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Attention pacific northwet guys...
Posted 17 October 2006 - 12:51 AM
I have a set of 205/60/15 hyper agressive snow tires that need mounted up.
I have a set of 15X7 drilled chevy rims that are begging to be mounted to something...
Also myself and a couple of friends are planning on going to the paluse moutains for a bit of mud.One of the vehicles is a lifted 80's S10 on semi-bald 33" tires.Not sure of any other vehicles but how will my 1987 Gl fare with the agressive snow tires in the mud in this area?My Gl will basicaly be stock exept the tires and rims.I do Have a 5 speed DR though...
Posted 17 October 2006 - 12:55 PM
Posted 17 October 2006 - 07:52 PM
you might get stuck but unlikely. just read the 4X4 FAQ. at the end they tell you how to handle mud. its not usually the rig that gets stuck, its the drivers ability that gets them stuck. so get out there and learn:headbang:
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