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Anyone else running cow bells?

Used to be, guys ran them to hear a rock before the axle hit. Now I'm just thinking if my Jeep wandered off on it's own I might be able to find it easier.

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That might attract more bulls in need than you bargained for...
Especially if you wheel where the cattle free range.... LOL

I must say thats a new one to me and I been runnin the hills since 64....But, if it works...
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^ I understand his name now - he runs police lights, the flash in the night. :)

We see a lot of cowbell around here but usually I see them on the rear of a truck.
 

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"I know a couple of 4x4 clubs I have been in use a cow bell for the person who breaks the most on a trail run it isnt really an honor."

Found on the net.
 

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"I know a couple of 4x4 clubs I have been in use a cow bell for the person who breaks the most on a trail run it isnt really an honor."

Found on the net.
That is what we do here also. Club provides the bell and it usually gets passed from trail ride (breakage) to trail ride.
 

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That is what we do here also. Club provides the bell and it usually gets passed from trail ride (breakage) to trail ride.
That would be OK with me, as long as some rancher didn't come along and try to "round up" my Jeep after it had wandered off.
 

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