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Old 07-11-2012, 12:35 PM
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In the mud a set of 35's with a good paddle pattern like Super swampers will make a big difference..Getting rid of the body work on your Sierra and moving the engine back will make a huge difference not that I would do that to the good truck..You can find some of the short wheelbase 4wd drive trucks around for a small amount of cash and as long as it runs good and drives this job can be accomplished of for not a lot of outlay..Kinda like what CBoy did on the "Rat on a shoestring project" only on a stock 4wd chassis..

Weight is the enemy off the road and we often see some big truck stuck beyond belief while some guy in a wrangler or Samuri drive right on by..

Sam
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