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Old 02-01-2013, 03:53 PM
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Pulling someone out of a situation

Tried finding a thread for this but not one was broad enough but if there is sorry. Anyways buddy calls me today cause he got his 2wd f150 stuck were he shouldnt have been IDIOT. Just wanted to see if anyone else has pictures like this.
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What was he thinking? There was only going to be one outcome from that and it wasn't a good one.
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Hahaha. Good times
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What the hell?!! LOL He didn't make it 15' from the hard packed stuff. I feel i can laugh along. cause I've been there....sorta. After 20+ years of playing on the beaches and trials of NC and never getting stuck, until this year. Tried to take my friends 4wd Chevy trailblazer out on Oregon Inlet, got just far enough out to be an issue and DOINK high centered! guess that's what i get for taking a glorified minivan in the sand. With the help of a friendly teenager with his lifted F150 full of exuberance and a complete disregard for a rev limiter we were freed from our sandy doom.
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Re: Pulling someone out of a situation

I got a video of 2 of my buddies and their dodges.. both 4wd... both no front drive shafts. Ill heve to try and find it

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The red one was ideling spinning one tire.. hadda get the dually and drag both of them out
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Tried finding a thread for this but not one was broad enough but if there is sorry. Anyways buddy calls me today cause he got his 2wd f150 stuck were he shouldnt have been IDIOT. Just wanted to see if anyone else has pictures like this.
Wow what a moron. Taking a stock height 2wd into deep sand. I wouldn't given him a lot of **** before pulling him out lol.


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Wow what a moron. Taking a stock height 2wd into deep sand. I wouldn't given him a lot of **** before pulling him out lol.


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Yea i have multiple pics and everyone new about it before i even got him out he'll never live it down

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This jeep sucked in a little bit of water and decided thats where the motor wanted to quit. The blue jeep in the background (cummins) has to drag it out and about a mile or so thru the woods to a road where i could pick it up with my truck and trailer later in te day. And the other is the other way around the cummins jeep stuck and the green jeep had to pull him out. (This was before the other pic. Clearly haha)

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I wish I had pics/vids of some of the truck I've pulled out of the lakebed. That mud will swallow anything you have, no matter how badass it is
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