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Old 10-25-2010, 08:19 PM
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hugh I cant beleive my what my eyes are reading , I'm 33 and I have definatly let her eat . But it sure does take a tole on your truck definatly not worth it . But on the other had good way to make sure every thing is good cause whats not is probably coming apart . I just replaced my motor mounts and they pretty much just fell out , plus the rear brake line . So i guess no more burn outs for me . 4 now .
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10 or so of these and you will be replacing the spider gears. yes my truck is open diff, but you can get a decent posi burnout goin if you coax it enough
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I toasted my tires before I got my 31's...

http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1301431899046

not sure if you guys can watch that or not...
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I could watch it... but which one is you?
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I don't have the heart to do that to my new Wranglers... Expensive tires with a soft compound... ummm no lol.

I did do it in my buddy's car though, he was replacing his tires that day so we made the old ones bald... we ended up going to the shop on the spare though lmao
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I could watch it... but which one is you?
my friend Mitchell was shooting the video. He was telling me to stop because my mom was coming up the street lol
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just tell your mom you were giving the old rubber a "last hurrah"
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I can honestly say I've never even tried don't think the 2.8L could even do a burnout in my car and if it could it would be pretty pathetic.
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what's wrong with you guys? I'm 23 and I've done a ton of burnouts in every vehicle i've ever owned. Hell even in my old 87 subaru justy 1.0 3 cyl 5 speed. I've got kuhmo a/t's on my blazer and i've burned them a few times but they like to just hook up and take off. I guess i'm crazy cause I'm a drag racer at heart.
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Add me to the list of "Not". I didn't buy the Blazer to do burnouts. I bought it for its offroad capabilities.

Now, I've owned other vehicles that I've done burnouts in, mainly a Corvette and Camaro SS. Don't own either of those anymore.
 
 
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