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Wheeling vids 18th february

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Ronnie4wd, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. Ronnie4wd

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    Snow can send you sliding in a hurry can't it. Can also make you feel helpless, on a easy hill.

    Good videos.
    Thanks for posting.
     
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    Thanks for sharing! I really enjoy watching wheeling from other countries.

    Were you guys aired down? We do a fair amount of snow here in the winter and I run about 7 psi rear and 9 psi front some of the lighter Jeeps go lower. I've got the Hummer wheels with the pvc inserts as well so I've never had a problem with beads...
     
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    My truck is on 11 psi because I think I need the groundclearance and the jeep is on 7 psi.
    I was down at 6 psi before but got stuck everywhere with the 14bolt anchor:doah: but the traction difference is huge so maybe I´ll try 8 or 9 psi next time.
    I don´t know but it seems like the temperature diff is a big diff in psi too.
    I drive 40 km to the place where we wheel =warm tires and wheel all day=cold tires.
     
  5. goldwing2000

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    Is it my imagination or does Swedish snow seem a lot more slippery than American snow?
     
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    Great movies! What was the diesel truck in one of the first vids?
     
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    so does anybody know how to download flash:D
     
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    The last truck in the first vid is a Scania.
     
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    midnitewarya Sounds like a problem for future me. Premium Member

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    How did you guys get the Scania out? It was sinking pretty fast. :eek1:

    Al
     
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    We used my BIG:haha: K-30 as an anchor and he used his own winch
     
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    Was it extracted pretty quick? Would have enjoyed seeing that!
     
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