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check local laws in the state you drive through. In CO you are only required chains if you have a 2wd, 4x4 with legal tires, chains are not required. With 4x4 you will be fine as long as you dont think you can stop as fast as you go, leave a good following distance between you and the car in front and dont go faster than you can safely stop. Have a good trip!
94 Powerstroke Crew Cab DRW 5sp 4:10 LSD - Mods: 6637, Diamond Eye 4" Turbo back (3" DP) On the way: TS 6 chip (Stock, High Idle, 50, 75, 100, 140HP) 3" IssPro Turbocator Boost/Pyro
74 Bronco - Mods: 5.8 EFI, NP205, AOD/W, Tilt steering, Front disks, PB, PS, LOTS of custom work
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