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January 2007 Whoops! - Off-Road Trucks

Posted in Whoops on January 1, 2007
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My old '96 Chevy Tahoe had a 9-inch lift with 36-inch Parnelli Joneses and Weld Evo Cheyennes. Too bad you can't see them 'cause they're covered in clay. This is the last time I let my buddies talk me into this. It took two winches to pull me out.
Mike Harris, via

This is a Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV). We got stuck out on a field prop near Camp Casey, Korea.
Spc. Dariek Dehn, U.S. Armyvia

My dad and I were going to the back side of our place to go shooting when he said, "I smell gas."I replied, "We'll take a look at it when we get back to the house."
Moral of the story: Always listen to Dad.
Toby Roderick
Ignacio, CO

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