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View Poll Results: Think I will offroad?
Yes 13 40.63%
No 19 59.38%
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Old 10-15-2004
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Hey I know you had seconds thoughts... haha sorry man it was great seeing you make up your mind, just being like.... ahhh "why not" LOL Good times man I'm glad you changed your mine if not I wouldn't have gotten to go and that night trail ride ROCKED!

again Jon I will make you a deal, if you go offroading I'll get new tires and go with you.
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Old 10-15-2004
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im laughing so hard at the vote count...lmao
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AS CLOSE AS THE ELECTION....
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but not on this forum :badgrin:
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Old 10-16-2004
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do it! remember what we said from GE on ur one post and u'll be fine. i vote, YES...(dont make me regret it)
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Old 10-16-2004
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Originally Posted by NHBubba
[Once I realized that Wowak was in the mix as well I figured we weren't going far enough in to have any substantial problems.
Oh ye of little faith.

Honestly, I didn't know HOW those tires would do.. I bought them for their excellent on-road and rain characteristics, because in florida 100% of my driving is on-road. Fortunately we were mostly on gravel and dirt/rock, not the silt. The silt and culm (the coal dust they're currently burning for electricity) will eat up a truck like quick-sand if you're not careful.
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Old 10-19-2004
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John, I don't know what to vote for you as of yet, but I am leaning towards yes, but don't let me regret that...You have to either get stuck or get stuck trying, and trust me I will have my digitial camera with me and it was a video function on it...hahaha...And yes you are gonna be leaving the place if you do really offroad with scratches, bumps, dents anything at all from it.. So I am going to vote yes now..Can't let the Tremor Guys down now, dont know how many are actually going to this..
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Old 10-19-2004
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id say at least 10 or so
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I met Tremors, not all rangers in total
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Old 10-21-2004
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if you dont have one already id highly suggest getting a l/s or a locker for the back of ur truck because it will make a WORLD of diffrence in what you can and cant go thru
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Old 10-21-2004
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Agreed. It mitigates the limitations of my 2wD somewhat. I have a limited slip. However, you can't do EVERYTHING a 4WD can do -- but you can still have lots of fun.
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Old 10-22-2004
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LED Turn Signal Mirrors

oh i definatly agree, a traction aiding device owns. mine came factory with a rear l/s and i made my g/f order hers with one as well...
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