Originally Posted by 99ranger4x4
that was all 2wd, towards the end in the second video i threw it in low and 2nd because my truck didn't have the ***** to spin the tires in 2wd.. my 4wd is still gone, i'm going to lock the rear and call it good unless it looks like the SAS is a long ways away, after seeing what the truck can do with "1wd" the past few days im sure i can run a number of trails in colorado locked in the rear
my friends can get me to do some stupid stuff.. atleast when the guy with the winch is there. i was NOT looking forward to wading through waist deep water at probably just abover freezing to hook up though.
the MTZs at that size may be more expensive, at the 35" level they were the same price as BFGs and damn near the MT/Rs.. the toyos were $50 more a piece
Firestone MTs seem to work pretty good on the 2 trucks i've seen running them, they seem like a softer compound though
oh and you said your not easy on your tires.. i'm right there with you, im missing a few chunks of the tires that spent most of the winter on the back.
yea after watching some of your videos you seem to be easily persuaded to do something when it comes to offroading. lol I am surprised you dont at least have a ls diff with the amount and kind of wheeling you do. I have a ls and love it, helps out offroad quite a bit,and makes people look dumb when they spin out with the one wheel then I do it and I got 2 lines of rubber on the ground.
Yea, on the road I cant hep but to squeal the tires once in a wile or get it a little sideways when the roads a little wet. Im not easy on them off road and I to have piece of the tire missing because of that.