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Old 08-29-2012, 03:20 PM   #41
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Whatup John! I wouldn't say this if it were someone else's thread who i didn't know, but since i know you, your wheeling style, and what kind of terrain you wheel, i feel like i have enough info to make the following claim......for about the same price, you can get front and rear lockers and the required air to power them. for your speciffic wheeling needs, two lockers will get you overthrough way more than a couple extra inches of front travel.
Everyone knows that wheel articulation is vital in rockcrawling..and having those extra inches lol allows me to be more stable on the lines I pick. and I am uasualy able to pick the harder and funner lines
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Old 08-29-2012, 03:22 PM   #42
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Everyone knows that wheel articulation is vital in rockcrawling..and having those extra inches lol allows me to be more stable on the lines I pick. and I am uasualy able to pick the harder and funner lines
I know that, and agree fully. but since he wants both, I am suggesting my opinion on the order in which he buys, based knowing how he wheels and the arailable terrain, if the "all at once" route is not an option.
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Old 08-29-2012, 03:25 PM   #43
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This thread brings me back to a few months ago when I was building my truck . So many choices and options on which way to go . have fun ! Ha
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Old 08-29-2012, 03:27 PM   #44
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This thread brings me back to a few months ago when I was building my truck . So many choices and options on which way to go . have fun ! Ha
yeah, big decisions to make. unfortunately there is no single cut and dry correct way to do things (though there are plenty of wrong ways)
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Shit today I've had my dez truck now 1 year and 3 days . Just remembered . off to buy some beer . Ha
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yeah, big decisions to make. unfortunately there is no single cut and dry correct way to do things (though there are plenty of wrong ways)
Yeah that's why I don't really say to much on someone else's build . I'd give my option on a brand of parts but that's about it . I think if you are intune with this site you will make a great build with good parts but knowing what you want to do with the truck ( bank roll included ) is the key .
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I know that, and agree fully. but since he wants both, I am suggesting my opinion on the order in which he buys, based knowing how he wheels and the arailable terrain, if the "all at once" route is not an option.
True..

And that was my original plan too..a little bit at a time. Ended up being everything done all within a month
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Old 08-29-2012, 04:21 PM   #50
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True..

And that was my original plan too..a little bit at a time. Ended up being everything done all within a month
hey, if you have the means, why not.

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lol.....yeah and colin is right about gears and lockers first, ill need them with my 35's coming soon.....he knows how bad i am in the woods and on rocks...lol.....lt is deff next yrs project and i cant wait
when are the 35s coming?
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Im at 12" with my AP kit ..4x4 with no limit straps

Me too. Closer to 12.5" actually.

Giving up an inch of travel for 3" over all width is a good compromise for a multi-purpose truck.
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