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The front shaft doesnt turn while on the road, unless your hubs are locked.I have always driven my stuff to the trail. I dont own a trailer.Make sure your brakes are good, all oil's/fluids fresh, nuts/bolts are tight and keep up on preventative maintenance. Bring your tool box.The cage may bring some unwanted attention. Anything you can do to keep the truck looking like it belongs on the road will help keep the police away. Run good mudflaps and keep tires covered best you can.For me, I think 35" tires are about max for the 22r/re and long drives (i assume you're diffs are geared). AAA membership can come in handy.
Thanks. The 38 Swampers make me feel fine up to 50. I havenít pushed it past that. The next set of tiers will be radials. Yes, I am geared in 5.29ís. Right, manual hubs. That the Full time 4WD in me thinking about the DC shaft. Your comments about the police are interesting. We dont get a lot of static about it in Indiana. I know California has heavy restrictions but if Iím from out of state not sure what would be said. I have mirrors and all lights working. Seat belts working.
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