I've had some particularly fun 4 wheeling experiences the last couple of weeks. The last 2 weeks here have been very warm with the temperatures getting into the 60's a couple of times. Most of the snow had melted leaving only certain areas still snow covered. Well starting Thursday evening we got a heavy storm and ended up with 2 feet by this morning. Myself and 5 other trucks met up today and ran some trails. The snow was a lot deeper then anybody expected. The area we were driving was completely free of snow as of Thursday. On average the snow came up to the bottom of my doors. Breaking trail was my buddy's '67FJ40 with 35's. The other vehicles included a couple cherokees, an f150, and a Nissan PU. The 2 cruisers broke the trail and damn, did it get deep. The 40 was pushing snow so hard with the front bumper that we had to stop repeatedly to uncover the radiator that was absolutely packed in snow. One particularly bad stretch had the snow depth even with my hood, no exageration. The 40 was even struggling, having to back up then ram forward through a particularly bad section. Even aired down, I got buried trying to navigate through his track. The ARB had a 3 foot berm of snow extending out in front of it. I couldn't get my door open because the snow depth was about 6" below my windows. The 40 had to tug me a couple of times to make it thought that section. About 45 minutes later we had the whole group through, with some work. It was a great time and was a good way to get some end of the season snow wheeling in. I took some photos and will post them when I get them developed. Absolutely beautiful out there and man were the snowmobiliers suprised to see trucks out that far. We were fortunate to be cutting first tracks the entire way untill we turned around. The 40 kept running hot and having a hard time staying running. The F150 got stuck alot and kept trying to overheat. The Cherokees and Nissan hung back and drove on the broken trail. My 80 purred and chugged along without registering a complaint, I love my truck. Overall, a great day. Thought I'd share.