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Has anyone done any dry pavement donuts? :nuts:

 

I never tried one in a Jeep my until today I in my DD XJ . :D

 

It has 3" of lift and 31x10.5-15's on it. 8)

 

It did 3 perfect lefthand donuts followed with about a 50ft side to side fish tail. jamminz.gif

 

It was perfect. :cheers:

I never thought my '94 4.0 XJ with 3.55 gears could do one much less 3. I could have done them at least 3 mores times. :brows:

 

There is a new subdivision that has no houses because of the economy.

It has a dead end with the perfect size cul de sac that I used. ;)

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Has anyone done any dry pavement donuts? :nuts:

 

I never tried one in a Jeep my until today I in my DD XJ . :D

 

It has 3" of lift and 31x10.5-15's on it. 8)

 

It did 3 perfect lefthand donuts followed with about a 50ft side to side fish tail. jamminz.gif

 

It was perfect. :cheers:

I never thought my '94 4.0 XJ with 3.55 gears could do one much less 3. I could have done them at least 3 mores times. :brows:

 

There is a new subdivision that has no houses because of the economy.

It has a dead end with the perfect size cul de sac that I used. ;)

 

was this said subdivision on my road?

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Before I got my new tires I left a 300 foot burn going uphill to work. Tried it on flat ground once and it just barely chirped. Didn't try donuts, though, and most of the mark has been worn off the pavement since then.

 

Now after spending almost $400 on tires, I'd like to preserve the rubber a bit more.

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