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Old 10-24-2011, 12:48 PM   #31
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Nice set of steps. Lol. Seen at my sons high school.

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Old 10-24-2011, 12:56 PM   #32
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Old 10-24-2011, 01:01 PM   #33
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This is my EPICest fail yet... I dropped into tracks crossing my path, I was going to slow and had a guy and his kid with me. He had recently had back surgery but insisted on riding so I was going way to slow at the time. Otherwise, I'd have probably bounced back out of the ruts. OMG I was so stuck in this run, we had to use (2) 30 foot straps locked together to get me out from a gravel driveway. Almost burried a lifted F150... oh yeah, mudding is great. My pants stood up on there own after climbing around to hook up strap after strap that we broke.

But hey, its all in good fun!!!



I tried everything to get out of there... cranking my wheel back and forth caused a bunch of rocks to cram into my calipers. (-$30 for each side). All together for the brakes and straps we broke, it costed about $100 for this particular fail doing our own labor of course. You can't see very well in the pic but my right front side is pushed into a hill underneith. The dirt was piled up over my axle and leveled off at the top of my leaf spring.

Bath time!


OH! I must note, if you look at the tracks, there are A LOT behind the jeep and none in front of it. I did however make it the furthest that day.
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Old 10-24-2011, 01:04 PM   #34
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This is my EPICest fail yet... I dropped into tracks crossing my path, I was going to slow and had a guy and his kid with me. He had recently had back surgery but insisted on riding so I was going way to slow at the time. Otherwise, I'd have probably bounced back out of the ruts. OMG I was so stuck in this run, we had to use (2) 30 foot straps locked together to get me out from a gravel driveway. Almost burried a lifted F150... oh yeah, mudding is great. My pants stood up on there own after climbing around to hook up strap after strap that we broke.

But hey, its all in good fun!!!

I tried everything to get out of there... cranking my wheel back and forth caused a bunch of rocks to cram into my calipers. (-$30 for each side). All together for the brakes and straps we broke, it costed about $100 for this particular fail doing our own labor of course.
Holy crap! Haha! Looks like it was fun though at least for the moment
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Old 10-24-2011, 08:21 PM   #35
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The ONLY time mud is fun is during the moment!
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Old 10-26-2011, 05:52 PM   #36
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The ONLY time mud is fun is during the moment!
agreed, mud SUCKS to clean/scrape outta ur rig

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