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Mud!!!!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bigbadchev84, Sep 18, 2005.

  1. bigbadchev84

    bigbadchev84 1/2 ton status

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    Got to go play in a couple of the mudholes out on my parents farm today the pic that im just sitting there i threw a fan belt and the power steering belt also, all day i had no power steering or brakes really since its a hydro boost i had to go run down to the shop and get a new fan belt, all in all it ran really good until i drenched the distributer. even the dog had a good time. 39.5boggers and a locker in the front makes for some awesome fun in the mud

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    Damn fine pics! I miss the Northwest. You have a buddy to pull ya out or just yourself?
     
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    awsome!

    how is that d44 holding up with that locker and the 39.5 boggerS?
     
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    badass! what are the specs on your running gear?
     
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    Where in the world did you find mud in Hermiston????I'm in the Walla Walla area and it hasn't rained in like 4 or 5 months.Leaky circle?Or just driving the irrigation ditch?:haha: Looks like a lot of fun.:D
     
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    we had an 05' chevy there but he was a sissy and didnt want to get it dirty, he said he would give me a ride back to the T-tractor if i got stuck, i was really impressed with how well it did i tried going through in 2wd but without a locker in back it sucked, with the back axle on the ground once in 4wd it jumped right up, i tried to get it stuck but couldnt, the cv in the front shaft is not much longer for this world after today, as far as the 44 goes i have never had any probs with it and i beat the $hit out of it, in fact it has lasted through 3 motors that were really rode hard, that was before the locker though and i only had 8inchs and the boggers then. but im really happy overall
     
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    its a 14bolt/44 with 4.56s and a detroit up front, the mud is from runoff from our circles we have about 6 different REALLY good mudholes, these were some of the tamer ones out there for its maiden voyage with all the new goodies
     
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    and here are a few more...........

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    I've seen some holes around circles that didn't have a bottom:doah: from the middle looking out:haha:
     
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    OK between your 1st post and now this one you're making me jealous. looks like a blast:waytogo:
     
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    mud is always fun, look like the dog is haveing fun walking around the outside of the mud pit in the one pic ;D
     
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    yeah the dog ran about 4miles from the house to join the fun......im not really sure how he found us
     
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    Looks like fun.........Did you ever extend your shackle? If not, I've heard you can damage or even break your spring bouncing around with your spring bottomed out to the frame like it was. Anyway, awesome rig. :D
     
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    My favorites are the dog getting covered in a wave of mud as he chases alongside......and the girl in the passenger seat with the one BROWN arm!!! She doesn't look too pleased......:haha:
     

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