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Anyone else doing hill climbs like this?

Here is a video from last Sunday in Jawbone California.
I had it in 4x4 low and did not even lower the pressure in the tires.
Floored it at the bottom of the hill and it keep constant RPM all the way up 260 feet with the wheels spinning the entire time. I am sure it could do steeper too but I don't know if I can.


Going Up


Going Down


Small Jump


I made it up every hill I started up and I would not want to back down from half way up as I very likely would be sliding if it was so steep I couldn't make it up.

If you want to see any other videos I have they are on youtube just look up Mrflyingbryan , but this is the best one. The rest or holding the camera wile driving.

Bryan
 

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As always on posted pictures and videos, the hills NEVER, EVER looks as steep as they actually are.....and that mutta looks STEEP...I could imagine it in reality....

Would it be cool or what to have a 360* inclinometer on our Commanders?...and a resettable "trip" inclinometer for a one-time pass up or down a hill, side-hilling a bowl etc?.......Lance
 
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