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    Dana 35 JohnDF's Avatar
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    Hey Seven, it's been a while.
    I installed the PSC Big Bore Box, and Pump, No Ram
    I promised an update so here it is. Since the install I've ran Fordyce, Deer Valley, and Strawberry, and it was fantastic. No steering issues, no steering wheel trying to rip out of my hands, and easy one handed steering the whole way through the trails. I have the ported box but I don't ever see myself installing the ram, it's just that nice. I hope to be around more now that Summer is over, it was a busy one with wheeling, flyfishing, camping, BBQs, vacations, and such.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDF View Post
    Hey Seven, it's been a while.
    I installed the PSC Big Bore Box, and Pump, No Ram
    I promised an update so here it is. Since the install I've ran Fordyce, Deer Valley, and Strawberry, and it was fantastic. No steering issues, no steering wheel trying to rip out of my hands, and easy one handed steering the whole way through the trails. I have the ported box but I don't ever see myself installing the ram, it's just that nice. I hope to be around more now that Summer is over, it was a busy one with wheeling, flyfishing, camping, BBQs, vacations, and such.
    Big Wave from Loomis
    Great to get more opinions on this. Welcome
    Back! Still running 40’s?

    Btw MizzDisney says high and she is doing good at WHS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDF View Post
    Hey Seven, it's been a while.
    I installed the PSC Big Bore Box, and Pump, No Ram
    I promised an update so here it is. Since the install I've ran Fordyce, Deer Valley, and Strawberry, and it was fantastic. No steering issues, no steering wheel trying to rip out of my hands, and easy one handed steering the whole way through the trails. I have the ported box but I don't ever see myself installing the ram, it's just that nice. I hope to be around more now that Summer is over, it was a busy one with wheeling, flyfishing, camping, BBQs, vacations, and such.
    Big Wave from Loomis
    That’s great to hear! Sounds like you had an amazing summer
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    Quote Originally Posted by rccrwlr View Post
    Great to get more opinions on this. Welcome
    Back! Still running 40’s?

    Btw MizzDisney says high and she is doing good at WHS!
    I'm very happy to hear she is doing well at Whitney. Is she cheering?
    I am still running 40s. I have some rubbing issues in the rear, but the front seems fine.
    Everything I say is fully substantiated by my own opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crippledpetey View Post
    That’s great to hear! Sounds like you had an amazing summer
    It was the best Summer I can remember in a while. It's great when the kids grow up and can drive themselves, it frees up my time to be able to go do things that I like. Of course I took them camping with me though
    Everything I say is fully substantiated by my own opinion.

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