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My LR3 in action at Gold Lakes 2009

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Gotrovr

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Stumbled across these cleaning up files in my pc.  Chuck can only remember having more hair on top.

 

Check out that side wall flex with 18 psi in those Duratracs

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Will

'05 LR3 HSE "Donkey"

'16 LR4 HSE  "Perseus"

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DHappel

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And that's why I don't air down that much with my LR3!  I usually only go to 25 psi unless I'm on sand or snow.  Heavy truck and little sidewall means easy to pinch a bead.


Don
'07 LR3 HSE/HD - slightly non-stock

'96 D1 - even more non-stock





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