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Old 13 May 2004, 04:43 pm
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Here was an interesting thread I read on the SRT-4 forums in regards of weight distribution. Sounds like a compromise of 1/4 mile time and handling. This thread might be interesting for people who wants to do lowering or weight distributions to the PT.

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Better than most pickups with 60% of weight on the front, but trying to drive the rear wheels! [:0]
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