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Old 07-23-2009
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Originally Posted by RazorsEDGE View Post
Lock the front no doubt. HUGE difference in traction. I haven't snapped a CV yet in mine on 35s. I mean I'm no Matt but I'm not afraid to push my truck when I take it out.....
Yeah you beat on it pretty good. Last time you just walked over everything but 2 years ago when you broke that bracket climbing that hill I was waiting for something to break lol
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