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Unread 5th July 2018, 09:51 PM
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flex: (a) another name for articulation
flex: (a) an uneducated name for articulation, usually used by pilots of "real" 4wds.

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The reason articulation isn’t flexing is because, well, it isn’t flexing. The same reason we don’t call a door a bumper bar, because it isn’t. Describing something with the wrong term is confusing.
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flex: (a) an uneducated name for articulation, usually used by pilots of "real" 4wds.

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