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May 2005 Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on May 23, 2005
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Photographers: The Readers of 4-Wheel & Off-Road

Wagoneer Woes
My buddy and I were out wheeling when we ran across this Wagoneer with 40-inch Boggers. The mud got the best of him and we ended up winching him out. He ended up with a broken tranny and transfer case. We had to roll him down through the entrance of the trail. As soon as we got him out, his buddy got his K-5 with 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrains stuck in the same hole. You think they'd learn.
Jon Chacon, Seattle, WA

Mud Stumped
This little hole just got bigger and bigger.
D. Ringus, via e-mail

Mess of the Month
Gravel Hawg
I tried to climb a gravel pile with my Scout, flipped over backwards, and slid back down on my roof. We used a winch to upright it and towed it back to camp. That night I started it up and it drove right onto the trailer.
Mark Van Dusen, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Buried
This mud sluice is at the bottom of Turkey Bay OHV Park. A little creek comes out of the tree line and people just kept running through it until it got rutted out. Going in this way is a bigger job than it looks because there is a 3-foot-tall step at the other end.
Will Uland, Hopkinsville, KY

Submission Information
Send us your wheeling foul-ups! Letters must be signed by the vehicle's owner. Due to the large volume of mail we receive, we regret that not all submissions can be used and none will be returned. Digital photos must measure no less than 1600 x 1200 pixels (or two megapixels) and be saved as a TIFF, EPS, or a maximum-quality JPEG file.

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6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048-5515

fax 323.782.2704

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