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Mud carnage (9 Pix)

Well spring is finally here(sorta) and I got out muddin last weekend. My brother owns the gray Dodge. We finally teased him enough to take his street queen into the mud. He enjoyed alot but I don't think will do it again. The Dodge did pretty good climbing hills considering it had rather bald BFG's. My buddy is one in the F-250.
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Ha ha! I love that last one the best and been there done that!
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Well your tires can't be bald..you r throwing the mud around!
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Well your tires can't be bald..you r throwing the mud around!
my tires are like brand new. my first set of muds and i am loving it. That locker was huge help too
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nice
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looooooooooooove that last pic man!!
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A locker and good muds takes you further than many expect. I would wheel Wharton with new folks sometimes and they only learned later that I was 2WD and were very surprised. Locker and mud tires doesn't make you invincible, but it surely do help, lol.
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looks like yall had fun
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looooooooooooove that last pic man!!
Thats why i made it a big one thnkx
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very kickas$ dude!
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It was my first time getting that dirty and i learned something. When you turn on the windshield wipers all the mud piles up on the drivers side door jamb. Then when you go to open door then... *PLOOP* mud in the cab ;-C
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the last picture is the best.... looks like it was a blast!
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Have you ever left your windows open and tried to back up? If you have wider tires and less backspacing so your tires stick out like mine always have, you'll have a nice layer of mud all over the dashboard, lol.

Don't ask me how I know. After that, I put in the auto up/down modules so I can just tap my window buttons once as I approach and both windows roll up automatically.
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lol i have done that in snow which isn't half as bad.
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Sweet pics man! I want to get action shots of my truck like that someday!
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looks like a blast
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That last pic is front page worthy IMO
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awsome, that last pic is my new background
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Have you ever left your windows open and tried to back up? If you have wider tires and less backspacing so your tires stick out like mine always have, you'll have a nice layer of mud all over the dashboard, lol.

Don't ask me how I know. After that, I put in the auto up/down modules so I can just tap my window buttons once as I approach and both windows roll up automatically.

Only problem with rollin up and down your windows is that mud dries in the door and starts scratching the window :(
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That truck looks SEXY all mudded up!!
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everyone having fun in the mud
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Helll Yeah Bro!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get Some!!!
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That last picture is your new avatar do it do it!
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That F250 is cool looking. Gasser or Diesel? Not to pull the direction away from your Ranger, I just LOVE 9th gen F Series trucks and Broncos.

That last pic is awesome.
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