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Old 06-08-2013, 10:44 PM
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Too many times to list. Worst was an 84 Bronco II with 6" lift and 33x12.50 Mickey Thompson Bajas. Down a frozen powerline. Took another Bronco II, a V8 lifted Scout, and a Ford 8N to pull my diffs off the ice chunks they had slid onto. They melted in with MT's just spinning water. Well, maybe this wasn't the worst. But held the record for most recovery vehicles. LOL!
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Old 07-05-2013, 10:57 PM
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just last weekend during my first trip to the mud bog!! It was a blast until it came time to wash it off, mud was everywhere!!
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Old 08-19-2013, 07:58 PM
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any time i get off the pavement its pretty sad
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Old 10-21-2013, 07:14 PM
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Not a diesel, but my old dakota sunk deep. Mud was a little deeper than I thought, whoops
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:36 AM
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just last weekend during my first trip to the mud bog!! It was a blast until it came time to wash it off, mud was everywhere!!
generally when mud every means ya did good
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Beg to differ on the diesel = no good for mud. Don't know what the guy had but a 03-07 Ford SMOKED the pits this year locally. He won his tire size. Guessing from the exterior, but the PVC air intake and oversized intercooler I'd say twin turbos, maybe 800 HP???
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i did not have a camera back then. but i have burried my power wagon to the bottom of the window. all while she was rolling on 38's
the story goes, we were having a ball in a soon to be one of england's dig site for the truck company.
so, we got out our toys and made a deep mess of the mudd one last time. (in all fairness of hell we had been mudding there for years) but now its going to be paved over.
some tool (admiration of course ) rolled thru an area that no way were they going to fill in, and he had 44's on. he barely made it!
i had not been stuck all day and the truck and hawgs were performing perfectly. so confidently i followed him thru.....
i did not pay full attention to his path way and rolled 5 feet to the side of where he went since i did not want to attempt to roll thru his ruts.
then i found out why he ran where he did. i got about 8 feet in and i sank so fast it came over the door thru the window (they were rolled down). i got out thru the back window. we had about 30 people parked along the main road watching all of us idiots.
anyway, he came over laughing and then admited he had done the same thing the day before. that is why he chose the path he did.
now the good stuff.
those try to pull me out..chevy blazer, ford 2500 (not mud ready) , ford 1 ton (not mud ready) and a tow truck.........yea i sank trying to pull out the 1 ton ........so 400 later we were free to share our bounty of mud with the main road....... rooster tailing mud at least 30feet or more in the air......... gosh that was a fun day.
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:41 AM
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Good to know that I'm not the only one haha
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