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Re: an astute observation bout texans

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that not just texans lol while i own numerous 4x4s, the important things are knowing what to do with one and how to set it up, too many people go out and buy one thinking it will be up to whatever they can give it, most of them when new comes with hiway type tires from the factory,those wont be any good except for pretty tame stuff, if it cant get a hold of the ground it wont matter how many wheels have power applied to them , then a lot of these people dont know how to drive they have never been taught about driving in snow and ice and drive a 4x4 in those conditions, like they would a regular car on dry pavement thinking the 4x4 will handel it, it wont
the wife isnt really a truck person so i got her a subaru which does ok as long at there is no ice and the snow is less than 3 inches, we both use our half ton gmc 4x4 its just a stock pickup with 4x4, my favorite is my old chevy 1 ton, 4x4, dually it has snow tires on all 6 wheels, i mean snow tires, not all terraine hiway tires, then power is from a warmed up 454 v-8, 4 speed tranmission and a gear driven transfer case it also has locking differentials just in case it gets stuck, [ it hasnt in 30 years] it has a 12000 lb pto driven deck winch on its flatbed , yes it gets bad gas milage, but there is more to life than gas milage

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