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February 2009 4x4 Chevy Tahoe Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on February 1, 2009
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Up-Front Fiasco
What was supposed to be a short trip up Miller Jeep Trail in Gorman, California, turned into a two-day trail extraction and a lot of broken frontend parts. That day I learned that 37-inch tires and IFS don't mix, especially when you throw in a heavy right foot! Oh, and not to worry: I am a quick learner and my Tahoe now has a tried-and-true Dana 60 axle strapped under the front.
Joe Hill,

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