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Worst Stuck Photos Show us the gnarly mud! How deep can you go?

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Old 03-17-2016, 06:22 PM
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We took this thing through so much mud and water. Rarely got stuck, but this time we did. I could get a big enough head start to build some speed and the mud was very deep and there was an edge about 2' tall I had to muscle it over. Good times.





Suzuki Ozark 250 2x4<br/>Stuck in the mud with no winch and that to rip it out.





Suzuki Ozark 250 2x4<br/>Stuck in the mud with no winch and that to rip it out.
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Old 03-17-2016, 08:54 PM
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That's some nasty looking muck. Lightweight quads will go through a lot of crap but I don't think I'd try that alone. I took my TrailBlazer where I shouldn't have and it was okay until I high centered and I was in water up to the tail light.
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I had an Ozark once myself. I had mudlite at's on the back. It would go through some stuff you wouldn't think a 2x4 quad would. Didn't try anything quite like that though. The light weight helped a lot. I think it they had made a 4x4 version of it, it would have had enough power to handle it and still would have been well under 500 lbs. Id probably advise getting a winch though. I think several manufacturers have kits for the Ozark.
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I'm surprised you made it that far!!! You sure you didn't back in for a pic? Nasty stuff for sure.
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Old 03-19-2016, 06:54 PM
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I'm surprised you made it that far!!! You sure you didn't back in for a pic? Nasty stuff for sure.
Nope didn't back in at all. I was wearing sandals and driving it through the creek. Need to get out and got stuck. I had to lift it out and move it over multiple times until I made it to more solid ground. Took around 45 min to an hour.
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Old 03-20-2016, 12:44 PM
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Ozarks have Mirrors?
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Old 03-20-2016, 01:05 PM
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Ozarks have Mirrors?
They do if you add them, those are bolt on addons. They do look factory though.
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Nope didn't back in at all. I was wearing sandals and driving it through the creek. Need to get out and got stuck. I had to lift it out and move it over multiple times until I made it to more solid ground. Took around 45 min to an hour.
Had a Kawasaki Lakota 300. I had to use the same method. Learned to get 4wd up here in New England (and a winch). I don't know how many times we had to use the lift and move...
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woo don't you just love 2wd at least you got a winch all i got is a tow strap and a tractor
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