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This badass-customized Jeep took to the Sand Hollows State Park in Hurricane, Utah in order to drive down a chute that is usually used for climbing up. The Jeep can be seen slowly making its way down the steep hill, looking almost as if it's defying gravity. Once the car reaches the bottom of the steep hill, it casually drives off like nothing major just happened. 

This rear-wheel steered off-roader was put together by Agility Customs from Sandy, Utah, who posted the video while stating: "This is a Jeep our shop built and we took it down to Sand Hollow to go wheeling."

There is not much to say, so just watch for yourself, this is one badass Jeep!! 

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