Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Thumper, Sep 15, 2002.
Here ya go... laugh away! /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
Hahahahahaha....wait....why am I supposed to be laughing? Because it appears you're stuck beyond belief?
I personally think it's good when you sink your truck every once in a while (not good for the truck - but for you) It means you're testing your trucks capabilities, truly taking it off-road, and getting an idea for what needs to come next in the modification department. So, instead of laughing, I congratulate you for venturing deeper into the pit than anyone else.
By the way, how long/many pulls did it take to get you out?
i'll agree... NICE STUCK!!!
Shoulda had the swampers on dude...then you woulda got 2 feet farther in and another foot deeper!/forums/images/icons/grin.gif
I agree with Rene... 2 feet further and 1 foot deeper!!!
Well, although it doesnt look too awful stuck, the story is as follows... the bog hole (somewhere we shouldnt have been anyways) started about 6" behind my rear tire. The other side of the hole is about 6" in front of my bumper. So when the truck hit it, with all 4 wheels turning, it went straight down. I couldnt go forward... reference the front bumper pushing bog... I couldnt go backward... the rear end was sitting on the gas tank therefore the rear diff was like 3' under bog and up against solid ground. I had my rear Ramsey 8000 winch pulling, plus a buddys Warn 8274 pulling too, and we still had to jack the rear and stuff trees under the tires. It took the two winches, lots of jacking, and about 1.5 hrs to get me out of that one! /forums/images/icons/blush.gif
But it sure was fun!
Don't worry, Mikey. The frost will be in the ground in about 40 days. Then you can go back and show that (frozen)mud who's boss!!!/forums/images/icons/wink.gif
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