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Old 11-10-2015, 07:36 PM   #11
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When I know I am going to drag I make sure I am square and if I am not perfect the one skid only touches for two or three feet. I will avoid anything that could do damage to my frame. You draw a lot less attention to yourself when you have skid wheels....much quieter! Get some😀😀

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Old 11-13-2015, 02:46 PM   #12
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A moryde 4000 will give you a inch and 4 inch of travel.They also sell bolt on cross bars to an reduce the trl flex. An Mich rib lt 235-85r 16 will give you another inch and are great tires to boot. Also you can run some bracing across the rear and bolt them to the l beam flange. Which will really help prevent frame twist. An x pattern would be the best . Also a great way to min frame cracks. IMHO

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