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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Mud Terrains on a 2x4- waste of time and Money?

    I donít think itís a waste if youíre in the dirt enough of the time...

    3 of my ranch trucks were 2wd and able to run around well enough until the mud (clay based soil) got to around 3 to 4 inch range...

    ...then itís get the chain
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    Default Re: Mud Terrains on a 2x4- waste of time and Money?

    Dont go for aggressive All terrains, at the end of the day they are just that.

    Get yourself a Mud Terrain. The additional grip from the tyres will benefit your setup, it wont convert it to a 4x4, but will definitely help.

    Take a look at the General Grabber X3. I run them and get no noise on the road. https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum...ral-Grabber-X3
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