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    Looks like a fun time. I'm interested in possibly tagging along in the summer, I finally fixed my 4wd after almost 2 years and want to do a lot of wheeling this summer, only on 35 duratracs though, seems like most people are on 37s?

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    Great pictures Coz! Thanks for posting them up

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle521 View Post
    Looks like a fun time. I'm interested in possibly tagging along in the summer, I finally fixed my 4wd after almost 2 years and want to do a lot of wheeling this summer, only on 35 duratracs though, seems like most people are on 37s?
    You don't need 37s to do most of the stuff we try at Rausch. I've been on 35s for several trips now and have been able to keep up (minus the dirty thirty hiccup). You do have to come up with some different lines at times but that's part of the fun and there's always a spotter to give a hand if needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle521 View Post
    Looks like a fun time. I'm interested in possibly tagging along in the summer, I finally fixed my 4wd after almost 2 years and want to do a lot of wheeling this summer, only on 35 duratracs though, seems like most people are on 37s?
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    You don't need 37s to do most of the stuff we try at Rausch. I've been on 35s for several trips now and have been able to keep up (minus the dirty thirty hiccup). You do have to come up with some different lines at times but that's part of the fun and there's always a spotter to give a hand if needed
    As lank said come on up on 35’s!! I wheeled on 35’s for years before I switched to 37’s. Also Scull20 here on the forum is on 35’s and does all the same trails with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    As lank said come on up on 35’s!! I wheeled on 35’s for years before I switched to 37’s. Also Scull20 here on the forum is on 35’s and does all the same trails with us.
    Hahaha, Ryan does make funny faces sometimes though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Hahaha, Ryan does make funny faces sometimes though
    Sometimes 100% of the time
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    Sub par pics maybe get some better ones next trip
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    Great pics.


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    Great pics! Looks like you all had an awesome time.

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