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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2001, 02:33 PM
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Re: AutoTrac question

<font face="Comic Sans MS">So if I understand it right the user has no control over an autotrack at all? Does it have a low range? If not then I'm sorry to say it's about worthless in a lot of off road situations. The best way to find out if it'll handle what you want it to though is to take it out a few times and try to get stuck so you'll have a definite knowledge of what it can and can't do... Make sure you have good tow points front and back (a good idea for everybody) and don't go 'wheelin alone... What type of off roading would you be doing with it? Also what do you consider serious off roading?</font>

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