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Old 03-07-2011
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Small mud run

Hit a few trails with my friends. the ranger did great until it drank a little water. i just blasted the maf with maf cleaner and through in my stock filter. from there on it was great. That yota i pulled off with sucks in the mud, great on rock on to the pics

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after you spent all that time detailing it lol
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thats what I was about to say. have fun getting all that mud out of the nooks and crannies, it will never be the same (ask me how I know)... I done mud one time and that was the last time
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You are going to need a new MAF sensor one of these days. Have you regeared the front yet, how are the 4.56 on the highway?
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thats what I was about to say. have fun getting all that mud out of the nooks and crannies, it will never be the same (ask me how I know)... I done mud one time and that was the last time
Im taking by bed off this spring anyways to get rid of all the salt and mud anyways.
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after you spent all that time detailing it lol
yea but the good thing is i work at a carwash so its all good.

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You are going to need a new MAF sensor one of these days. Have you regeared the front yet, how are the 4.56 on the highway?
I have one laying around as a spare. and yes the front is matched. im the hiway is fun but its no longer fun for a long distance drive. it loves the gas pump latley only 200 per tank i gotta do my PCV soon
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Looks like a good time man
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That guy in the white jeep really needs to learn how to pull someone out of the mud. Was that his first time wheeling or what?
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^^^^ No kidding. Not very smart having that kid stand that close to the strap either...

Looks like a good time. My Ranger won't see mud like that ever. Thats what my Bronco is for.
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great save on the recovery man!
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I thought that Jeep was gonna break or the chain for sure. Someone would have got ****ed by that chain if it had.....thank god. Put a blanket on your chain/strap if your gonna jerk pull
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Im taking by bed off this spring anyways to get rid of all the salt and mud anyways.
been there done that!

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wow, you don't mess around when you clean your truck!
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Yup you gave me the idea awhile back.
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That white jeep sounds tough.
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White jeep is a 318 no cat and a flowmaster 40 original. Also he can't pull hard his tranny is virtually gone
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the black jeep wasnt helping him any just spinning like crazy and digging deeper
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