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Have you broken an axel on the trail?

  • Yes - Stock Wheels

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  • No - Stock Wheels

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  • Yes - 33" tires

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  • No - 33" tires

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  • Yes - 35" tires

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  • No - 35" Tires

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  • Yes - 37" or larger tires

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Just wondering about this so far......

If you run some size in between thes,e just take your best guess wich catagory you would place you vote in please.....
 
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Ok, the poll does work, but it took off one of my choices.. but this is good enough...

I am a No with 35" tires on stock wheels with 2" wheel spacers, the solid forged kind...
 
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My point with this, is just that maybe the cheesy D44's we have hold up better than they are getting credit for?????

The results will be interesting anyways. With my wheels so far out, I should be pushing them fairly hard with 35"'rs...
 

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poll must be closed?

tore the spline off mine w/37's, 4.56. I think the diff. exploded this past weekend. will hopefully know more tomorrow. :(

 
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That pic may just keep me on 35"'s for quite a while thats for sure.. lol
Ouchers...
 
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