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Old 09-07-2008, 03:57 PM
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Me muddin

Kinda short and lame, but its a 6500LB truck mudding nonetheless
YouTube - F350 Mudding.
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Old 09-07-2008, 03:59 PM
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Where is the mud?
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uuu yeah.................. didn't like seeing the flag already where it was (since this thread said mud) and then saw that you actually going into mud with it on... and not only just getting mud on it... it came off the truck

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Old 09-08-2008, 02:05 PM
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Where is the mud?

hey, i said it was lame.... first time ever.

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uuu yeah.................. didn't like seeing the flag already where it was (since this thread said mud) and then saw that you actually going into mud with it on... and not only just getting mud on it... it came off the truck

First time ever, so i didnt know what to expect. i even had my windows open....

I pulled my flag up and cleaned it off. I know the proper thing to do is to burn it, but its too expensive.

next time, flag comes off, and 2WD goes on!
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:35 PM
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you never burn a flag you bury the flag and well I guess you just gon't get it.... the American flag is not even supposed to touch the ground.... let alone have mud all over it but maybe it is just me Maybe cause it is because I was in the Marines and went to Iraq twice and I know what that flag means to me
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you never burn a flag you bury the flag and well I guess you just gon't get it.... the American flag is not even supposed to touch the ground.... let alone have mud all over it but maybe it is just me Maybe cause it is because I was in the Marines and went to Iraq twice and I know what that flag means to me
NO, It's not just you, I did not serve and still have the utmost respect for our flag.
DO NOT let it touch the ground, There is pride in this that should or will be installed in all americans. After the poor guy gets beat down in this thread he will from now on understand the importance and symbolize that fell in that mudd whole. I am sure a MM will come on here and explain in a nice way How many men have died for our Flag and just because you made a cool flag holder for your truck, It would be totally awesome to fly it and mud at the same time.

But thanks for sharing you video, And good luck with the rest of the posts
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:52 PM
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side note a obs f350 cc/lb weighs 9,600 almost 4 1/2 tons!
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Relax, He didnt mean anything by it. He was just showing the Flag off. It was a mistake,

Leave him alone now
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Old 09-10-2008, 01:55 PM
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Relax, He didnt mean anything by it. He was just showing the Flag off. It was a mistake,

Leave him alone now
I didnt plan on going through the mud that day. it was peer pressure. Even if i wanted to i couldnt take it off. i didnt have a pipe wrench with me.

And im a boscout, and the practice i learned, was to burn it. (i was also told that the boyscouts, was the only group besides the military thats allowed to burn flags)

So excuse my ignorance. Maybe i shouldnt even have a flag.
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side note a obs f350 cc/lb weighs 9,600 almost 4 1/2 tons!
i heard it was like 6000!
Wow, okay!
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