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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #510 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:19:08 PM »
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #511 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:19:51 PM »
Looks like yall had fun! I wanted to come soo bad! But I just couldn't scratch up the gas money to make it up.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #512 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:21:33 PM »
shot of the day marseys truck with dana 60, and 70, with 42" iroks pulling out a big ole stuck as #$^& fullsize doge
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #513 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:22:16 PM »
me in dual ultimate gear, :turtle:  creeping through the fat hole and making it wider, yes i was still moving


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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #514 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:23:36 PM »
i had a blast, i blew a bead 4 times at 3 pounds, and they went back on suprisingly easy thanx to my pimp trick... and thats the worst that happened except for running out of beer
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #515 on: Feb 03, 2008, 10:24:07 PM »
i wish i would have been able to roll with the whole crew, but i still had fun
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #516 on: Feb 04, 2008, 08:02:53 AM »
i know lil buddy had to have taken a :pokinit: ton of pics... where they at brody?

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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #517 on: Feb 04, 2008, 09:32:40 AM »
actually i didn't see him take that many.

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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #518 on: Feb 04, 2008, 09:36:11 AM »
Thats cause i didnt

I didnt take :pokinit: worth pictures. Ill put em up on photobucket though.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #519 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:05:20 AM »
Damn from what pat and kyle said you guys were on the good side. The snow was crap where we all went that day. Lots of getting stuck and crap. The snow was powder but a little wet made for a hard day.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #520 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:38:33 AM »
yeah there was only a little getting stuck, my buddy with 37 toyos, was getting stuck, he said he hates those tires, the snow should be better next weekend, after it gets hard  :crossed:
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #521 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:53:58 AM »
o, you usually take a lot of pics

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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #522 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:54:45 AM »
o, you usually take a lot of pics

We hardly wheeled

theres pics on the "pic thread"
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #523 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:55:23 AM »
ill check it later

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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #524 on: Feb 04, 2008, 02:48:23 PM »
yeah there was only a little getting stuck, my buddy with 37 toyos, was getting stuck, he said he hates those tires, the snow should be better next weekend, after it gets hard  :crossed:

ya the 2 or 3 people that had those tires were getting stuck every 20 ft. those tires do suck. there good for full size trucks like duramax's, F350s, dodges...etc. the side walls dont bag for anything and the compound is super hard.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #525 on: Feb 04, 2008, 02:49:38 PM »
ya the 2 or 3 people that had those tires were getting stuck every 20 ft. those tires do suck. there good for full size trucks like duramax's, F350s, dodges...etc. the side walls dont bag for anything and the compound is super hard.

When I wheeled with them on my trunner they did great.

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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #526 on: Feb 04, 2008, 03:44:29 PM »
good times

i need to go up again it about 2-3 weeks with less rigs, but still fun.

we need pics!

Callen


thanks again for the ride callen....and if ya go in a couple weeks, let me know...ill be more than happy to drag your yota up there again :haha:

and when i slid sideways tryin to get the dmax off the side of the road...i did a small amount of damage to the frt pass side door....small but noticable....its all good though...i had a blast man. best snow run ive been on in a while!
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #527 on: Feb 04, 2008, 06:18:24 PM »
When I wheeled with them on my trunner they did great.



The only way those tires do good is to run them at like a half pound but they slow you down a lot because they are so heavy.  But the do squat real good.  3 lbs in those tires are a lot still.  Never blew a bead at a half lb psi.  The tire last for ever this is the second season i have been runing them in snow and rocks. 
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #528 on: Feb 04, 2008, 06:27:53 PM »
1/2 pound psi? thats possible..?
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #529 on: Feb 04, 2008, 07:23:23 PM »
1/2 pound psi? thats possible..?

Haha, basically, let all the air out, then give it a good blow like your trying to fill up a stiff balloon...
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #530 on: Feb 04, 2008, 07:28:16 PM »
is .5psi even worth it?
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #531 on: Feb 04, 2008, 10:06:44 PM »

thanks again for the ride callen....and if ya go in a couple weeks, let me know...ill be more than happy to drag your yota up there again :haha:

and when i slid sideways tryin to get the dmax off the side of the road...i did a small amount of damage to the frt pass side door....small but noticable....its all good though...i had a blast man. best snow run ive been on in a while!

Wow this is the first time I've seen you post on here homo.Sorry I didn't make it. I wanna make it up there before the snow melts tho.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #532 on: Feb 04, 2008, 11:14:21 PM »
Wow this is the first time I've seen you post on here homo.Sorry I didn't make it. I wanna make it up there before the snow melts tho.

ive posted here...just trying to avoid you :haha:

well...if you didnt act like a tard and break your daddy's truck you could have went couldnt ya :therethere: but ya dude...ya definetly need to come wheelin up here
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #533 on: Feb 04, 2008, 11:16:03 PM »
ive posted here...just trying to avoid you :haha:

well...if you didnt act like a tard and break your daddy's truck you could have went couldnt ya :therethere: but ya dude...ya definetly need to come wheelin up here

Aww thats hurt! haha Yea that 8.8 rearend is junk!
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #534 on: Feb 04, 2008, 11:45:16 PM »
ive beat the crap out of mine in the jeep
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #535 on: Feb 05, 2008, 08:56:14 AM »
is .5psi even worth it?
ok its 1 lb and i always do that in the snow.  The only down side is that its hard to take off for me because i have a carb motor.  But other than that it has always worked.  At 3 lbs i get stuck but when i air to to where the gage does not read then the way i go some more.  I am planing on getting 40 inch iroks for the snow because they are lighter.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #536 on: Feb 06, 2008, 01:21:57 AM »
Gettiing stuck and getting stuck often is the name of the game when wheeing in the snow(regardless of tire size), especially when you are breaking trail and dealing w/the depths that you guys had last weekend.

is .5psi even worth it?

PSI is dependant upon the snow conditions, I usually start off w/about 10(AT's), and then adjust from there down.  Dropping from 7psi to 5[si makes a difference in traction and so does from 5 to 3 and so on.  You want the tire to have enough flex so that it can grip the snow as you drive along, when at the right psi for the tore the tire will resemble an almost track like look, i.e, a patch of snow then a small clear section of tire than a patch of snow, then clear etc.  Fortunately unlike MT's AT's have a softer sidewall and flatten out sooner(larger foot print) than MT's allowing them to run at a higher pressure which helps to avoid blown beads, this allows you to get the same/better performance out of a smaller size AT than a larger MT.
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #537 on: Feb 06, 2008, 10:01:46 AM »
Gettiing stuck and getting stuck often is the name of the game when wheeing in the snow(regardless of tire size), especially when you are breaking trail and dealing w/the depths that you guys had last weekend.

PSI is dependant upon the snow conditions, I usually start off w/about 10(AT's), and then adjust from there down.  Dropping from 7psi to 5[si makes a difference in traction and so does from 5 to 3 and so on.  You want the tire to have enough flex so that it can grip the snow as you drive along, when at the right psi for the tore the tire will resemble an almost track like look, i.e, a patch of snow then a small clear section of tire than a patch of snow, then clear etc.  Fortunately unlike MT's AT's have a softer sidewall and flatten out sooner(larger foot print) than MT's allowing them to run at a higher pressure which helps to avoid blown beads, this allows you to get the same/better performance out of a smaller size AT than a larger MT.
That is true i start out with 10 then go to 5 then 1 or 2 it depends
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #538 on: Feb 06, 2008, 01:57:25 PM »
Gettiing stuck and getting stuck often is the name of the game when wheeing in the snow(regardless of tire size), especially when you are breaking trail and dealing w/the depths that you guys had last weekend.

PSI is dependant upon the snow conditions, I usually start off w/about 10(AT's), and then adjust from there down.  Dropping from 7psi to 5[si makes a difference in traction and so does from 5 to 3 and so on.  You want the tire to have enough flex so that it can grip the snow as you drive along, when at the right psi for the tore the tire will resemble an almost track like look, i.e, a patch of snow then a small clear section of tire than a patch of snow, then clear etc.  Fortunately unlike MT's AT's have a softer sidewall and flatten out sooner(larger foot print) than MT's allowing them to run at a higher pressure which helps to avoid blown beads, this allows you to get the same/better performance out of a smaller size AT than a larger MT.

nice info, thanks
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Re: LILBUDDY's 3nd Annual Winter Snow Run
« Reply #539 on: Feb 06, 2008, 02:01:48 PM »
Gettiing stuck and getting stuck often is the name of the game when wheeing in the snow(regardless of tire size), especially when you are breaking trail and dealing w/the depths that you guys had last weekend.

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