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so I put the 27 executioners on the lil jeep the other day. we went on a ride today and the lugs and sheer weight of the executioners is almost the pioneers limit when it comes to the deep and thick. I never stalled the tires the whole day in 4 lock. and only came out of 2wd just a couple times. 45 mph on a dirt rd and 40-42 wet and clay rd. all in all it could definitely turn a bigger tire with less traction.
 

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I hope you took advantage of that perfect angle to armor all the top of your poly roof.

Looks like it was some good muddin
 

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darn I knew I forgot something. I did manage to get my dad stuck then just creep on past him in another hole. no pics cause we almost had all 3 down in the middle of the rd at the same time
 
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Any vids Skorp? Also, how did you determine that those tires are "almost the pioneers limit"? A feel thing I am guessing? The mudwolf's are only 26" so I guess in theory the pioneer should turn them somewhat more easily than the 27" Ex's.....or I am not thinking clearly seeing as no coffee yet today?
 

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I have a couple vids im going to load and link them tonight. well if your going in thick mud the 27 executioners or similar lug tire would be its max if you have a less aggressive tire you could easily turn a 28 maybe even 29" as far as in sand or something you could definitely turn a 29" but in thick mud it barely gets the mud churning with the 27 executioners.
 

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got a lil bit id have more vids but my buddys wife didn't come she uassually gets the vids of my machine and I take the ones of theres
 

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Skorp. You guys run one of those go pro cameras for your video?
 

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actually mine is my Samsung note 2 with waterproof case
 

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I have a go pro 3 but trying to figure the best place to mount it
 

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Thanks, I've been trying to figure out the best camera route.
 

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I noticed the go pro takes good pics and the card is the same as my note 2 . so makes easy to upload. im thinking of mounting it just to the left of the steering wheel it has a great view right there and not much gets there from the tires
 
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either that or im going to make a bar mount and mount an outside action view cam on the driver side near the bed
 

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Skorp. You just took **** up a notch. Hahaha. Need to have a tripod you can rig it up too for far away action shots. Would need a battery... Maybe a camera guy would be cheaper and lighter
 

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well I was thinking if I could find it cheaper it would mount on top and I could take videos from any direction. the app on my phone lets me see what the go pro is looking at and wirelessly start video or take pics from my phone. and even good at night shots lol
 

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I think it's a good idea. Make a Lexan box with a metal bottom, then use a big a** magnet on the bottom side of the roof, that way you can adjust where it is remotely by sliding he magnet.
 
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