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Originally Posted by ddmsgtr1
Put as much weight in as you want, you're still not doing much in the snow, trust me, I've tried driving in snow before. Snow means I'm borrowing the old man's f150 to get to work.
ha i dont drive in the snow anymore
i have a dd for when i need it
but you could potentially be spending all of this time taking out all these little parts that add up to 20lbs here, 20 there, etc.. it all really depends on how far you want to go. if its just you that goes in your car, i would take out all the seats and gut the trunk.. relocate the battery. get urself a lighter driveshaft, a new k-member, etc..
EDIT: your post about the seats beat me before i could post this ^^^!!!
Relocate your battery, trunk, spare tire, radio, door panels, seats, carpet, plastic inter. pieces, a/c compressor, k-member, light wieght wheels, drag brakes, side mirrors, lose some wieght yourself, dumps instead of full cat-back...etc. it all depends on how far you want to go, if you want a full interior, but still want wieght savings you have to make a choice of what you can and cant live without.
PROCHARGER P-1SC 8lb
To much to list
Tuned and Installed by Mike Bell, Dayton 5.0
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