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Stats really don't matter once you get on the trail. Numbers won't do much for you when you don't know what to do with them. Water is difficult to judge a depth on, so try to avoid it. If you can't avoid it, test it with a stick to find the depth and check the bottom. If the bottom is solid, you are safer to go deeper. Also, look at the surrounding terrain. Is there a waterline on trees around it? How steep are the banks? You can bet they keep the same angle underwater.
How tall is the rock? Put a tire over it instead of straddling it. When you come off the rock steer away from it so as not to hit the side of the truck on it. You really shouldn't be doing stuff that difficult without protection though. My armor has already paid for itself multiple times over on the trails. Sometimes there is no way around coming down on skid plates and sliders. The crash sounds better than the crunch.
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Thanks guys I will take all ur guys advice and go little by little and find my self s good spotter n avoid water at all cost unless I have to go through it thanks for the tips guys.
Probably going to buy skid plates first I like my car in one piece not multiple rather spend a couple hundred versus couple thousand on a fix that could of been avoided
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