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Kayteg and Noteven: Those are part of the point I was trying to make. Wasn't intended to slag off Charlie. Posting a link to a video without knowing what the actual cause was of the result is misleading, especially since the guy in the video obviously was talking out his backside.


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Kayteg1 wrote:

Lifting COG a foot definitely is not helping in hard cornering.
I never felt danger in hard cornering with my setup.


You know, a FOOT or 2" like the OP posted.
He don't care what the antagonists think. I'm sure he's happy with his setup no matter how much someone tries to talk down about it.


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My rig is dope, it handles fine.

When I’m rolling down the Baja peninsula and all the haters be posting about raised trucks being death traps from the safety of a KOA campground, I’ll be even happier about my setup.

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F-350shortBed wrote:

My rig is dope, it handles fine.

When I’m rolling down the Baja peninsula and all the haters be posting about raised trucks being death traps from the safety of a KOA campground, I’ll be even happier about my setup.


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Grit dog wrote:

F-350shortBed wrote:

My rig is dope, it handles fine.

When I’m rolling down the Baja peninsula and all the haters be posting about raised trucks being death traps from the safety of a KOA campground, I’ll be even happier about my setup.


Truth!


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There is lifted truck and lifted truck.
Scrolling youtube, I found a guy who lifted his Ford and put wheels big enough to make it floating.
Speed was lousy, but the truck did float.
Could become handy in Baja.





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F-350shortBed wrote:

My rig is dope, it handles fine.

When I’m rolling down the Baja peninsula and all the haters be posting about raised trucks being death traps from the safety of a KOA campground, I’ll be even happier about my setup.


Go do a shakedown cruise on to the Carizzo Plain just south of you and have a blast.

https://www.blm.gov/programs/national-co........lifornia/carrizo-plain-national-monument


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