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Snow Wheeling - January 2012
12.55 min. | 5.0 rating | 9586 views

http://www.snowtrek.org The snow level finally came down low enough to make a snow wheeling run up the Boardman Lake road. Unfortunately the cold weather didn't hold, and we got some heavy rain the night before. The result was 4+ feet of slush that turned to water as we drove on it. We stopped along the way to repair a flat tire and dig out a toyota that was stuck up there. The owner was able to get it the next day. Took a short snowshoe walk into Lake Evan and snapped a quick panorama. Overall it was another fun snow wheeling trip, even if the conditions weren't the best. This video was filmed with a GoPro Hero2 at 720p.

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  snowtrek  88 bronco 2 (3 Replies)
Ok so to get started my 88 bronco 2 started to get hot and loose power and shut off so i replaced a couple bad hoses and the thermostat and it was running cooler but it still losed power after driving it for about 30 minutes it would start to run rough then when u would give it gas it would cut out and its getting fuel so i need help on figuring out what it is
  snowtrek  Spark plugs (5 Replies)
Which spark plugs and heat range would you use for a stock 84. I drive mostly on highway. Its starting to miss some, so time for a change.
  snowtrek  Rear brakes locked up! (3 Replies)
I try very hard to look through the forums first, before wasting any time. I can't find the answer to my problem. Today, out of the blue, I drove my 1989 BII XLT three miles down the road. At times, I have noticed my rear brakes sticking a bit. I try to not use my emergency brake, because it old and it does have a tendency to stick. The cables are old. I was mostly fine, until I stopped to get my mail, 1/4 down the road at my box. I starte...
  snowtrek  Bronco Transmission Rebuld (1 Replies)
Got the B2 back from the transmission shop 3 weeks ago the bill was $1,755.00 total rebuild. Three year or 100,000 mile warranty, so far so good. Still looking for a set of stock bullet hole aluminum wheels from a newer model. That's about it for now. BroncoBruce86
  snowtrek  My family truckster (3 Replies)
Well my bronco has been torn apart for 8 years sitting doing nothing. In the mean time, the family wheeler is a 96 Lexus LX450(Toyota Landcruiser). It has the stock 4.5L straight 6 with 200K miles. A 4" OME lift with 35" tires and open diffs. This thing wheels beautifully.
  snowtrek  Bronco Transmission Rebuld (0 Replies)
OK Still waiting to get B2 out of transmission shop, got a call Fri. they are waiting on parts should be ready by Wed. We will be keeping everyone updated on the out come. BroncoBruce86

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