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Old 04-28-2013, 12:28 PM   #421
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Yea, that was the guy. I shot him a PM for the helluva it. Yea no 37's for this guy. I'll bump it up to 35R22's but that's it. If I do decide to regear then maybe 37's. Definately not giving up my m/t's.
MT's are really over kill... For the little mud that I do touch I never go into 4x4.... I love my trails but Terra's would be more practical for me...
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:29 PM   #422
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MT's are really over kill... For the little mud that I do touch I never go into 4x4.... I love my trails but Terra's would be more practical for me...
After dealing with mine for the short time I have, I love them, but I feel like in the long run they are going to be a pain. Especially since I have to drive to school. I might get the m16s for my next tire though. I have heard those last a while for an mt
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:33 PM   #423
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MT's are really over kill... For the little mud that I do touch I never go into 4x4.... I love my trails but Terra's would be more practical for me...
Well agreed it is overkill, be more practical for me too. Although leaving my truck stock would of been to but that wasn't going to happen lol.
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Well agreed it is overkill, be more practical for me too. Although leaving my truck stock would of been to but that wasn't going to happen lol.
Yeah.. I'm dropping down to AT's... Lighter.. Little more comfort.. Same size... Same capabilities.. If I get froggy I'll the throw so skinnies on 28's... lol
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Yeah.. I'm dropping down to AT's... Lighter.. Little more comfort.. Same size... Same capabilities.. If I get froggy I'll the throw so skinnies on 28's... lol
Please no! I've always thought anything over 24's was ugly, but to each there own.
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Yeah.. I'm dropping down to AT's... Lighter.. Little more comfort.. Same size... Same capabilities.. If I get froggy I'll the throw so skinnies on 28's... lol
Lol, all wheel no tires. Well hey drive those M/T's down to San Antonio, I'll give them a good home.
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Now I'm curious and to how much spline is actually in the transfer...
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Now I'm curious and to how much spline is actually in the transfer...
Looks similar to mine. It looks kinda concerning
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Now I'm curious and to how much spline is actually in the transfer...
That can't be good.
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Heres a pic of my drive line spacer that helped get the shaft in some. I also PM'ed stovetop, who has the same setup as me and he hasnt had any issues, so I think my seal just went bad.Click the image to open in full size.
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