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Old 01-13-2011, 04:46 PM
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Talking ricer stuck in the snow

dont know if this qualifies as a kill but it made my day!

So me and my buddy are on the way to school this morning after i picked him up....bla bla bla. anyway so as im driving my friend yells LOOK!!!!!!! here is some idiots in some pos Nissan car with a fart can muffler stuck in an old hyvee parking lot that hasn't been plowed yet, guess he was trying to donuts in a front wheel drive car?.(we just got a foot of snow 2 days ago) why would you even try to go through that in a car. i instantly recognized the car from school. he thinks his Nissan is a bad *** car. so i jumped on the opportunity to yank his pos across a parking lot i couldn't barely get to him in 2 wheel drive. i do a donut (why not) pull up next to him need help? no no i got it. sure you do. finally he agreed to let me pull him out. hes freaking out because he thinks im gonna mess up his car my friend hooks up the tow strap and i put it in 4wd pull the strap tight and gave it some. some black smoke and about 200 feet and he was out. it took every bit of will power to stop. i wanted to drag it all the way to school.hes looking at his car. he goes to start it. it wont start!!!!!!!!!! now hes got the look of shame!
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Old 01-13-2011, 04:54 PM
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AWESOME!!!! Now that is just great!!! I like hearing stories like that over racing kills!!! I usually have my tow strap ready to go when it snows here, and am always on the lookout. I did get to pull an old chevy up an icey road a week or so ago, dude was stuck spinnin his tires and couldn't get going. I would jump all over it if I saw a ricer stuck. And like you said, I would have to force myself to stop and not drag it around the city.



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Old 01-13-2011, 04:56 PM
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Its fun. im glad im not the only one that has fought the urge to keep on going.
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Old 01-13-2011, 05:11 PM
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man i know that feeling. wonder how far i could pull this pos?

im sure about everyone on the forum has fought that urge more then once!
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Old 01-13-2011, 05:13 PM
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I did get to pull an old chevy up an icey road a week or so ago, dude was stuck spinnin his tires and couldn't get going. I would jump all over it if I saw a ricer stuck. And like you said, I would have to force myself to stop and not drag it around the city.



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Nice!!!!!!!!! i always keep at least one strap with me to
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Old 01-13-2011, 05:20 PM
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I was out at 2 am the other night heading to work and found a cop off the road and pulled over to see if he needed a tow . i must have offered atleast 5 times but he just didnt want me towing him out i guess . i would have enjoyed that one and REALLY would have had to resist not yankin him around town .
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Old 01-14-2011, 02:37 AM
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Its fun. im glad im not the only one that has fought the urge to keep on going.
Good thing I didn't get stuck up at buck creek, you would have pulled me all the way home.

Things like this are reasons I have cameras in my truck, so the offender can see himself on facebook & youtube. So far though, the only thing I have pulled around is the T bucket since it doesn't have a gas gauge, and he seems to like to run it till it runs out of fuel.

Edit: Well, I've pulled this out a few times also, even though a good push would have worked also...

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Old 01-14-2011, 03:34 AM
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For your viewing pleasure... Not quite a ricer, but you get the idea! Carnage at 1:28


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Old 01-14-2011, 03:39 AM
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Good thing I didn't get stuck up at buck creek, you would have pulled me all the way home.

Things like this are reasons I have cameras in my truck, so the offender can see himself on facebook & youtube. So far though, the only thing I have pulled around is the T bucket since it doesn't have a gas gauge, and he seems to like to run it till it runs out of fuel.

Edit: Well, I've pulled this out a few times also, even though a good push would have worked also...


Good thing that had the optional big block in her, I don't think the 12HP model would've gotten the SD out!

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Old 01-14-2011, 03:55 AM
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Good thing that had the optional big block in her, I don't think the 12HP model would've gotten the SD out!

Tim
Needs to be replaced with a little kubota or something, would be nice to have a loader & a diesel...
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