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Thread: Mud & Sharp Rock vs Tire

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    Mud & Sharp Rock vs Tire

    Went out in my home territory last weekend the Yacolt Burn area in WA. We took the kids Xterra out for test run after putting a new upper control arms and coilovers on it. We have lotís of Mud and Slick Sharp rock. This road took full lugs out of his Falken Wildpeak A/Tís. My Cooper LTZís showed no damage. Just comparison information, the Falkens are too soft for this terrain.
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    Nice pics, thanks for sharing!
    Tony

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