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Sicily Island: March 1st-3rd

Discussion in 'Louisiana' started by jbmccul, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. rmarqu2

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    WHAAAATEVAAA BRAHHH!!!! Nah j/j i remember. It was mostly that afternoon when it was fresh that it was givin everybody trouble
     
  2. jbmccul

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    It was sloppy as owl shit out there on Friday
     
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    I was thinking about removing my swaybar Friday night when I get there. Would that help anything besides flex? Handling?
     
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    Nope. It will only let the suspension flex more. The handling will actually be worse. It rides a hell of alot smoother because the wheels will move independently rather than being linked together with the sway bar. It just allows the suspension to soak up bumps better.
     
  5. rmarqu2

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    You might get more traction in certain situations when one of the front tires would normally be off the ground.
     
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    That's what I was thinking. I might try it just to see. It comes off in no time so it's not a big deal.
     
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    I was thinking of doing it for Mardi Krawl, but it involves a little more effort with my aftermarket skid
     
  8. Minnis12

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    I that would take a little more time. Mines just wide open.
     
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    I don't really think it will give a 2wd more traction. 4wd, yes because it gives you a better opportunity to get a pulling wheel on the ground but a 2wd needs all the flex in the rear. But it definitely won't do any harm by taking it off.
     
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    I'm all packed up. Now I am just hoping I can get away from work when I want to tomorrow. A couple things came up so I'm going to try to knock them out in the morning and get out of there around noon.
     
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    Still good for meeting up at 2 or do we need to back it up a bit?
     
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    I might end up leaving early so I can catch a nap before everybody rolls in (yea right). But for real I gotta try to sleep a bit.... It's gonna be a long day for me!!!
     
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    Don't leave early, roll in da convoy!
     
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    How bout y'all leave earlier!! I get out of work at 9 and if I sit around the house till 2 I'm gonna fall asleep by 12!
     
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    As of right now I'm still good for 2. But I'll let you know if shit hits the fan.
     
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    alright guys wont be able to make it friday but i meet up with you guys on saturday if possible?
     
  17. jbmccul

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    Sounds good man. You have directions to the park and everything
     
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