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July 2006 Whoops! - Off Road Truck Rollover Accidents & Mud Stuck Photos

Posted in Whoops on July 1, 2006
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All in a Day's Work
I was going to work on some trails for my Jeep when the dirt gave way, causing the bobcat and me to roll into a ravine with the bucket fully extended upward. We tried pulling it out with a four-wheel-drive John Deere, but had no luck. We skipped the tow truck and went right for a dozer. The dozer pulled it out, and helped build part of my trail!
David Dockter via

While driving around in Ramadi one morning, it got a little sticky while making a U-turn. Another Humvee tried pulling us out but failed and we broke our winch at the same time. It finally took an LVS wrecker to drag us out.
Cpl. Tunnell
From the Marines of K 3/12 Marines

Nice, Billy
And to think I was just out testing the flex with my new Bilstein shocks....
Hank Van Gaale
San Luis Obispo, CA

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