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Old 04-15-2007, 03:48 PM
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Default Does sand mess up your steering?

I was driving my titan in a little bit of sand in the road and now it will only turn right, help would gladly appreciated
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Old 04-15-2007, 03:52 PM
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yes it does, it gets all up in your gears. so now you just need to get all dust off up in you titan
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Old 04-15-2007, 06:06 PM
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yeah i'd get one of those compressed air cans and take it apart and blow all the dirt out then put it back together, greasing where necessary
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yeah sand can mess up your xmod severly. so I suggest you dont drive your xmod in the sand.
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My ford f-150 evo truck can be driven in the sand with out a problem, i had a lift kit on it, and one day i drove it in my back yard over sand and stuff and it was fine, all i did after was run it full out on my driveway and it got anysand that was in it out.
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thanks ill try cleaning the gears
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there's an easier way to clean your xmod full of sand. if you're dumb enough to drive it in sand, then you're smart enough to throw it in a tub of water and let it soak. it'll clean out all the sand right then and there!!!
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71SuperCharged, read your sig
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lol your so funny (not really) but i cleaned out the gears and it works fine now thanks
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