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Re: [RC] Duallys - Mary Ann Spencer

Interesting.... I am finding that my duelly is better on my muddy under developed road than the single tire.  I do have 4x4 and love it or I would have to walk even farther after the heavy rains.  On the other hand some drivers take chances driving where they should not.  Heck, even tractors get stuck in mud. 
Nice to know about your roads in TN tho.........  guess that limits horse riding access points.  One should always check road conditions before proceding.
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Sent: Saturday, April 21, 2007 7:09 AM
Subject: [RC] Duallys

Here in E. Tennessee the dually's can't cut it when you get into our twisting, narrow, gravel, mountain roads.  They need more room to maneuver.  Also I wouldn't own on without 4 wheel drive.  We continually have to pull my borders dually out of the flat barn lot if it is the least bit muddy.  We have to tow him to the gravel.  I don't know what the deal is about it spinning in the mud, but we don't have to use the 4 wheel drive on our regular axle trucks when we are all parked in the same places.  But now out on the highway it is another whole story, the dually's feel so stable but it is rare that I drive the interstate.  Linda

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