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Old 01-21-2020, 06:52 PM   #1
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Why I care about approach & departure angles and skid plates

So my wife and I went out for a quick weekend exploring the desert and getting back to a slot canyon hot spring.
Some folks wondered why I wanted 33's and the older Aluminess style front bumper.....angles matter
Next on the list in a rear bumper tied into a in floor storage/skid plate and sill protection.
Oh and I did have to stack some rocks, if that had not been enough I would have used the Maxtrax with rocks under to create a ramp and ease the angle.
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