Fast Cars: Two Jeeps & a Toyota Take on a Snowy Gold Mine Hill – DiffLock Ep. 2

Fast Cars: Two Jeeps & a Toyota Take on a Snowy Gold Mine Hill – DiffLock Ep. 2

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( ) On this DiffLock Ep. 2 we take two old Wranglers and a 4Runner off-road up a snowy Gold Mine Hill to see which is best when the winter driving gets tough.

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44 Replies to “Fast Cars: Two Jeeps & a Toyota Take on a Snowy Gold Mine Hill – DiffLock Ep. 2”

  1. Good video! Brings back memories almost 40 years old (Yikes! I am getting old!) when my buddies and I would do similar stuff with our CJ-5's and F250's in the woods near Chilliwack, British Columbia. Cheers, and keep the shinny side up!

  2. Great video.Shows how much fun you can have on the cheep.Keep them coming.I got a 90 YJ and love it.Bought it new and still strong at 245000 miles.(currently doing a complete resto).

  3. You guys don't understand snow, do you? Lol…. secret word is 'tire chains' snow ties you are using are worthless in the conditions you are driving in….. i grew up in Alaska and learned to drive in FEET of snow and -60…. lol

  4. as an owner of a jeep yj with a 4 inch lift and open diffs, watching this video really makes me appreciate a good set of tires. ive never had anywhere near this much difficulty with mine in snow like theyre having

  5. Good video series. Most people who go off roading are gonna use older vehicles rather than banging up a $45,000+ truck. Interesting to see how capable mildly modded vehicles are.
    Any serious off roading requires both front and rear axles to have lockers. Had those Jeeps been locked up front, that little incline in the trail would have been nothing.
    That 4Runner needs a solid axle swap. ­čÖé

  6. Nice job fellas, love the series. Big ups to Matt with the 3rd gen, I have an e-locked '96 Limited that I likewise swap dedicated snow tires onto in the winter (along with a set of tire changes for emergencies), it's a total monster in conditions like that.

  7. This is a great video to demonstrate the pros and cons of certain modifications in snowy conditions. The benefits of tire size, width, open rear ends compared to locked, etc. The video helps show where a wheeler may want to invest their money in modifications first. Subscribed!

  8. Studded snow tires are off the charts in the snow and ice.  I have the same make and model on my FJ, they make all the difference.  Great video fellas.

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