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When you're stuck like Chuck in the mud !!!

Discussion in 'Off-Roading' started by HotRodPC, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. HotRodPC

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    How they do it in So Cali at Azusa Canyon, Noone left behind. One of the clubs participating is the Solano's. Some are now in both or transistioned to Azua Mudderz. I've posted a couple of their videos before.

     
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    Pretty cool. A whole lot of chiefs though. Way to many people yelling go.
     
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    That looks like fun. :happy160::happy175:
     
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    Anyone else notice the CUCV in the train?
     
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    I miss that place. Back in the 80's I consumed lots of alcohol in that canyon. Also laid alot of pipe in that canyon too. :happy175:
     
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    Go, Yo, No, Ho, who could tell what was going on? What a mess. lol
     
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    For that length of trucks and you know most of the drivers didn't hear over their engines they were probably doing a relay yell. A flagman they could watch in their mirrors would have worked much better and safer. Some of those guys have been pulling trucks out and rolled them over when they needed to stop and didn't.
     
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    So much fun to play, hate to do the clean up afterwards.
     
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    No wonder he got stuck, he was running slicks! :hmm: :happy175:
     
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    Sure looked like it. I think it was actaully an all terrain tire that filled with mud, not a mud tire that would sling the mud outta the tread. But yeah, wrong tires for that terrain.
     
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    Yeah looks like some deep mud.
     
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    That was an absolute clusterfuck.
    Some cool trucks there for sure, though.
     
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    Yes but all my attention is on the square right behind it with the 2nd gen escalade front clip.
     

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