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Well being the first day of spring I figgured that I could find some mud to test my new tires in. Well after over an hour of driving down gravel roads I was dissapointed to find nothing. So I figgured the wife and I would carry on with our day. 2 minutes away from wallyworld I seen it, I had to turn around but it was worth it, a nice flat clay/mud patch. I was really impressed with how the the tires handeled in the mud always keeping the truck in a forward motion throwing it everywhere. I even had spectators stop walking by and watch. all-n-all im very happy with my truck and plan on keeping it till its a true bush buggy.
 

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Awesome!:tu:
 

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Your gonna be cleaning the undercarriage for MONTHS. I learned this a long time ago..

Still have mud under my truck for 2 years back of rompin around and yea I cleaned it several times.
 

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Your truck is looking good, the new wheel/tire combo made a big difference.:tu:
You gave me a good idea, lets turn this into the muddy truck thread!:becky:
I might have more mud in the rocker panels, but in your defense, it rained the day I went playing. :heh:
 

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Your gonna be cleaning the undercarriage for MONTHS. I learned this a long time ago..

Still have mud under my truck for 2 years back of rompin around and yea I cleaned it several times.

Why have a truck, if your worried about mud?????;)
 

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Your truck is looking good, the new wheel/tire combo made a big difference.:tu:
You gave me a good idea, lets turn this into the muddy truck thread!:becky:
I might have more mud in the rocker panels, but in your defense, it rained the day I went playing. :heh:
Great Idea!..... Nothing special, but....

 

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Your gonna be cleaning the undercarriage for MONTHS. I learned this a long time ago..

Still have mud under my truck for 2 years back of rompin around and yea I cleaned it several times.
After wheel'n I park in the street and run the sprinkler under my truck. I move it every 45 mins or so. It does a good job of cleaning the mud. Also a great way to put a dent in a 12 pack.
 

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Ya i had fun and am dreading cleaning the undercarriage, but the sprinkler is a good idea forsure :tu:. Thanks Tundrunk I still see snow in the forcast but i dont care I wanted my wheels on :D and these tires will do just fine if it comes to it.
 

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Heck, I get muddier than that just going to the dump. The sprinkler probably won't work to good if it was clay though, just to sticky.
 

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That must be one muddy @ss road to ur dump, I couldn't find any thing like that here as its been nice out for weeks, just melting snow and sum lucky muddy spots
 

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Recently I spent an entire week with my truck in northen West Virginia moving drilling rigs. We were 12 miles from the paved road. When I got there Monday we had over 4 ft of snow at the site, temsp were warm and by the time I left on Friday we had almost no snow left. Oh did I mentioned it rained also, NOW THAT IS MUD :D
 
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