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Post by erp467 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:40 pm

just in case you see me im in this



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Post by sstenner » Thu Jun 19, 2008 6:23 am

In that case, I've seen you too! Feel free to stop by the house sometime and view the 4x4 collection... if the KJ is there it usually means I am there too, unless I'm out on my other toy -the neon blue & black Triumph Speedmaster...

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Post by wesleypipesyo » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:36 am

sstenner wrote:In that case, I've seen you too! Feel free to stop by the house sometime and view the 4x4 collection... if the KJ is there it usually means I am there too, unless I'm out on my other toy -the neon blue & black Triumph Speedmaster...

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Re: It's All Mine!!!!!!!

Post by sstenner » Thu Jun 19, 2008 7:40 pm

That would be cool, but there's no way I'm giving up my Triumph, and I don't think we could get enough for the Broncos to do the swap. I'll store that in my "when I win the lottery" file...
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I demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty!!!

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Post by MPETE » Thu Jun 19, 2008 9:49 pm

hey sharon got a question for ya.
I know you havent done alot of hard core stuff but the wheelin you have done, how do you like the revo's? thats what I have on my heep now and on the road they are a damn good tire. but I have yet to wheel with em and I am just kinda curious if I should expect them to be decent or if I should expect them to be the biggest POS ever. I know they are an A/T so they will suck in mud but aside from that.
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Post by sstenner » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:01 pm

This is actually my second set of Revos (see mileage discussion above... :roll: ) and I love them. I don't wheel it hard, but I have done some blues at Paragon without a problem, even in mud. The only time I had a problem with them losing traction was in about a foot of snow up in Rochester. I ended up airing down about 5 pounds and they did fine. Hope that helps!

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Post by MPETE » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:26 pm

yes it does. that was another question I wanted to ask and forgot, was about airing down. never pinched a sidewall while wheeling aired down or anything. so far I like em and they are nice on the street
but after watchin jacks or better rip his sidewall open on a tree root on his aired down bridgestone dueler AT (non revo) at rausch last year I am once bitten twice shy. when you wheel them what did you air down to?
what pressures do you run in them to get good wear on the street and what kind of mileage did you get from the first set

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Post by sstenner » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:47 pm

I usually run them at around 35-37 psi on the street, when we went to GWNF last time I took them down to about 22. I haven't noticed any problem, but if you look at the pics from the trip there is one place where they look like they might have been a little too low. It might have just been the where the rock was when the pic was taken. On the beach I keep them between 25-28.
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Re: It's All Mine!!!!!!!

Post by sstenner » Thu Jun 19, 2008 10:49 pm

almost forgot the other part of your question - I got a little better than 50K out of the first set and these look like they are on track for the same. Even after 50K they still stuck like glue in the rain, I wouldn't have trusted them in snow though.
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Re: It's All Mine!!!!!!!

Post by MPETE » Thu Jun 19, 2008 11:48 pm

thanks for all the info
my revolving door of vehicles contines to spin.........
now I have a 2011 F150. 5.0L

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