Crawling Rock is an extreme form of off road driving vehicles that use anywhere from stock to be highly modified to overcome obstacles. In rock crawling, hard drivers are highly modified four-wheel-drive vehicles such as trucks, Jeeps, and “trains” on very rough terrain. Driving locations include boulders, foot mountains, stone piles, mountain roads etc.
Rock crawls about slow, careful and precise driving speed, and high torque produced through large gear reduction in the vehicle’s drivetrain. Rock crawlers often drive up, down and across obstacles that will appear to be bypassed. The vehicle for rock climbing is mainly 4×4.
Rock range crawls competition from local events to national series. A rock crawling competition consists of a program of obstacles which is around 100-200 meters long. Each obstacle is arranged with a gate, similar to a ski course.
The basics of crawling shapes
Jeep Rubicon Rock Crawling
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