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Old 05-21-2011, 01:30 AM
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How many 2wd are out there

I have a 1989 F150 2wd and I wana know how many of you guys are running around with 2 wd half tons 3/4 tons and 1 ton older fords?
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92 2wd, didnt want one at first, being in ohio winters, but suprisingly dosent do bad at all in the snow, especially with some weight in tyhe back, and knowing how to drive in snow always helps. im loving the 2wd fuel economy tho, i guess it has its up sides
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Buying a 2wd. Keep up bro.
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Buying a 2wd. Keep up bro.
Where I live man there's no point of a 4wd. Soon as u hit the woods seems like helis over u and ranch and groves behind you. But I do agree it is nice to have the two extra pullin tires if u need to use it. I'll own a 4wd soon loo
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Wanted a 4x4, but couldn't find what I wanted. This was cheap and had the drive train I wanted, so I bought it.
I'm glad I did. Cheap to insure, tiny bit better on gas (compared to my dad's identical 93 4x4) and no temptation to go out wheeling it and break things.
It's great in snow too. I bought the best tires I could afford and threw 5-600lbs of cement in the back. I can go nearly anywhere.
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Check my signature. I live in California, there really is no need for 4x4
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If I need 4wd, I use this:
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2 here, '94 Lightning, and '92 F-150 RCLB. They get around fine in the winter, except the '92 has ****ty tires!
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