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Old 01-02-2006, 11:21 PM
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Looks like you should start off with a mini-shovel then water then some armor all. Looks like you had some fun though.
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Old 01-03-2006, 11:56 AM
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Ewwww. Looks like a messy job. But Looks like you had lots of fun. Next time, I'd put a soft top or at least some temporary heavy plastic tarp over the roll bar and rear window. Where'd you go muddin?
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We went to the river off I-40 and eastern ave here in okc, its the only place we have left around here!! it was funny watching him get covered in mud, the guy in that dodge put it in 2wd and powerbraked, flinging mud all over carl and the zook, great stuff!!! he got bigger tires tonight so he shouldnt get stuck in that hole again!!! if you look real close at the first pic you can see my pathfinder in the background...lol.......i cant wait to get the 'ol F-250 up and running to go play in the mud too.....the pathy is fun, but it dont have enough tire.....
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I think I know where that's at? We see quads and smaller 4wd vehicles out there sometime when we're driving through OKC to get to Moore to visit the in-laws. Isn't that near that river where all the improvements and beautifying treatments were done. (ie stocking with fish, etc.) Man, that looks like fun. I'd be tempted to take the wifes Passport out there next time we come down to see Roger. But it's only 2wd. Is that slop thin enough for 2wd suvs?
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if you took a 2wd down in to that part you wouldnt get back out....the hills are too steep with loose dirt for a 2wd to get up, im sure its possible, but i wouldnt try!! let me know if your gonna be around there some saturday, we will take you for a ride..
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if you took a 2wd down in to that part you wouldnt get back out....the hills are too steep with loose dirt for a 2wd to get up, im sure its possible, but i wouldnt try!! let me know if your gonna be around there some saturday, we will take you for a ride..
That sounds like a challenge to me. I have not seen these hills, but a 2wd can do some crazy things.

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I watched a 2wd Cherokee go all through Chandler park, I was amazed to tell you the truth. He even went up an embankment that looked about 50* up, his lifted 2wd barely cleared the beginning of the hill it was so steep.
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can you drive on the arkansas river?
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The black river that goes over it.. yea
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if you took a 2wd down in to that part you wouldnt get back out....the hills are too steep with loose dirt for a 2wd to get up, im sure its possible, but i wouldnt try!! let me know if your gonna be around there some saturday, we will take you for a ride..

If yer serious, I'll take you up on that offer. My only request is if the ride is in the Zook, that the softtop be up so I don't get clumps of mud flung at the back of my noggin. lol. j/k. I would like to go though. That one pic of the Zook and dodge doesn't look too daunting for a 2wd? Got more pics to share?
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here are pics of him in the hole the dodge pulled him out of....i got the pathy stuck in that hole 3 out of 3 times!!! its pretty sloppy.....
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y72...stuckzook4.jpg
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this is where i got the zook stuck, cause the front hubs didnt lock up.....later we both drove thru it with no problem....
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y72...oader/zook.jpg

I still have weeds and crap hanging from under the pathy!!!
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http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y72...kaftermath.jpg

Here are some EXTR3ME action shots....lol.....
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y72...mbinghill4.jpg
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hooked up and ready to leave......
http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y72...thyandzook.jpg

Now that carl put bigger tires on the zook im ready to get the Ford running again and do some REAL OffRoading!!!!
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I hope that this isn't the steep hills you mentioned. Looks fun though.

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OOOooooo. Nice. I love to see muddy shots. Okay, after seeing those, I doubt my wifes Passport could make it thru the muck unless I hit it really really fast. (Which wouldn't be safe.) But the not so deep mud would be tempting. And those dirt hills look easy enough for a 2wd. I'm gonna have to hit you guys up next time we come to OKC for a few days.
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