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Old 03-03-2005, 10:28 PM
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Need to put some mud on the tires

Hey guys, anyone know a field or what not that's available to go get your truck good and dirty in? I'd like do a redneck version of pimp my ride by just covering it in mud

If anyone knows a spot we should go as a group just for the fun of it.

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Old 03-04-2005, 08:40 PM
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Haha! Your back! And no you can't, your truck looks too nice to get dirty

If I can get a hold of my cousin, he knows a few small places out in Chesapeake, just up the road from his house. Most of them are farms, so it may all be private. I would also try Pungo Offroad. Give em' a call, I'm sure they know where all the good mudholes are.
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Yeah I'll have to call Pungo and ask if they know any good spots. Hey it just gives me another reason to wash it!

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know of any good spots near the reston virginia area.I know it's a ways from Chesapeak Bay, but I'm desperate. GWNF is to far, especialy w/ a V-10 and 14.5x33
super swamps.

thanks SLOTH
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know of any good spots near the reston virginia area?I know it's a ways from Chesapeak Bay, but I'm desperate. GWNF is to far, especialy w/ a V-10 and 14.5x33
super swamps.

thanks SLOTH
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know of any good spots near the reston virginia area?I know it's a ways from Chesapeak Bay, but I'm desperate. GWNF is to far, especialy w/ a V-10 and 14.5x33
super swamps.

thanks SLOTH
if you hear back on any give me a shout... I'm in Centreville and the truck feels much too prissy as clean as it is... needs some mud... mmmm.... mud.....
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2004 V-10 4x4 sc /33x14.5x16.5 M.T. Whats up Tomcat7742
Let me know if you locate anything far as trails etc...
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Forgot to ask who or what is Pongo?

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