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Guest Message by DevFuse

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finally went boggin in the hatch...

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#1 Meeky Moose

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Posted 12 November 2003 - 05:14 PM

friend at work told me of a mud hole that i'd get stuck in.. well i didn't go through the BIG hole.. it looked deep.. so i opted for the small one.. which was about 4 small ones in a row and a buncha trails

and being all by myself i didn't wanna get stuck and have to walk home..

first little one was deep enough for the hatch to scrape bottom.. the next ones weren't deep, just really soft.. slung some mud for a few minutes.. drove way back into the woods and came to a creek crossing that looked slick, deep, and uninviting.. so i turned around..

all in all, the hatch slung mud great, never even flinched..

wanna go back when i can get someone else to go along in another 4x4..

funny enough i think the hatch just needed some mud.. it runs better now, and doesn't have that funny vibration.. (think i got enough mud in the wheels to balance them) the blue hatch is sittin in the driveway now brown..

gonna go to work and rub it in to that guy that said i'd get stuck, :moon:

sorry no pics, was all alone in the woods..

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