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    first time useing 4wd

    in the snow and ice i guess its time for new tires on the back sionce thery are about to be drag slicks lol.
    Plus we got 9 inches of snow and a inch of ice under that.

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    Always fun with slicks on ice nothing like watching the speedo bounce off the pin and never moving!

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    it was andf i thought my truck shut off at 100 nope it goes to 120 lol.

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    My god you're stupid. Like astronomical failure at life stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchy View Post
    My god you're stupid. Like astronomical failure at life stupid.
    I hope you didn't think he was actually doing 120... Basically powerbrakeing it. With an inch of ice I doubt it would move.

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    So sitting and power braking on ice is better? Only in the fact that he won't kill somebody. Read his other posts, you'll see my point of view. His truck almost burnt down because he was too lazy to put a battery hold down back on. But going by his screen name he was born in '91 (just a guess) but that just helps my theory that commen sense stopped being given out in '89.
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    Can't wait till you hit a dry patch spinning that fast..........There is no reason to let them spin past 60mph in the winter.

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    And if he thought his truck shut off at 100, I would assume it was a stock tune. How was it spinning to 120?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchy View Post
    So sitting and power braking on ice is better? Only in the fact that he won't kill somebody. Read his other posts, you'll see my point of view. His truck almost burnt down because he was too lazy to put a battery hold down back on. But going by his screen name he was born in '91 (just a guess) but that just helps my theory that commen sense stopped being given out in '89.

    Didn't research him. I only saw the comment and thought I've seen worse from idiots out there. But, If he's got a track record, well...

    I have always said "Common sense is one of the least common things you can find"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchy View Post
    my theory that commen sense stopped being given out in '89.
    Lol that means I'm gifted with some common sense too
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