Had a friend get his jeep stuck like that once and had to call me to come pull him out. Thats one reason I won't go alone now.
Man, driving while under the influence of the wrong head. It happens to us all at one time or another.S_e_X-Terra said: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!
Nice... sounds like my luck. You never need it until you don't have it.S_e_X-Terra said: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:
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:Okay guys, i went whelling yesterday (I was the only rig on the trails)
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.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!!