4×4 Show & Swap held at the Farmington Museum. The #4678 Jeep Wrangler LJ was on display with marketing partners Mountain Off Road Enterprises and Superchips. Team fans could see up close the first generation spring and shock tower mount being developed with M.O.R.E. and the recently installed Superchips TrailDash2 vehicle programmer. The event featured a 4×4 swap meet, off road industry vendor booths, a Jeep and off road vehicle show, equipment raffle, and show prizes. The Show & Swap is held annually in the early fall and hosted by the Cliffhangers 4-Wheel Drive Club.
This past weekend, the crew returned to Chokecherry Canyon in Farmington to lend a hand in cleaning up the Glade Run Recreation Area. The Cliffhangers 4-Wheel Drive Club organized the event which plays an important role in keeping our public lands open to the public. An astonishing 6.3 tons of trash was collected and disposed of properly. Four Corners 4×4 is proud to continue its involvement with the cleanup.
Competitive rock crawling returns to Farmington! This coming weekend, September 10th and 11th, we will be back in Chokecherry Canyon competing in the W.E.ROCK Rock Crawling Grand Nationals. Team owner and driver, Jason Kaminsky, will pilot the #4678 through the Modified Stock Class courses with spotting guidance from team co-driver Rick Jenkins. Jason and Rick look forward to putting on a great show for the hometown fans while competing on the same rocks and trails where we frequently shake-down the car. For event information, visit http://www.werocklive.com/