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Well I went out and did it. Got er dirty!. I know others may not think of this as muddy but for me it was quite dirty .:punk:
You have to remember I am just a beginner! It was fun although it took me over an hour to get all the mud off! :eek: And I am not sure it is all off..I need to see it in the daylight.
It was a lot of dirty fun though.
 

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Did you do the smart thing, and wash right after? I decided to leave mine for a few days to show that i actually use my jeep when it rains down here, but after a few days of dry weather, it took me over an hour and a half and $40 at the DIY car wash to get her clean again.

Looks like you had a blast though!
 

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Yep...That picture is in the car wash bay!. I was a good citizen and spent three dollars washing out the bay afterwards...I then went home and crawled under it with a hose to get inside of the wheels and stuff. I can only imagine if I had let it dry!. I have a pressure washer at home but the dang thing wont start :banghead:
I gotta get that fixed soon if I do much more of this.
 

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haha, nice! Congrats on covering the whole thing in mud. And definitely a good idea to wash right after. Like said before, I also have made the mistake of letting it dry for a day and it does not come off easily. Make sure you spray any mud build up out of the transfer case skid plate and around the top of the frame rails etc. I had a ton of mud in there that was hard to get rid of.
 

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Looks like you had fun.
 

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Woot!
 
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