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Old 12-04-2007
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or maybe i need to come to wyoming. lol
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i really wish i could find hills like that out here or some mojor mud but i never seem to find anything :( o well im gonna do that t bar crank this weekend it will look better i hope
ill shoot ya my brothers myspace account, he lives in san marcos and has a tacoma pre-runner all stock and hes be out some places in san antonio before.

or go to maximum altitude in selma/shertz exit 174b(i thnk) of I-35 and ask Gabe where some places are around there, he should know
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there is always the den in SA but that is risking it now a days with tickets

and there is a new offroad park that opened up in marble falls.
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yea. some guys i know in SA said they got chased out by a chopper..

Cops sit in there on ATVs and bikes waiting for people to come crusin in..
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Try cranking the wheel to the left all the way, and then back up a little. Before I installed a lift an my FX4, my 32x11.50's would rub (just a little) on the fender liners and I had to remove the front mud flaps.

The problem is that the front wheels move in an arc when you turn the steering wheel, so that when it looks like it has plenty of clearance when straight, it still rubs when you turn tight (and that's not even considering what happens when the suspension is compressed).

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Old 12-07-2007
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so far so good ive been driving like normal nothin rubbing yet this weekend im gonna take some flexin shots!
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