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09-09-2012, 09:35 AM #11
Really knowing how your truck handles also makes a difference. In the 12 years I have had this truck, I know when something isn't right when i am driving, and I know what it feels like with new tires, a freshly adjusted alinement, new old, new rear diff fluid, fresh brake fuild,new shocks.
Other things that are bad for high speed is huge rims with very little sidewall. (How many race cars do you see with 20+ inch rims and tires with 1 or 2 inches of side wall?) The minute you hit a bump the truck is re-aimed at something other than the lane of traffic you are suppose to be in and then the truck hits something because it is not in control of the driver anymore.
Lifted trucks with huge tires are just as bad, the higher the up the truck is, the worse it will be.
The police are suppose to be trained in advanced driving techniques and even they wreck and die because in that split second, they made a mistake at 90-120, 150 mph.
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