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why?
sweating in the heat. id rather be cold lol
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Great looking truck. I really like what you have done.
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Gotta hate the stuckage!
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sweating in the heat. id rather be cold lol
eh not for recoveries. I've been stuck in the snow in near white out conditions, and stuck in that lake in the middle of summer. Atleast I had a lake to go jump in and cool down

IMO it sucks to wade though waist deep snow drifts to hook up a recovery strap, time, after time, after time.. Especially considering one time I was wearing dress shoes and dickies. I hated having to get into the truck to warm up, Hated trying to figure out how to block the wind with my truck so I could take a **** (which by the way never works in wyoming, wind comes from EVERYWHERE ha)..

Last week my buddies decided to go mudding in the snow and it wasn't much above 30 the entire day, once the sun went down, (aka the time i got off work) it was a bit nippy for me to be out pulling people out freezing my *** off.

Plus if it requires digging and getting sweaty I would prefer wearing less clothes than more.
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you no if you took a friend they be in the passenger seat going you got this man you got this lol and they prob wouldnt help dig
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They never do And that first bad stuck of mine had everything to do with 3 other people yelling, "DO IT!" so I did..

No I'm just kidding, I might not help dig but I'll help hook up straps and winch cables. I'm normally the dumbass in the group that needs a shovel. Probably why I own 2 little ones that fit in a tool box.
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^^^ yea a passenger doesnt always help me i did all the digging my self last time and hooking up all the **** all my g.f did was stand there and *****. esp durring the 8 mile walk to get her jeep
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at least you didnt have to walk 8 miles
done that! got my 4x4 250 stuck, with bald street tires, on wet clay... walked to home depot, bought a shovel, hand winches, and traction sand but found a friend with an s-10 blazer who pulled me out... then literally 2 minutes later my tie rod end went while doing about 50km/h (30mph) and i went through a ditch and a tree

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eh not for recoveries. I've been stuck in the snow in near white out conditions, and stuck in that lake in the middle of summer. Atleast I had a lake to go jump in and cool down

IMO it sucks to wade though waist deep snow drifts to hook up a recovery strap, time, after time, after time.. Especially considering one time I was wearing dress shoes and dickies. I hated having to get into the truck to warm up, Hated trying to figure out how to block the wind with my truck so I could take a **** (which by the way never works in wyoming, wind comes from EVERYWHERE ha)..

Last week my buddies decided to go mudding in the snow and it wasn't much above 30 the entire day, once the sun went down, (aka the time i got off work) it was a bit nippy for me to be out pulling people out freezing my *** off.

Plus if it requires digging and getting sweaty I would prefer wearing less clothes than more.
i gotta agree, bundled up you sweat so easily, and it doesn't dry... i would prefer to be sweaty in the heat... or a fall rain, around 15* celcius (not sure what that is in F) and raining, the rain keeps you cool, and the heat keeps you warm... gives you so much energy!

nice looking truck though, glad you didn't break trying to get out! those headlights turned out SICK!
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done that! got my 4x4 250 stuck, with bald street tires, on wet clay... walked to home depot, bought a shovel, hand winches, and traction sand but found a friend with an s-10 blazer who pulled me out... then literally 2 minutes later my tie rod end went while doing about 50km/h (30mph) and i went through a ditch and a tree
yea i took a come along with me and 2 chains and my tow strap and all the **** i thought i would need incase i got stuck. well i broke the come along and decided to walk 8 miles and got my g.fs stock jeep that did fine on the way in but bearly made it out thanks to the ice and open diffs and street tires. but she got it out i was very proud of her.

i was stuck the same way only on front and rear diff

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wow old thread lol i dont miss that low hanging brush guard
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