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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by muddybuddy, Oct 2, 2005.
would it be worth the money to do a doubler for a truck that is just for mud?
mud trucks need wheel speed to clean tires. doublers are intended for crawling.
though I've seen more then one person slowly crawl through mud. There is something to be said for a soft foot.
That said, I wouldn't waste my time puting a doubler in a mud only truck or more correctly money. Slow and steady gets things done but wheel speed and power are fun.
I would save your money, do something to the motor or put the cash towards a stronger front axle or some axleshafts if you don't have them.
thanks, you jus saved me from myself
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