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        11-24-2008, 10:31 PM
    winer trailering tips...intrusting read

    I just finished reading this on the net, thought you guy's might like to take a look at it!!! Enjoy!!
    Tips for Winter Trailering -
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        11-25-2008, 12:30 AM
    Green Broke
    Hey thanks so much for posting that! That's some great info :)
        11-25-2008, 12:35 PM
    Thanks for that... I try to avoid trailering in the winter but it isnt always possible. I think this quote applies to everyday driving:

    “Don’t be susceptible to the false security of four-wheel drive, Cole cautions. “While four-wheel drive may help you go, it won’t help you stop.”

    I see it all of the time in the Metro... the road is crawling along and then a 4-wheel drive goes zooming past, and then a mile or two up you see them in the ditch. I will lock my 4-wheel in when it is slick out just to avoid my backend from moving into the next lane (dang beds on

    Sorry for getting OT, thanks again for the tips

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