Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Helsinki, Finland - on the European side of the Atlantic
Oh I don't know, I'd be a little worried if it was mine, or at least check diff's and tc fluid just to be on the safe side
I wouldn't worry.. dhaving done quite a few wheeling trips doing a couple hours of full- blast deep-snow wheeling with the niner, using 3/4 tank of fuel and driving only about 10 miles during all that, both diff fluids & TC fluid always has looked like new. That kind of stuff (including pulling a 18- wheeler in that video) doesn't actually cause that much strain at all because you're not putting a whole lot of force on the ground due to tires spinning most of the time.
It's pretty amazing what a couple more tires pulling can do even though they are spinning. Now, let's think how easy that would've been with studded winter tires
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