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Whats the best way to get a vehicle to do that, Is it more weight in the front then the rear or what? Is it possible to get a 96 ext. cab chevy to do it?



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More weight towards the front of the truck, a chain bridge and longer cylinders out back help.
 

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Chain it and put everything in front of the axle towards the cab and you will not have a prob. With it being a extended frame you will really need to reinforce well.
 

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dogleggin is risky while driving it is vert esy to loose control i knew somebody that was doing it and lost control and hit another car in thr other lane! dogleggin is only good for standing or doing in a parking lot or such!
 

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Originally posted by bigjaydogg@Oct 28 2003, 12:36 AM
dogleggin is risky while driving it is vert esy to loose control i knew somebody that was doing it and lost control and hit another car in thr other lane! dogleggin is only good for standing or doing in a parking lot or such!
my buddie did the same thing, busted a dog leg going 45+ and swerved into the curb almost flipping the car :0 :0 :0 :0
 
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