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just loading them on to photobucket, ill ave them on in a few hours thanks for the reminder lol
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Have any pics of your truck on the trails? Or were those rocks the offroading you were talking about? lol
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no i did take it on the trails, i was just having to much fun to think about kicking my buddy out to take some pictures on the trail lol
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i have some of the other trucks stuck on the mud trails, and of a jeep i pulled out, some more cool trucks and a guy making his girl get out to hook up his nissan, was pretty funny, shes standing straight up and the ruts are so deep shes barely reaching the top of the hood, hooked the chain onto the side of the bumper and riped it half off haha
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my buddy had his camera too, so ill get the pics off him, he had some of us running the trail, so ill post more up later if i can
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**** I really wish I could have gone!! That looks like a blast. I have a buddy that went in his old chevy and he said it was such a miserable wet day but the bogs where great
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ya it was awesome cant wait until june, theres the summer run on the 27th i think, anyone wanna go?
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just a heads up, the intake likes to suck water in... a snorkle is something on my list of to do's... and those a/t's work like slicks in wet mud, but anything else work quite well... i've got vids around in one of my threads if you care to dig them up
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man, did that raptor do any of the thick mud? i saw one the other day here on base(hurlburt field), COVERED in mud, i have no idea where the hell he went, as i have yet to find one place to go. But he got rid of the AT's, and has some sort of MT on there, havnt actually went up to the truck to see what tire hes running..
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just a heads up, the intake likes to suck water in... a snorkle is something on my list of to do's... and those a/t's work like slicks in wet mud, but anything else work quite well... i've got vids around in one of my threads if you care to dig them up
Thanks, i was sorta worried about the intake but i wasnt even close enough or fast enough to pull any water so it wasnt a problem and the a/ts surprisingly pulled awesome on the trails muds and rocks that i was on, im looking at a new tire to run now tho, any other sugestions?


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man, did that raptor do any of the thick mud? i saw one the other day here on base(hurlburt field), COVERED in mud, i have no idea where the hell he went, as i have yet to find one place to go. But he got rid of the AT's, and has some sort of MT on there, havnt actually went up to the truck to see what tire hes running..
I almost shat myself when i saw that truck there, i didnt even know they were out yet and this guy comes cruising in, he didnt take it through the bogs but i followed him through the trails, it was all stock, well as stock as that raptor is stock lol, but it seemed to work great, i love the look of them, they also have pics on the gopher dunes website of them taking one around the motorcross track and jumping and stuff, its awesome
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and those a/t's work like slicks in wet mud
Yeah those a/t's only like the dry mud...
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Thanks, i was sorta worried about the intake but i wasnt even close enough or fast enough to pull any water so it wasnt a problem and the a/ts surprisingly pulled awesome on the trails muds and rocks that i was on, im looking at a new tire to run now tho, any other sugestions?
i just put on a set of km2's i can't really say how good they are off road yet, the most ive done was some soggy dirt on the side of the road... pulled hard in that though...

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Yeah those a/t's only like the dry mud...
wet mud



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I took my stock 98 ranger 4x4 off road through alot of mud. My biggest problem was how pissed off people were when i was coming home and mud was flying off my truck at 70 at their new lexus and bmw's :) LMAO I must say even though it was funny i still felt alittle bad since i know how hard people do work for their cars. Damn i wish i would have a had video camera it was pretty funny....
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i just put on a set of km2's i can't really say how good they are off road yet, the most ive done was some soggy dirt on the side of the road... pulled hard in that though...



wet mud



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lol ok well it was wet, but not that wet, it was more sloppy then wet i guess, they didnt work as well as my mud kings on my yoda, but i was actually surprised on how well they did work, and they bit through the ruts somewhat, it took a bit but ya they did slick up, just had to give it some good throttle to loosen them up lol, im hoping to pick up some of those km2s soon, everyones been saying good things about them i just hope theyll last on the street
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I took my stock 98 ranger 4x4 off road through alot of mud. My biggest problem was how pissed off people were when i was coming home and mud was flying off my truck at 70 at their new lexus and bmw's :) LMAO I must say even though it was funny i still felt alittle bad since i know how hard people do work for their cars. Damn i wish i would have a had video camera it was pretty funny....
lol i always love the car wash when i leave, huge chunks of mud all over, but i do agree about spraying cars with mud, unless they **** me off, then i dont care, like today i almost hit a porshe, and the only reason why i didnt just hit him was because it was a porshe, lol i hate stupid people who think they own the road because there car cost 100gs more than my truck did
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lol ok well it was wet, but not that wet, it was more sloppy then wet i guess, they didnt work as well as my mud kings on my yoda, but i was actually surprised on how well they did work, and they bit through the ruts somewhat, it took a bit but ya they did slick up, just had to give it some good throttle to loosen them up lol, im hoping to pick up some of those km2s soon, everyones been saying good things about them i just hope theyll last on the street
i love my km2's, i haven't really taken them off road yet... a little mud here and there on the side of the road, and it pulls hard in the mud (that i have hit) i'll post pics up when i get them really dirty for the first time for sure... just waiting to get my buddy's s/t lifted and tires and we will make a weekend of it for sure....
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Nice pics, looks like it was alot of fun!
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i love my km2's, i haven't really taken them off road yet... a little mud here and there on the side of the road, and it pulls hard in the mud (that i have hit) i'll post pics up when i get them really dirty for the first time for sure... just waiting to get my buddy's s/t lifted and tires and we will make a weekend of it for sure....
well hopefully they last for ya, i went to look at some today, and they look so sweet, i cant wait, it'll most likely be the end of the summer when i get mine, maybe then ill be able to pic up a cheaper used set them

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Nice pics, looks like it was alot of fun!
ya it was a great time, its always a blast when we go
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