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Old 06-19-2017, 06:21 AM   #41
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For those who go "camping" to only resort CGs, 4x4 isn't a hige priority and does impact towability adversely. But that capability for those of us who go to real camping spots is a must! (Let's ignore the real world needs outside camping). In some placrs like Death Valley, Big Bend, and many others, 4x4 can literally be a lifesaver. One trip at the bombing range on a USAF base even with 4x4 I had to dig out my "E tool" (entrenching tool) to dig us out of deep sand in a washed out stream bed/road and use deadfall wood to get enough traction with our F150. Yep, it lowers tow capability. And in the case of our '17 F250 it makes the beastly truck so tall it is a problem getting into the bed. I see you are a MSGT. Must be retired. Good on you, my brother! Drive on.
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