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Old 04-24-2012, 12:05 AM
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Default 2 Four wheelers stuck up to the frame and 1 guy to the waist



After I got stuck (one on the left) My buddy(on the right) was going to show me how he could do it w/o getting stuck. He pulled in right beside me and plump, sunk to the frame, he jumped off popped it in reverse reached for the throttle, and plump done to the waist.

The guy standing on the 4 wheelers, I flagged him down, to have him pull me out, he ran to the house to get the chain, and when he got back, looked right at my buddy and said what the f*ck where u thinking. lol
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That's some good mud! Might have to invest in a winch...
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That's well and truly stuck. I love the mud that's too thick to get to the bottom but thin enough to sink up to the frame.
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Nothing like a fun afternoon in the mud.
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Now is some mud!
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Now that is some mud!
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Old 04-24-2012, 04:13 PM
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That's some good mud! Might have to invest in a winch...
absolutely, a winch is on my wish list , btw, I am taking donations for the buy me a winch fund.

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That's well and truly stuck. I love the mud that's too thick to get to the bottom but thin enough to sink up to the frame.
what was bad about it, is it gave no warning that it was bogging down, I was moving pretty fast, and it was like I hit a tree, complete stop almost threw me over the handle bars
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absolutely, a winch is on my wish list , btw, I am taking donations for the buy me a winch fund.



what was bad about it, is it gave no warning that it was bogging down, I was moving pretty fast, and it was like I hit a tree, complete stop almost threw me over the handle bars
Up in Vermont they were cutting in a new trail system by some property I own. Decided to check out the trail and there was a depression that looked solid enough to go over. Front end just stopped. I almost went over the handlebars too. I don't hit mud holes at full speed anymore.
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Up in Vermont they were cutting in a new trail system by some property I own. Decided to check out the trail and there was a depression that looked solid enough to go over. Front end just stopped. I almost went over the handlebars too. I don't hit mud holes at full speed anymore.
At the back of my buddy's property the state is installing new sewer pipeline so the were cutting trenches and knocking down trees and running a backhow I think this was a trench they had just covered up, the ground was real funny u could walk on some of it and the dirt was hard but as u steeped the ground would bounce several inches.
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Sounds like clay.
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