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Old 02-05-2013, 11:21 AM   #1291 (permalink)
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It's 4wd lol
Looking back, we can safely say that was a mistake dropping a 4WD truck.
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:37 AM   #1292 (permalink)
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I love seeing slammed trucks/SUVs sliding into ditches all over the place when it snows because of the low profile summer tires on 24's. my Subaru probably has better ground clearance than that thing.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:23 PM   #1293 (permalink)
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Both of these do just fine at my local spots. The lil 3 did great on the 395 stretch from Tahoe through Mammoth while it was dumping. In most conditions the biggest factor will be the driver.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:59 PM   #1294 (permalink)
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Slammed trucks are dope.

I've always thought a regular cab shortbed would be fun to have.

Get you some winter tires!
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:16 PM   #1295 (permalink)
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I love seeing slammed trucks/SUVs sliding into ditches all over the place when it snows because of the low profile summer tires on 24's. my Subaru probably has better ground clearance than that thing.
Doubtful. That is all the way down. It raises back up to stock height. Also before anyone decides to put their foot in their mouth, I use air ride suspension 1: because my daughter is handicapped and it is easier on me and my wife if the vehicle is lower to get her in and out and 2: I like custom vehicles. And yes we also have a minivan. lol
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:20 AM   #1296 (permalink)
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Doubtful. That is all the way down. It raises back up to stock height. Also before anyone decides to put their foot in their mouth, I use air ride suspension 1: because my daughter is handicapped and it is easier on me and my wife if the vehicle is lower to get her in and out and 2: I like custom vehicles. And yes we also have a minivan. lol
well if he drives a newer ob or forester he has better ground clearance. i must be complete redneck. other than lowering it for your daughter's disability (which i completely understand), slammed cars look god awful. Like the most ridiculous, ugly, pointless look ever. Stock looks better (to me) 10 times out of 10.
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:11 AM   #1297 (permalink)
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I will be lowering my outback about 1.5" anyways these are from tonight, btw I keep two sets of tires one for winter and one for summer, the summers are 205/55/16






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Old 02-09-2013, 12:15 AM   #1298 (permalink)
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I will be lowering my outback about 1.5" anyways these are from tonight, btw I keep two sets of tires one for winter and one for summer, the summers are 205/55/16




man thats alot of snow. we get that much like maybe onces every year. how did the car handle, do any snow drifting?
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btw some idiot figures he would do 50 on the highway.. he got maybe 5,000 ft ahead and I saw him spin out and almost hit the jersey barrier really good.. crazy man..

I kept my speed between 40-45 just because you need to leave space to slow and stop.
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I'm going to be an arrogant Canadian for a second and say, "Pft, that's not a lot of snow." With that being said, UGH! I am jealous of how much snow you're getting. Everything is melting here. =(
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