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Old 05-29-2013, 10:28 PM   #21
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i live in the city normal conditions get cleared quickly.
This is partly why I got 4x2 even though I live in New England. I also live so close to work (8.5 miles) that when I had 4x4 I used it so few times compared to when I lived about 20 miles from work. And as far as my gf and I traveling by car we like to go out when its nice during spring, summer, and fall so there is a lack of snow. As far as off roading I don't do more than a dirt path here and there so 4x2 just seemed to make more and more sense as time went on.
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This is partly why I got 4x2 even though I live in New England. I also live so close to work (8.5 miles) that when I had 4x4 I used it so few times compared to when I lived about 20 miles from work. And as far as my gf and I traveling by car we like to go out when its nice during spring, summer, and fall so there is a lack of snow. As far as off roading I don't do more than a dirt path here and there so 4x2 just seemed to make more and more sense as time went on.
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