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Even without my front driveshaft I couldn't rear tires loose. Of course, my LS is still tight, and this was on 10.5 inch wide Kelly TSR’s which have good pavement grip. No factory AWD suv will do an impressive burnout.
I had a friend years ago who had a 99 sohc explorer, auto and had just replaced the transmission. He immediately tried to do a burn out and succeeded in ripping the front driveshaft out of it. I found it funny when he told me because to me it was an obvious thing not to do.