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Old 12-06-2010, 01:39 AM
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Talking First stuck/carnage of the year lol

Well long story short, I was going down this road and the drifts started getting bad and I was going down hill so I knew I wasn't going to be able to stop and back up so I just hammered down and hoped I would make it. Shortly after that they were coming over the hood and then I came to a stop. I tried to back up and didn't move one bit. I was by myself, no shovel or nothing just chains (not tire chains lol) so I started making phone calls and got a hold of a buddy with a 2000 7.3 lifted a bit on 37s to come help me out. The road I was on I couldn't even walk down cause the drifts were so bad but like 15ft to the left there was like 8in of snow. So we dug the crap outa the front of it with the shovel he brought and hooked the chains up, it only took one good tug and I was out but since we could only go from the front there was no where to hook up to really. So we had to go to the frame behind the bumper but when the chain got tight it pulled the bumper up. Anyways onto the pics

This is the road I was coming down, I tried going up it once I got pulled out







And the carnage
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Old 12-06-2010, 01:46 AM
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Thank God for tow hooks.

Glad you got out man. That is rather deep snow lol. I dont know how you even made it that far.
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Old 12-06-2010, 02:01 AM
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Thank God for tow hooks.

Glad you got out man. That is rather deep snow lol. I dont know how you even made it that far.
lol I know huh and thank you, and ya it was very deep I couldn't even walk down the passenger side of my truck cause it was so deep I couldn't move my legs around to walk lol and ya I was going pretty fast to make it that far cause I was screwed once I started going down that road cause its down hill so I knew there was no backing up it so I just pushed the skinny peddle as far as it would go and was like well I'm gonna try to make it at least lol
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:24 PM
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no exactly how you feel on that one lol same thing happened to me and came over the hood. except mine involved running down a coyote. lol made it threw when the snow was fresh but not when it thawed frozed and drifted over again haha glad you didnt mess up anything under the hood.
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:27 PM
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hahaha I wish we had snows like that around here so i could try and drive through them.
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Old 12-09-2010, 09:25 PM
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no exactly how you feel on that one lol same thing happened to me and came over the hood. except mine involved running down a coyote. lol made it threw when the snow was fresh but not when it thawed frozed and drifted over again haha glad you didnt mess up anything under the hood.
That's the way I see it, at least it still runs great and drives fine, and its just a bumper, its better than the side of my bed being all dented in or my door being all screwed up, its just a bumper and only 200 bucks or a reason to get a badass one lol
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Dang That's a pretty good stuck! I wish we had snow here so I could try that, we're still dry as a bone in my part of CO with not a flake of snow in the forecast!
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