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Ive taken the busa down gravel roads, not near as fast as pavement though.
The unnecessary amount of sand in the intersections is what makes it interesting.
Depends on the area, here around me mainly sand, and the de-icer. That stuff is slicker tuan ice alot of the time. Further north of me like in McCall, they salt. Pretty sure they also salt on the east end too. But the snow amount and overall harshness of winter is much higher in say idaho falls than boise. Likewise McCall gets feet of snow when we get inches.
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'04 F250 CCSB XLT 2WD, lowered with a DJM drop kit. 305/40/22" Toyo ST2's on 22" x 10" XD 825 wheels. FloPro turbo back 4" exhaust with muffler delete, egr delete, bypass coolant filter, S&B intake, NUC bypass oil filter.
'03 F250 CCSB Lariat 4WD, 9" lift, 40"x 15.5"x 24" Toyo M/T's on 24" x 14" Hostile Hammered wheels, 4" exhaust, egr delete.