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Cheers Just noticed on your corolla sale thread it says sandpoint ID, Any good wheeling around there? your only about 3 hours from me
Hawt?.....THIS IS "HAWT"!!! https://imgur.com/gch5gJY.....and Bead Locks not required!! Gnarls.
But just to clarify, still running bead locks as there defiantly required for serious snow wheeling
My comment should be in the thread I started about too little or too much, but for me, 20+ years of 4-wheeling, I NEVER once popped a bead off a rim, and I NEVER once had a flat tire on the trail, I never had bead locks. Air down PSI was typically 10 lbs for rocks, and 4 lbs. for sand, snow, mud. I had both my 86 longbed and my 85 standard cab in the sand dunes a half dozen times - duning hard with the rest of the crazies and NOT ONCE did I pop a bead. Many snow-run and mud-run trips, Mud tires were always mounted on 15" alloy wheels. Was I just really lucky? Gnarls.
3rz swap, axle truss, hydro assist?
Looks good. Nice to see you didnít truss the axle. You donít need it, more times than not I have seen a good straight housing get warped after trussing it. Youíre knuckle gussets are all that is needed.
Keeping the ps reservoir warm?
hows engine swaps in canada? regulated?
Glad to see your still keeping that steering reservoir warm. Night and day difference between 22re and 3rz huh?
Question for You on Your winch. What has been You experience with it, any issues?How much have You used it? I put one on My son's truck and am curious.
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