Stuck in the snow last February, thanks in part to the douche in the plow, who was also stuck.
Quote, originally posted by shortydub » Whatever happen to it getting closed? Was that ever passed or no?
yes, it was something to do with either the access or the rock itself being on private property.
Quote, originally posted by jddaigle » [David Attenborough]In the heat of the dry season, a mud bath at the watering hole is the tractors' only chance of relief.[ / David Attenborough]
Modified by jddaigle at 6:58 PM 4-19-2010
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And now for something completley different...A Scotsman on a horse.
Quote, originally posted by JPawn1 » what else would? I don't understand what you are getting at.
I guess I'm just amazed at the forces involved here.
Great pics, by the way.
Sorry for any confusion. I simply am enjoying the TCL'ers who are mixing it up in the messy stuff.
Quote, originally posted by WOT » uh, driveshafts twist all the time.
Thanks... I was unschooled in that little tidbit. I'm used to seeing them just drop on the pavement when the U joints let go.
Now I know. There is a reason I don't offroad... obviously, I'd never get back home.
Went mudding in my friend's H1 in Bulgaria. Had the street-ish tires on it so it got stuck when we didn't have enough momentum to carry us through this mud. Had to get the tractor to pull us out.
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Modified by EpicVW at 6:18 PM 4-20-2010
Quote, originally posted by Barefoot_ » So, if you can post some pictures of driving or getting stuck in a mess of earthly conditions, have at it.
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Icelandic Volcano Ash
looks like a Toyota LandCruiser Prado or a Nissan Patrol or a Toyota RAV4 1st gen
Modified by Das Borgen at 10:23 PM 4-20-2010
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Quote, originally posted by 18thHole » It's a 1G Rav-4, we've already determined this.
and considering the terribly corrosive effects of volcanic ash (airliners consider this the equivalent of microscopic shredded glass), this won't be a very long lived Rav-4.
Tends to clobber engines very quickly
Originally Posted by Harry S. Truman