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:idiot2: It took a lot to get it out



 

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Now that is some sticky stuff. Could you imagine how many atv's/rhinos :2funny: that it would have taken to pull you out.
 

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We tryed with 7




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joeharley said:
ranger 29.5

was that with the laws on it?


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yes sir
 

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Thats one thing about the Ranger, when it's stuck, it's STUCK!!!
 

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Nobody is smiling in the photos. Must be past this is still fun stage. That usally happens when you need a tractor.
 

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Thats were the real fun is!
 

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I enjoy the mud, but haven't had time to try it out yet. It has only been on the trails a few times. And I will probably wait till some warmer weather. I hate swimming in cold mud.....
 

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Fantastic pic's I can't wait for spring thats when all the new trucks come out to the ORV park and get ripped up..
 

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Yep, there stuck alright ;D ;D ;D
 

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Took 45 minutes but the other 6x6 got me out. Then it took about 4 hours to get all the water out of the engine & filter ::)
 

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Ya.............Thats stuck!
 

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No pics but we have a place called Dry Pond because in the summer it is a dry pond. In the winter it is about 3 feet deep and probably about an acre of water.

One of our guys went through the ice and could stand on his seat to stay dry. We had 5 ATVs with winches and it took 4 hours to get him out because his bumpers were below the ice and we had to break the ice ahead of him away to get him out. It was 5 PM when he went through and 10 PM by the time we got back to base and 20 degrees with snow blowing.

We now call it Jo's pond and will remember it for ever. We broke 3 of the 5 winch cables and bent the frame of his ATV in the process.

That spring we made a trail around Jo's pond.

Gary
 
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