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Bit of advice next time just shoot the ground hawg!
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That mud looks like straight up **** lol.
tell me about it man this stuff just sucks you in and it sucks *** to shovel

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Nice! Where's the tractor?
we tried using my buddies IH but it couldnt get enough traction to even budge the truck

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lol how long u took shoveling that thing out XD
well we got about 2 hours of digging and then some more tugs from the tractor and she still aint out then we ran outa light

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did you kill the groundhog?
im deff. killing the other one!! damn girls not letting me kill the first one...
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dang i am with all of the other guys. where is the tractor? where at in il r u? lol and wow my truck looked like this a few weeks ago before i cleaned the truck and coated the frame. lol
im out in dekalb for school at NIU
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Awwww.... bum deal... you should submit the second pic to the front page thread though.
thanks but i already made my submission for that otherwise i would
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Can you get your hands on a winch? If you were near me I'd winch you out, it would give me a reason to buy a pulley too.
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Damn dude... that's crazy. I've been "there" before. You should've realized you're stuck about 6 inches ago haha. I had a buddy in an Explorer do the same thing, he couldn't budge but was somehow confident he could get out. It wasn't til he had framed it out that he realized he wasn't going anywhere.
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Wow that sucks man. I did this a while back and now I dont go through anything like this until I walk it and make sure LOL.
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Yeah, that's never fun. I was on a job site a few years back and it was wet soggy mud and clay. I decided to park up on a new tee deck to be safe, higher ground is always best right? wrong. It was a newly constructed tee deck and it was mainly saturated clay. I made it up top and layed the frame. I had buried the fog lights. It sank straight down. Yeah for bulldozers and chains.
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someone should photoshop a ground hog giving the truck the finger. lol. i did something like that a long time ago with my '88 ranger on thanksgiving, went to drive around the barn and all 4 tires went down at once. plugged in the oliver before the meal and pulled it out backwards before i went home, left a mud trail on the road for a ways.
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Man you posed with the truck, but didn't get a TGD shot? lame lol
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thanks but i already made my submission for that otherwise i would
Submit again... just 'cause he only picks one doesn't mean you can only submit one... right?? haha

EDIT: I read the rules... but I think that picture is sick so re-submit... lol
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wow that sucks man, time to go get the tractor
Nah a he will more than likely need to find something with tracks, the last thing you want is the tractor to get stuck also, I had a buddy who had to hired a trac hoe to get him out cost him $250 bucks cash, pretty cheap if you ask me...
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Damn. thats all, just damn.
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I did that once good thing the people were nice enough to pull me out with a tractor.


Just shot the damn groud hogs they reproduce like rabits you cant kill them fast enough
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Can you get your hands on a winch? If you were near me I'd winch you out, it would give me a reason to buy a pulley too.
i just ordered a milemarker si12000 yesterday but im hoping to have the truck out b4 it gets here

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someone should photoshop a ground hog giving the truck the finger. lol. i did something like that a long time ago with my '88 ranger on thanksgiving, went to drive around the barn and all 4 tires went down at once. plugged in the oliver before the meal and pulled it out backwards before i went home, left a mud trail on the road for a ways.
hahahahahahahahaha if someone could do that PS that would be amazing!!

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Man you posed with the truck, but didn't get a TGD shot? lame lol
haha i realized that when i got home so ill see what i can do tomorrow when i go back to keep trying to get it out.

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Nah a he will more than likely need to find something with tracks, the last thing you want is the tractor to get stuck also, I had a buddy who had to hired a trac hoe to get him out cost him $250 bucks cash, pretty cheap if you ask me...
my friends dad owns an excavating company so if worst comes to worst ill see if he'll gimme a pull but i wanna keep that as a last resort
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HAHAHA... Give me a second..
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Damn man thats a nice stuck. Good luck getting out.

Just wait for the winch to come in, it'll give you a good excuse to try it out.
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Haha... nice stuck for sure. What's your topper say?
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LMFAO Mike!!! HAHAHAHA
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Lol that's awesome!
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this great LMAO
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If i wasnt 194 miles away i would come pull you out.
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