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tbisaacs

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Exploring Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National forest this weekend:

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tbisaacs

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Took the LX off road finally. The AHC is excellent off road - I was really impressed.

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Yay!

FWIW when I need to raise up in high off-road, I usually do it and then press OFF on AHC. The truck stays raised but stops trying level.

It’s doesnt happen often, but once I was driving over a hump, almost high centered and the truck reaaaaaly wanted to level. Since then I’ve just turned it off.
 
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I’ve wondered... does the AHC control over ride quality (sport, center, soft) change when in 4lo, high mode? Does it get even softer to soak up the bumps? Haven’t had the opportunity to test.
 

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Sorta. If the trail gets rough enough the truck will go into high automatically. I usually run in comfort off-road just because I can :)
 
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I’ve wondered... does the AHC control over ride quality (sport, center, soft) change when in 4lo, high mode? Does it get even softer to soak up the bumps? Haven’t had the opportunity to test.

Yes it does! The damping system continually adjusts to maintain good posture. It'll make it's adjustment around your preferred damping setting. I'll usually have it in full soft. But it'll firm up when it needs to, as speed or conditions change. When coming off of sharp drop offs or ledges, having the damper adjustment in "sport" keeps the suspension from compressing as much if you need the clearance.

The system really is magic. And people don't understand how useful and effective it really is until they try it out first hand. Mall cruiser... pffft!
 

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The system really is magic. And people don't understand how useful and effective it really is until they try it out first hand. Mall cruiser... pffft!

As you know on the LC side of the house we spend a lot of time and money on suspension. I for one would like to try the AHC equipped LC/LX for an extended period.
 

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What's your tires size on those bfg's? They look bigger than a 33" tire...Nice...

275/65/20 so according to BFG 34.10"x10.9". No real rubbing to speak of except fully cranked as hard as you can turn the wheel which rarely happens. Had them fully flexed out on a log and some rocks with no rubbing.
 
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275/65/20 so according to BFG 34.10"x10.9". No real rubbing to speak of except fully cranked as hard as you can turn the wheel which rarely happens. Had them fully flexed out on a log and some rocks with no rubbing.
Thanks for the reply.. That size with the the 20 inch stockers is the look I am going for with my 09 lx...So no trimming or cutting of inner fenders? I see you removed the mud flaps....
 

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