MOAB : Pilgrimage to the Promised Land – Part 1 of 6

More than just a trail, Moab is a destination. It’s what many like to refer to as, “the promised land.” It’s a beautiful off-roading paradise, sculpted out of red rocks and with breathtaking views every which way you look. And, it’s a place that most Jeepers hope to make a pilgrimage to at least once in their life.

Originally completed as a single 1 hour film, MOAB : Pilgrimage to the Promised Land, has been broken down into a 6 part series and documents the week long pilgrimage we made with our friends to attend the Easter Jeep Safari back in 2010. While this first episode contains no wheeling, it does feature our caravan to the promised land, the difficulties we encountered along the way and, introduces most of the main characters that you will see throughout the series. We hope you will enjoy it.


MOAB : Pilgrimage to the Promised Land – Part 1 of 6

Be sure to check back next week as we release Episode 2: A Mind Screw – Seven Mile Rim Trail.


  1. Great start on the videos! What’s up with the cracked transfer cases? Ever found a root cause?

    Was a little surprised by using the Right Stuff RTV only instead of some JB Weld then some RTV but y’all have years more experience. Think I’ll throw some Right Stuff in the kit.

    Starting to wish I was able to make Jeeping my way of life. Keep the good stuff coming. Thanks!

  2. thanks BigJeschke 🙂

    Kingteddybear, we used the right stuff because it sets up in about a minute.

    regarding the t-case breaks, i believe that it is caused by front driveline vibrations left unchecked. this is common on JK’s running after market drive shafts and running too much positive caster with 5.13 gears or higher.

  3. Look forward to each and everyone of your videos. Great work and I wish you guys were closer just seem like a cool group to hang out with and wheel with.

  4. You are great! I look at you from Italy and make me dream with my JK! I hope to visit these wonderful places sooner or later ..

  5. Can’t wait to see more – Live in Ohio with our 07 JK. We will one day make it out there….fosure!!!

  6. Curious to know about the two Jeeps that had transfer case leakage. Was the damage due to prior rides or did these cracks develop on the trip?

  7. no. the damage was caused by front drive line vibrations that went unchecked for too long. this can be caused by an out of balance drive shaft and/or too much caster while running 5.13 gears or higher. lack of maintenance will cause your double cardan to seize up and that will cause a break too.

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