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LOL @ paper plates and buried in the mud....

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No more wheelin for my new truck.... needs a 2/3 drop and some 22s..

Makes me wish I would have waited for a 4wd :(






 

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Thanks for being the guinea pig. I was wondering what would happen if I were to try that.:lol::cheers:
 

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hooligan said:
my 2wd romps thru the desert! f^ck 4wd!
That is awesome!

This southeastern mud/clay we have makes it difficult for 4x4's as well. It is some thick stuff.
 

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That is awesome!

This southeastern mud/clay we have makes it difficult for 4x4's as well. It is some thick stuff.
LOL, yeah... absolutely depends on what geographical location you live in. if i was there i'd definitely have gotten a 4wd, but here in the southwest, it is advantageous to have a 2wd. with a locker even more of a plus!
 

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All you need is skills and a Detroit true trac, I have been places with 2WD more than others could dream with 4WD. I wish I could have taking pics of my sis going places that no one would believe with her 98 ford tarus. I really love my truck and it doesn't matter if she is 2WD I plan on taking her more places than she was planned on going.
 

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I've seen people do some stuff in a 2wd that you wouldn't think would be possible. Here in the southeast, usually it's just mud that everybody offroads in. I have to admit though, the thought of going through the desert sounds like a blast.
 

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you don't even need tru-trac to do what i've done thru the desert! it would help but i've shut many a 4x4 moron up, when they've said, "your 2wd won't make it".
 

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A locker, good tires and skill make a world of difference with a 2wd.
 

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I have lived out in the southwest and did my share of dessert running and I have lived in the southeast and done my share of mudding. I know the mud in the southeast and without 4x4 and good tires you dont stand a chance. I went to a construction site the other day after it rained and did a little wheelin I could not get the truck over 10mph in that nasty goo. I was to scared to even think about trying it in 2wd. it was not that deep but thick nasty red ga clay sure clogs up the tires and makes the ground feel like ice. Not to put down you guys with 2wd but I would love for you to follow me through that site on that day. 2wd has its place for off road and so does 4wd. That guy with the stuck 2wd needed 4wd or at least better tires.
 

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it all depends on what you use and plan to use your truck for. you don't go out and buy a chevy malibu if you're a construction worker or a contractor?
 

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4wheelpeel said:
I have lived out in the southwest and did my share of dessert running and I have lived in the southeast and done my share of mudding. I know the mud in the southeast and without 4x4 and good tires you dont stand a chance. I went to a construction site the other day after it rained and did a little wheelin I could not get the truck over 10mph in that nasty goo. I was to scared to even think about trying it in 2wd. it was not that deep but thick nasty red ga clay sure clogs up the tires and makes the ground feel like ice. Not to put down you guys with 2wd but I would love for you to follow me through that site on that day. 2wd has its place for off road and so does 4wd. That guy with the stuck 2wd needed 4wd or at least better tires.

mmhmm... I don't plan to play offroad with it... just a spur of the moment.

I know a locker and some tires would go a long ways but I am buying a samurai to play offroad with..
 

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4wheelpeel said:
I have lived out in the southwest and did my share of dessert running and I have lived in the southeast and done my share of mudding. I know the mud in the southeast and without 4x4 and good tires you dont stand a chance. I went to a construction site the other day after it rained and did a little wheelin I could not get the truck over 10mph in that nasty goo. I was to scared to even think about trying it in 2wd. it was not that deep but thick nasty red ga clay sure clogs up the tires and makes the ground feel like ice. Not to put down you guys with 2wd but I would love for you to follow me through that site on that day. 2wd has its place for off road and so does 4wd. That guy with the stuck 2wd needed 4wd or at least better tires.
where do you go wheeling in the metro area? its all private property and i know a lot of the local guys actually drive up to TN to offroad..

i live like 2 minutes from you i bet :smoke:
 

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where do you go wheeling in the metro area? its all private property and i know a lot of the local guys actually drive up to TN to offroad..

i live like 2 minutes from you i bet :smoke:
I live off of canton rd in marietta close to chastain. Where are you at? I just found a new trail the other day I got some vids and pics up under the media forum thread named titan aka mtn goat. check it out and if you know anyone that wants to go let me know.
 
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