This was the nastiest section of the trail. It took us about 45 minutes trying different lines, stacking rocks, and fiddling with the air lockers to get up and over this rock pile. What you can't tell from the picture is that the trail is really a stream were wet and there was alot of loose gravel and sand to make for bad traction. Just behind the rear driver side tire was a 2-foot deep hole, and just to the right of that about a 3-foot deep hole.

Somewhere along the trail the relay for the ARB compressor melted down, so the compressor would not turn on... luckily we got locked long enough to get up the obstacle, but the lockers wouldn't engage the rest of the trip. Since the trip I got a replacement relay and a spare, so this shouldn't be a problem on the next run.