The reverse rotation when in drive on the hp is whatmakes them "stronger". The pinion is contacting the coast side of the ring gear. So a HPin reverse is as weak as a LP in drive. And a LP reverse is as strong as a HP in drive. And being a HP decrease ujoint angles on the driveshaft so you're less likely to break those as well
V8 zj at 6" . Double tri rear and true 3 link front. Stretched to 108"
went and did some trails last night, had a chevy 1500 on 31s with me, watching him spin those 31" BFGs ATs made me love my Maxxis Bighorn M/Ts, climbed anything and everything with no problems last night!
1996 ZebraJeep Limited 4.0l: 5.75" net lift (IRO, RC, ect...), 15x8 Procomp 7031s, 33x12.50x15 Cooper STTs, Skids and sliders, full exhaust, much more...
In history, the professor was talking about mayan and aztec cultures and stufd and showed us a bunch of pictures of land they lived on and trails they carved out... And the whole time i was just pretending i was wheeling down there and picking the lines i'd take in the pictures he was showing us
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Yea, me either. Gives me chills......I don't think I can return there. They probably have a wanted poster of me next to the men's room in Senior Frogs. The poor dish washer earned his keep that night. Let's just say I gave them back the dinner they served me.
I was beyond hammered and walked to my hotel. I am pretty sure I was accosted by a transvestite hooker in the parking lot who jumped out of a cab. It had woman parts but the face looked like a man. The memory is very vague but I pushed it off of me and ran to the front desk. I asked the hotel clerk about it and he said yes, watch out for them lol. Viva Mexico!