So I was wheeling in some sloppy shallow mud today... not the kind of mud that I usually get into that is 6" to 12" deep. This mud was just greasy and slippery, the kind where you can run in 2wd if you have a locker, agressive rubber, and keep up your mommentum and you just slide around and do dohnuts in. My problem started when I almost hit a fence today because I cranked the wheel and hammerd on it to do a 180 and to my suprise I went strait and right towards the fence(no, I didn't hit it). What the f&$k is the deal with boggers in shallow mud? I have heard about bad lateral traction but...damn. I couldn't hardly turn at all in the sloppy stuff. I never have really had a problem before because I am usually in deep enough mud that the fronts work almost like ruders. I can see why some guys go TSL's in the front and boggers in the back. My question is what have some of you guys done to deal with the crappy lateral turning? Any throttle or brake tricks? How about grooving... how have some of you guys grooved them for better lateral traction? thanks.