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South Ga Mud Pictures!!

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by keith, Jan 8, 2002.

  1. keith

    keith 1/2 ton status

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    I had these from a few weeks ago. This was the first time at this place. We were limited on time but ran through a couple of times. We will go back and find the DEEP holes!! It was pretty funny though. It was easy for me(locked front and rear) but the other guys was having some trouble with open rears and high gears!lolwww.keith.rockcrawler.com
     
  2. Bone85K5

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    In in Columbus. What part of GA were you in?

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  3. keith

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    I'm in Atlanta but those pictures are in Argyle GA. about 30 minutes from FL.

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    that suburban is cool!! who's is it? that looks like it was fun!

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  5. keith

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    Thats my brother. It has a 6" lift with 36 swampers TSL radial. Also got 4:56 gears. he likes it. Wants to do more to it.Don't we all.

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    oh yea, looks like fun!!! (need more of those Telico pic's though)

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    We have a place some buddies and I go 4 wheeling near Dothan,AL. If you come south often, give me a buzz!-mud holes and clay pit w/ hills and mud holes, sand, plenty of places we have PERMISSION to go in!- neilheis@yahoo.com

    Neil H. Alabama.. "It's a full size thang, Jeep owners don't understand!!" '78 K5 400ci 4x4 AT,AC,PW Cheyenne., '74 C10 4x2
     
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    Thats not too bad but in california we got some nutty stuff this time of year its just one big gumbo pit.

    79 Jimmy, 5" lift 35 M/T with a 383 puttin out 400hp and 450lb/ft. 4.11s Locked front and back.
     
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    Looks like fun. [​IMG]
    Lucky guy

    We just got to wait ANOTHER 4-1/2 months before we get to play.

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    dang keith thats a long drive just to play in the mud.

    gime a bucket of chicken with extra skin!
     
  11. keith

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    We have had little to no rain for a long time here in GA. We are still like 16 or more inches below our usual rain fall. We were lucky to find that much water. They have 6-7 pits that vary in depth. They actually have permission there too. The guy drove up while I was there and said have fun. My parents live in that area thats why I was done wheeling and of course my brother goes too.

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    hey i know i live in Decatur. did you drive that thing all the way down there?

    gime a bucket of chicken with extra skin!
     
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    Ya'll didn't go mudding, you went swimming! [​IMG]

    Nice trucks!

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    Keith,

    Looks like you and Ryan had a blast. I personally liked your Missouri pages. Brought back some funny memories. I thought Nick was Screwed!

    Did you lift your truck more? Looks taller. Talk to ya later.

    Mudzer 1978/91 K5
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  15. keith

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    Everything is the same on the truck. And as for the water yea it was more water and less thick than I would prefer but hey now days its hard to find a place to ride so I wasn't being picky. And yes I drive my Blazer every where. That is a 4 hour trip. And I drove it to Missouri to go on a trail ride. 13 Hours one way. You build a rig to be functional and dependable!!

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