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June 2006 4x4 Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on June 1, 2007
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This is what happens when you let an officer drive a military vehicle.
Spc. Andrew Cox
South Victory Camp

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Let's just say a 6-inch lift with lockers front and rear, 36-inch SSRs, and lots of power upgrades still couldn't defeat deep-woods mud!
Casey Trytko

My brother took this track-hoe to get out a D-6 dozer that was stuck. Well, as you can see he never made it to the dozer and just started sinking. After breaking a 111/48-inch cable on another D-6, cutting some trees to throw under the tracks, and pumping the water out of the crank case, out she came.
Eric Hagler

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