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Old 24 November 2014, 16:54   #1
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Old 24 November 2014, 23:48   #2
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I will raise that video with Ken Block!

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Old 07 December 2014, 06:04   #3
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That's quite cool but I wonder how a "modern" 4x4 would cope with all the traction control electronickery trying to compensate for wheel spin etc.
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Modern traction control can usually be switched off.

I notice they don't show it being fitted. Presume its not drive on do up a couple of bolts, track away?
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I notice they don't show it being fitted. Presume its not drive on do up a couple of bolts, track away?
Another system here, and it's a drive on job, then connect to the hubs. Look damn heavy, which I suppose they have to be with 5 tons of Dodge Ram sitting on them.

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That's quite cool but I wonder how a "modern" 4x4 would cope with all the traction control electronickery trying to compensate for wheel spin etc.

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What a rigmarole......



Down south the snow would of turned to slush by the time you fitted these.!!


Look heavy and expensive.

For that reason...I'm out.
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