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Old 06-29-2014, 02:50 PM   #41
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You sure? As one tire raises(spring compressed) it pushes down on opposing spring compressing it supposedly equal. I guess a great difference in height would make a difference, but I think the difference of a Lego block or so, it's negligible.
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Old 06-29-2014, 02:53 PM   #42
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You sure? As one tire raises(spring compressed) it pushes down on opposing spring compressing it supposedly equal. I guess a great difference in height would make a difference, but I think the difference of a Lego block or so, it's negligible.
Whatever, OP & you can do whatever you so desire. Your tires, etc, but I wouldn't do it regardless of the suspension.
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You sure? As one tire raises(spring compressed) it pushes down on opposing spring compressing it supposedly equal. I guess a great difference in height would make a difference, but I think the difference of a Lego block or so, it's negligible.

Not sure what the advantage is here? It's really no harder to raise both tires than it is to raise just one... So why take the risk?


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Not sure what the advantage is here? It's really no harder to raise both tires than it is to raise just one... So why take the risk?
AquaMan has been around FT Turbs and has taken up his bad habits, just likes to challenge.
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AquaMan has been around FT Turbs and has taken up his bad habits, just likes to challenge.

Doh! Should have known... Hahaha.


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Has anyone used the Anderson on gravel. I was on a gravel site this week and was using boards without an issue, but was thinking the Anderson might not work on this.

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Has anyone used the Anderson on gravel. I was on a gravel site this week and was using boards without an issue, but was thinking the Anderson might not work on this.

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