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Okay guys, i went whelling yesterday (I was the only rig on the trails) :knob: :tard:

And of course my camera died after one picture...


and to top it all off i got stuck in the mud. Being stuck would have been okay but i left my highlift at home (one hour and fifteen minutes away). I was severely high centered in a huge mud pit (my front tires were off the ground even with the TC UCA's, Radflo's and 285/75's). luckily my truck only made it half way into the pit. we talked to the owner of the park and he had a 2wd tractor. he tried pulling me out for about thirty minutes from every angle possible with no luck. So i had to call my dad to go to my house and bring me my jack. We jacked the front end up enough to build a track for the front tires so i could be pulled out of the pit. All in all it was pretty fun but my girlfriend was not happy at all!! :blah5:

Here is the aftermath





Now the clean up must start!!!!!!!!
 

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Well i didnt even plan on going in the mud... but apparently to someone who has never been off roading (my girlfriend), just climbing over rocks and up inclines isnt enough. she was like, "man that looks like it would be fun to go through, do you think you can make it?" and i reply, "this is the Sexterra, it can go through anything"

Vroom, Vroom, Vroom..... Uh oh!
 

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Well i didnt even plan on going in the mud... but apparently to someone who has never been off roading (my girlfriend), just climbing over rocks and up inclines isnt enough. she was like, "man that looks like it would be fun to go through, do you think you can make it?" and i reply, "this is the Sexterra, it can go through anything"

Vroom, Vroom, Vroom..... Uh oh!
Man, driving while under the influence of the wrong head. It happens to us all at one time or another.
 

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Sucks man. But that will teach you to keep your window down when you are in or going through mud. I do not envy your cleanup... But I do like the towel to keep the seat clean with the picture of dried mud everywhere on the inside.
 

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Nice photos, sucks you got stuck with out the high lift. Do you have a mount for it on your roof rack?
 

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Yeah i have a mount on my rack, but the thing is.... with the rack on i cant fit in my garage. So i took the whole thing off a week or two ago. After i got to the park i realized i didnt have it with me :drunken: but i was like "im not going to need it" That worked out well for me :angry3:
 

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Yeah i have a mount on my rack, but the thing is.... with the rack on i cant fit in my garage. So i took the whole thing off a week or two ago. After i got to the park i realized i didnt have it with me :drunken: but i was like "im not going to need it" That worked out well for me :angry3:
Nice... sounds like my luck. You never need it until you don't have it.
 

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Really bites getting stuck, and the clean up afterwords makes one wonder if it's all worth
Oh who am kidding? Dang right it's worth it!!! :cheers: :cheers:
After snow/rain here I get paid to play in the mud: usually takes a few hours to clean my work truck in and out.
 

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S_e_X-Terra said:
Okay guys, i went whelling yesterday (I was the only rig on the trails)
When I am off-road I am almost always 'the only one on the trail', but that's because I don't go "wheeling", but I go off-road to get to places I want to go, and quite often I'm alone when I go. You need to put a winch into that Shrock front bumper!

S_e_X-Terra said:
and to top it all off i got stuck in the mud....All in all it was pretty fun but my girlfriend was not happy at all!!
Years ago, with my Pathfinder, it was not a good ski day, so I took three friends on a little drive in my Pathfinder, and on a snow-covered forestry road I got stuck. Because I was very close to the highway, I wasn't worried, but my friends did laugh at me. They went for a walk while I hooked up my winch to get out of the soft snow and back onto the snow that was packed from the snowmobiles.

Just as I was finishing getting un-stuck, they came back and said that when I was ready, the guy in the Jeep that was stuck further up the road wanted my help. I drove up the road and around the corner, and there he was, stuck. He had a Cherokee that was completely stock, which he had owned for a week.

I used my tow strap to get him unstuck, but then he got stuck again. In all, I had to pull him three times to get him back the point where he could drive back the short distance to the highway. Two of my friends that were along were women, and they 'watched from the sidelines', and were talking to the Jeep guy's girlfriend. Apparently she told him not to drive up this road, but he didn't listen. By the end of getting stuck all those times, she wasn't even talking to him when she got back into his Jeep!
 

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Nice pictures! Looks like you will be busy cleaning for awhile.
 
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