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Unread 10-19-2010, 11:49 AM   #1
Niceface
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Savvy Sliders and Corners - Trail Tested

Went up to Clayton, OK for some rock crawling this past weekend. I finally got to test out all the hard work in mods i've been doing. Thought I'd share with any of you guys on the fence about purchasing some of the new Savvy aluminum stuff.

It's trail tested, tough, and works. Both the corners and sliders took a beating. They never dented or gouged the aluminum. Just skuffed and slid on down whatever I was driving around/over.

p.s. the tube bumper is my tree/rock finder. It's shyte, but it works.

YouTube - Clayton, OK Wet N Wild



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