I have heard different things. But just a little mudding and trails, and riding in some ruts, could this be bad for our mercedes???
Told ya it was addicting .. LOLBlackHawk - 2/7/2005 9:20 PM
well i'm going to get a bunch of friends together from my school and we are going to go down to browns camp
suposedly one of the best offroading trails in the US, has levels for beginner, intermediate, and expert
I'm the only one with a ML but we have some xterras, a h2, a G55 lol, 4 runner, and some jeeps
I'll be offroading with the girls because i'm such a novice with such a low height 
Well the best way to learn is hands on, but be sure to take things slowly so you can learn the limits of your ML. Make sure you are equipped with a recovery strap incase you get stuck, and some D-rings to attach them to the front right or rear right recovery point. I suggest a 3/4" minimum width for the D-rings. Lastly dont ford watter you dont walk through or cant see the bottom of first. That's really it, just knw the basics and read on here if you wish to learn more about off-roading in general and off-roading in the ML.BlackHawk - 2/7/2005 11:17 PM
i'll probably ask for some tips a little later, but if you have any for me let me know 
Are there pro comp X-terrains close to a 285-60-18 sizing ??