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May 2007 Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on May 1, 2007
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Even the more experienced drivers have a whoops! every now and then.
Ken Hilton
Ste. Marie, MI

Bad Decision
This pic is from the 10th Annual All Breeds Jeep Show in York, Pennsylvania. I was showing off my Rusty's long-arm kit to about 800 people in the middle of their off-road course. I guess it was too steep of an angle. Whoops!
Matt Grandinetti, Ocean County, NJ

A couple of buddies and I went to the "point" in Hawaii, and were trying to figure out how to get a Dodge unstuck when we plugged my GMC in the mud. After about four hours and with the help of some curious people we got out.
Wes Peltier
United States Navy

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