Yee Haw!!! Trust me, for those of you who may be unfamiliar with off road 4-wheeling, that was quite an obstacle for a relatively stock Jeep to be dragging a camper thru. Good job!
Now I'm curious, Dave, what axles, gearing and lockers do you have installed? I'm assuming 4.0L?
I've got the factory Dana 44 in the rear, and Dana 30 up front. I added ARB air lockers & 4.11 gears to front & rear axles. Onboard air compressor (belt drive off the engine) to run the lockers. Stock straight 6 cylinder 4 liter engine. This is a 1998 Jeep Wrangler TJ with a 4" Currie Jonnie Joint lift. Numerous custom skid plates added under. 21 gallon steel Areo gas tank has 3/8" armor welded on as part of it. The trailer hitch is a LockNRoll
This section of trail is steeper and more curved than it looks. I didn't want to mess around on this section while towing, risking a bunch of 3 point turns if I didn't get up it in the first go, so I locked the lockers from the start. My friends expected a lot more trouble for me there. It was fun though.