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Whoops!, 4-Wheel & Off-Road
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048-5515
We were most of the way through a new trail when the back end of the Bronco hit hard on a rock. My wife and daughter said they smelled gas. I was sure it wasn't leaking. When I got out to look I saw my fuel tank lying in the trail behind us. This is the same Gas Tank Alley that you drove up on Ultimate Adventure 2006.
Yancy Shupe, Spring Creek, NV
I was driving down an old section line road when I broke through the ice in my '65 International Harvester. I haven't found a bottom to this black ash tree swamp yet, and I may need help getting this old 1-ton out soon.
I learned that just because the mud in a dried-up pond looks dry does not mean it really is. My truck has 3 inches of lift and 33-inch Maxxis Buckshot Mudders, but it looks like a lowrider touching the ground.