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Old 09-26-2008
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The question I am curious about is, do you think a stock 4x4 with all terrain tires can mud better than a lifted 2wd with mud terrains?
I would say probably yes.
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it really depends on the driver, but my old f-150 fx4 with michellin ltx's (hxc street tire) ran through more than my ranger does, but it had better ground clearance too
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The question I am curious about is, do you think a stock 4x4 with all terrain tires can mud better than a lifted 2wd with mud terrains?
a stock 4x4 with 32 all terrains muds better than a 2wd lifted on 33 mud terrains, yes.
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im with jrpro...there is really nothing like having all 4 wheels pulling.
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Okay well i decided ill buy a 4x4 since i do plan on getting in to it... ill try to buy a ranger but not to sure what are some of the better 4x4s? ive been looking @ the rangers f150s tacomas tundras and 4runners.. and even xterras but i gotta hit up the junkyard and buy a few parts before i bother with a new car gotta get my ranger all purdy and debate on selling it..
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i have proven my friends wrong by running my bike further into the mud as their 4x4 atvs compared to my 2wd, ***** to the wall and dont think bout it, but sometimes that hurts
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For a mini truck, Toyota and Ford are the only way to go IMO.
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xterra=chick car

sorry dude lol
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i have proven my friends wrong by running my bike further into the mud as their 4x4 atvs compared to my 2wd, ***** to the wall and dont think bout it, but sometimes that hurts
I very rarely go into 4x4, but mine is a whole nother monster
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I very rarely go into 4x4, but mine is a whole nother monster
true that at least you have the choice
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