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Old 10-24-2007, 09:34 PM
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Mud!!!!!

Just to let everyone know the mud is awesome. It is amazing what a little rain will do for your favorite trails. The mud along the SC/NC border is great. Deep and orange. Awesome. Slicker than greased owl poo. To all of you that appreciate it get out there and enjoy. Around here it wont be long and it will turn to dust again.
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Yep! Meanie got a coat of orange yesterday when i went to help a neighbor fix his fence so his cows wouldn't get out, His cheby couldn't handle it.
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Mud?... I noticed a bunch of blackish gray "Stuff" spotted all over mine. Maybe for all the on-roading? Soft asphalt? Seems a good strong water-hose usually will get most off, then............Tar/Bug remover...
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His cheby couldn't handle it.
It is funny how that works. Every time I go out to play I always see a chebbie stuck. Most every time the chebbie is running bald street tires?
I never see Fords stuck. (Then again I never see Fords with street tires in 2feet of goop.) I wonder if it is just the chebbie crowd? They think since they have a Z71 they can go anywhere. Well I have showed a few how good a 2wd ranger will do against those off-road packaged Z71's. It is sooooo much fun.
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