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Got my mud tires today did some off roading

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Old 05-20-2010, 09:12 PM
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Default Got my mud tires today did some off roading

I actually did some 4 wheeling during the day for once.. haha so I took some pics and vids. enjoy




















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here's a couple vids. as well
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxoVZP-0B1A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBw5Ib2hbjs
 
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Looks like a locker is next on the list.
 
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you are correct
 
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do you have the posi rear axle option? and did you have it in 2wd that whole time in the vids?
 
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it was in 2wd most of the time. I popped it into 4 wheel drive when you see it sitting there for a minute. I don't have posi... I would like to get limited slip, I'm looking at getting a detriot lsd
 
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Always fun to break in virgin MT's!
 
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yes... yes it is
 
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Obviously these are heck of a lot more aggressive than the A/T's but how do they compare because im getting the A/T's hopefully very soon!
 
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Looks like you had fun!
 
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I would look into a poertrax lock-rite or no-slip locker. I have a lock-rite and love it. The no-slip just has better road manners. But SUPER easy to install. Only tools needed were a socket set, pliers and a screwdriver. Took me 2 hrs from the grage door closing to me driving out.
 

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