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pretty impressive rock crawl

this was pretty impressive for a "yota"......

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I guess I do not understand rock crawling. Why did they put a strap on the truck and why were the guys on top pulling the truck up the rocks?


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that is insane. i hopr i can do that with my ranger when i get it done.

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The Reason For The Straps Is To Hold The Vehicle From Rolling Over, And To Help Keep The Tires Planted. I Used To Rock Crawl With My Jeep All The Time Before I Sold It. Those People Pulling The Straps Are Spotters. They Can Actually Help With Those Straps Also By Giving The Driver A Better Sight Line From The Drivers Seat. If You Ever Get In A Lifted Rig Going Up Rocks And Ledges, You Can't Always See Where You Are Going Over The Hood. So Follow The Strap...
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