Originally Posted by Jeromeo
Why? The rangers rear end is way to light to make Mud Terrain tires actually useful on a 2wd.
Well, all terrains are the same price.
It had no problem going through the mud. I've got cheap no name ATs with around a 1/4" of tread left. I plowed through the mud 4 times before I MADE myself get stuck.
This pit was a good 45' long and 15' wide and like I said, atleast 6" of soft mud before you hit anything solid.
Mike, you make me jealous. South Jersey is nothing but sand, only mud you'll come across is if you venture off the trail and into the forest.
Not as muddy as it should be. Were going back this weekend with more supplies.
Shovel, more ropes, 2x12 wood planks.
I'm going to put on some hooks, that was the problem, we had no places to mount the tow straps.
I plan on getting my lift on thursday for the front, my tires are wearing badly cause of the negative camber. My shocks and springs are saggy.