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Vid of SAS Ranger at fair mud bog

I took a vid of a nice SAS Ranger running the mud bog at a local fair.

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that's purrdy sweet!
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yeah thats a cool track
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that looks like fun and a nice truck
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thats a sweet truck and video
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That looks like a lot of fun!
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They do some cool events at that fair. I spotted that SAS Ranger in the pits as soon as I walked in.
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how do you know its an SFA truck?
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and why is the right side of his rear slider blown out?
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how do you know its an SFA truck?
yea i couldnt tell at all
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yea i couldnt tell at all

i think it could very well be one. the way the front axle shifts to the right when the suspension compresses.
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if you look at the video from 18 sec to 21 sec you can see the solid axle......
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I can't believe they used those tractor tires as pylons. It seems like if you slid off course and hit one, it would be like hitting a brick wall, if it didn't flip you over! What ever happened to good ol' hay bails???
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how do you know its an SFA truck?
I saw it parked in the pits before it's run.
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I can't believe they used those tractor tires as pylons. It seems like if you slid off course and hit one, it would be like hitting a brick wall, if it didn't flip you over! What ever happened to good ol' hay bails???

It's a low buget ag fair. They are probably over 3ft tall so getting on top of one to roll over is unlikely. I've seen alchohol mud boggers hit them and not go over them let alone move them much.
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