Originally Posted by Pacificblue
Rock crawling on purpose is not an issue. A more realistic worst case scenario is on a two track in hilly country with patches of red clay around. I'm going pretty slow downhill into a gully with an uphill in front of me. As I get towards the bottom both right tires are suddenly on wet clay, which can be as slick as black ice, IME, and lose traction. But there is a hard turn at the bottom of the gully so rocking back and forth to get some speed up isn't possible.
Will QTII get me out? I'm pretty sure QDII/ELSD would, or would stand a better chance. Would you go down that track with QTII knowing ahead what is going to happen?
Ground clearance is not an issue. You can upgrade my tires so long as I can do three days on the interstate without noise fatigue (and you tell me what tires you're using!)
Bump, just in case someone knows or knows of a test showing it. I can use the DC group buy and have a pre-approved loan at 3.99%, if I'm gonna buy this now is the time to move.
I am in a Hertz Outback right now, at $800/month with XM radio. I can live with that for a good while though owning makes more sense, long term. It's just that I've compromised too many times, I don't want another five year note on a truck I'm not satisfied with.