4x2 2010 SE

General off-roading discussions...what's in your trail kit?

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tlcharlton
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4x2 2010 SE

Postby tlcharlton » Sat May 25, 2013 9:56 pm

With a lift and new tires what can i expect from my 4x2 2010 SE off road?


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deermjd
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Postby deermjd » Tue May 28, 2013 6:32 pm

Welcome! What part of the state are you from? What type of wheeling did you have in mind? Trails, fire roads, mud?

tlcharlton
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Postby tlcharlton » Tue May 28, 2013 6:39 pm

Huntsville. And mostly mud

FLpathFinder
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Postby FLpathFinder » Wed May 29, 2013 3:11 pm

You can honestly expect to get stuck lol. Mud and 2 wheel drives don't mix very well, your back end will just bury itself. Wheel with a buddy and a winch !

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NmexMAX
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Postby NmexMAX » Thu May 30, 2013 9:56 am

Yeah, not going to be able to do much of anything in the mud with the 4x2.

One advantage is that you can go slightly higher with a lift up front only because you don't have CV joints to worry about, but, again, not much of a point aside from looks.

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NmexMAX
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Postby NmexMAX » Thu May 30, 2013 9:58 am

Yeah, not going to be able to do much of anything in the mud with the 4x2.

One advantage is that you can go slightly higher with a lift up front only because you don't have CV joints to worry about, but, again, not much of a point aside from looks.

I got stuck in the snow in 4Lo this past winter. Fell into ravine, no dice. Sad thing was I was about 8 feet from the actual road. Snow buried the actual train and I rode off of it. Luckily I has a huge ice scraper I used as a shovel.


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