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Pics of your very FIRST STUCK!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MuddinManny, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. MuddinManny

    MuddinManny Banned

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    Hey Y'all,

    I searched and didn't find anything. Let's all get a laugh and go back to the beginning days. If you have a pic of your very FIRST STUCK, post it up!

    Manny

    All my pics are back at my mom's in Virginia.
     
  2. NewUser

    NewUser 1/2 ton status

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    well seeing as how ive had my truck for 3 weeks and havent been wheeling yet due to engine problems i could post a pic of it sitting in the driveway....effectively stuck due to non drivability:dunno:
     
  3. tomford

    tomford 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    what happens if you dont have one yet... my truck is sitting in my yard, without a power steering box, ready to have the frame fixed and after that, it's gonna be getting some real power, a 350-350-205 setup then some new tires then you will see some stuck pics... oh yea i gotta get the bumper and winch too... i see a build thread by tomford in the future, oh man thats getting me excited...hopefully the parts collecting i have been doing will pay off
     
  4. bear76

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    Mine's still stuck in the driveway, does that count?
     
  5. Larry_in_Tx

    Larry_in_Tx 1/2 ton status

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    First stuck? I really don’t have any pictures of that one. We had a bit of trouble uploading the pics from the Polaroid to the commodore 64 around the time it happened and now I’ve seemed to have misplaced them.:dunno:
     
  6. Greg72

    Greg72 "Might As Well..." Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Here's a shot at Hollister Hills at BlazerFest 2001.

    This was taken a few short months after I bought my truck, and this was my very first time "offroading".

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    This hill isn't even an "obstacle".....it's just a hill leading to where the real stuff is. I put the truck in 4WD, and with my tires at street pressure (duh!) and no lockers front or rear, this is all I could do....

    Spun a lot of dust onto everyone around me, and had to give up and back down the hill and go an even EASIER way to get where I wanted to go!!!

    I had a lot to learn about what makes a truck TRULY ready to go offroad.....and it didn't have anything to do with what you see in the commercials.


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  7. Russell

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    That would be on some wet grass in my back yard with my big 3/4 2wd GMC :P
     
  8. justiz00

    justiz00 Registered Member

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    Got high centered. My first outing in the old stang.

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    We had been going around the edges of the pond all day. Then someone got the bright idea to go through the middle. I was the idiot that tried.

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  11. 64suburban

    64suburban Registered Member

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    My Blazer is really truly stuck. It's sitting on wood four by fours in my back yard, with nothing in it and nothing under it. The frame is completely bare with none of the hardware or brackets that hold on the leaf springs. Now that’s stuck!
     
  12. MattK

    MattK 1/2 ton status

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    I don't recall what my first stuck was, but here is my stepdad's (Leper). This was only a couple minutes into the ride. :haha: We did a lot of recovering back then.

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  13. muddybuddy

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    sounds like a damn good reason to drive back to VA, im sure i can find a place to get you stuck;) :p:
     
  14. Citizen Rider

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    My blazer, i cant recall, but this might have been my first stuck-
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    I dont have pics (no evidence) because my dad didnt know I wheeled the Blazer back in high school.

    The story: friend had a new Xterra, we were playing around by a pond. He got a few feet away from the water, hit the skinny pedal and did a little fishtail. The ground looked dry and solid Me, being 16 and not to be outdone by a 6 cylinder :o got even closer to the water and mashed the gas. I didnt budge. Put her in 4-lo and mashed it again and sunk straight down. The 31s on the passenger side were buried completely, door wouldnt open as it had about 6" of mud up the bottom. Driver side was a little better. I could get out of it.. Tow truck came out and busted a chain before finally winching me out. Dad still doesnt know.:D
     
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    Where is that at azul canyon? How many did it take to pull you out?
     
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    Here ya go....:doah:



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    verrry crappy quality but you get the picture haha this was at custom diffs bash 05 and the gf was driving and got scared when the ground was about to come in the driver door lmao so she had to crawl over me then the battery cable came loose so i had fo fix it and i eventually got it to back out balls to the wall in about an hr.
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    JohnDeere, that is at Azusa, Ca and it took 3 trucks to get me out! After many hours being stuck.
     

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