Who went, what did y'all think? Was my first time out there. The only 4x4 we brought in our group broke down 3 miles BEFORE the gate. made it 170 miles and broke down 3 miles from the mud. Had to tow it home today using a u-haul trailer that was WAY Too small, truck only had 2 inches of the tires on the trailer on the sides, and the truck was centered on the trailer because the wheels where off front and back.
Glad I brought my platinum instead of my play truck, because my play truck would not have been able to tow it back.
† - Jimmy Dean - †
06 F250 FX4 Lariat, 6.0, bulletproofed, 6" +35s (DD)
02 Sport Reg Cab 2x4 4.2 V6 5 spd (parked)
82 Bronco, 513c.i., 38.5 boggers, 4.56 gears, spool/locker (broken PS pump and springs)
71 mach1, 351C (in restomod)
58 841 tractor, 172c.i. gas 4 spd
went the first 3 weekends it was open, never going back.
we had an OK time, saw about 10 people almost get ran over...... that was good for us. $40 to get in and rub shoulders isn't our thing. i've seen over 1500 pics so far, and the trucks looked pretty good, a lot of people looked like they were having fun.
we can ride 2000 acres for $5, find JUST as many spots to play in, WITH OUT all the blue and silver stupidity, not to mention not being n*t to B*tt with the rider next to you or worrying about getting hit buy a truck.
now this is from an atv rides stand point, as for truck, there isn't many places to go, so that is a central point to go.
Carolina Mud Fest is currently under development in the Greenville, SC area. West Georgia Road off of hwy 25s. It is a 40 acre complex which will have all classes from run what ya brung to Alcohol methane. I will post more updates as they come. Also you can call 770-864-1317 for information.
Thanks all !
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