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It is really nice to have a site that we actually can talk on with out people talking trash about everyone elses vehicle of choice. Its not our fault they were jealous... hehe.. .It is just really nice to have people who have the same interest instead of everyone talking trash. I have been on many forums and this is now my fav. I have had to delete my accounts with them because it would get so bad... Im glad to be a part of this place!

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Thanks for this site....I see T2, but didn't see T4, is there much difference besides 2 more people length, and weight.

From every thing I've seen and read, the answer would be no difference, they have the same manual, schematics, and I do believe the only difference is length and seating.

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The trouble with the troopers is we all think they are hot rods and we tend to drive them that way. When using your winch in a bad spot use a block(another pully with a hook atatched). Atatch the block to what you are pulling off, run the cable around the pulley and back to yourself, this will make your winch twice as strong. Just like cranes and tow trucks.

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