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Not only was that cool, that was prob the only reliable dodge
 
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that was pretty awesome! i would buy one! my favorite part was where the 3 guys flipped it back over
 
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My 1998 2wd Dodge 2500 Ram 5.9 Turbo Diesel runs beautifully plus its more practically then the Blazer, but I must admit that I enjoy driving the Blazer more as its alot cheaper on fuel and kinder to my back pocket.
 
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Agree with dessert storm
 
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im surprised how much they were getting through with those pizza cutter tires
 
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that was pretty awesome! i would buy one! my favorite part was where the 3 guys flipped it back over
and no visable damage
 
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Exactly! They dont build them like they used to lol. we had a jeep in our shop not to long ago that rolled while he was offroading and it caused almost $20k worth of damage. would have been a total loss if it hadnt been brand new.
 
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that's awesome. I'd love to know what kind of tread was on those tires - maybe tractor tread like - i dunno. Knew a guy with an old suziki samauri that he'd discovered would let him bolt on some equally old swather tires - that thing couldn't be stopped either, in clay no less. Never tried rolling it tho
 
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