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May 2006 Whoops! - Off Road Truck Accident & Stuck Photos

Posted in Whoops on May 1, 2006
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Forgot the Four-Wheel
This is what happens when a bunch of young Canadians go camping. Eight kilometers up the mountain we found a nice mudhole and--surprise, surprise--we got stuck. A broken jack, a snapped come-along, and several blocks of wood later we eventually got it out. Maybe next time we won't try to mud a stock two-wheel-drive F-150.
Holly Dolanz
Creston, B.C., Canada

The one time my wife listened to me I was telling her to keep driving through this 5-foot-tall grass, not knowing what was on the other side. My YJ wouldn't pull itself out and neither could a 2500 Suburban, so an off-road towing company pulled me out. That was cheap.
Dan Smoot
Richmond, VA

Soda Can
Here are some pics of my Baja Toy. I was prerunning up a muddy hill when I lost traction, rolled about four times, and finally acknowledged it about five minutes later.
Oscar Chavez
San Diego, CA

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