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Can they really handle the highway?

Discussion in 'Performance' started by Balloon-Kitty, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. KCCats

    KCCats Active Member

    To the original post, are they safe?
    Look close at the front of these trucks!
    There is nothing between you and the plastic bumper!
    I built a brush guard, and a receiver for my winch and plow mount!
    I am going to remake it even stronger!
    In my Avatar pick I worked half a day at trying to get mine stuck!
    I did, that is a 15' hole I tried to jump out of!
    It took 2 hrs to get it out and I maxed out my 2000lb winch and even bent what I have upfront now!
    But what I am getting at, I feel I would walk away from fitting a deer at 50mph!
  2. Mona

    Mona New Member

    Hi everybody. I drove my '95 Carry from Nanaimo, BC to North Battleford, SK in March of 2016. I drove the Cocohalla (Surry to Valemount) in 8 hours on a Sunday. Luckily it was not very busy, so didn't have to worry about being in anybody's way. No speed demon through the mountains, but made it home with no problems. Gas was approx 78 cents/litre and the whole trip home only cost me $135 in gas! Love my Carry!
    Tuskano likes this.

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