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July 2007 4x4 Truck Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on July 1, 2007
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Brotherly Mud
This is me and my brother's $500 Cherokee that we decided to take through the mud pit at the hunting camp. After having it pulled out we fixed it then rolled it later that day.
Gains Slade, via

Right Attitude, Wrong Side
I guess I bumped it a little too hard. Oh well, after five years of wheeling it was bound to happen.
Bill Lang Jr., via 4wheeloffroad

Mail Call!
What happens when you're too lazy to walk from the driveway to the mailbox?
Name withheld, via

What do you do when you get an 85,000-pound landfill trash compactor stuck in the mud after a Florida rain storm? Does Warn make a winch that big?
Michael Holst, Citrus Springs, FL

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