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Old 10-06-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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Clay, my oldest son is all kind of into it. He absolutely loves to play in the mud on any kind of vehicle.

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Until I moved to Florida 10 years ago I lived in VA...in the country....my house was 5 miles down a red clay dirt road that was not state maintained...so no...not any more...thank the lord.
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have a little, some years ago with 67' international scout..... but got tired of pulling out the bro-in-law when we went mudding. he even called me or wife (i had a f-150 4x4 w/winch then) when he went along & got stuck. be safe & enjoy. Poppy
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BOG OFF IN IT!!

In my teen years we used to mud ride alot, a friend of mine's family had a clay pit they robbed dirt out of fixin roads and stuff and we'd go play in there.
Red Clay + Water + 4x4's = Good Times clean up was hell though

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Never...Was either smart or too cheap. Who do you think had to work on and pay for all the broken crap. Wasn't worth it to me....and we had some of the worse areas to do it in....Mississippi Delta Gumbo. If you have never walked through it, you are missing a adventure.
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Old 10-07-2010, 01:56 AM   #6
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thats kinda a personal question ain`t it?
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Had a 92 Wrangler in college with big tires, a soft top, and no doors during the summer. If it the mud and water wasn't flowing through the floor boards then we weren't near deep enough yet. Not as much fun in my cc sierra with 2 car seats in the back these days.

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While working in Tennessee I used to hang out with a coworker who lives there. The big pass-time was to go drinking and 4 wheeling at night. Seems like they spent most of the night getting each other out of the mud. The next morning they would gather at the local resturant and judge how much fun the night was by how trashed and muddy their trucks were. It was destrucive entertainment but lot's of fun. Everybody had at least 2 trucks, one for mudding and trashing, the other for reliable transportation.
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mud bogg'n used to be a big hobby of mine. I just got flat out tired of fix'n things when they broke and always being muddy. I had an 83 long bed chevy on 44 tls. for jones' swamp and evintually got into mud racing. 83 chevy shortbed...mini bogg and flat track....Her name was sudden pleasure. Raced 5 different tracks here in the south east up to north georgia and south carolina. Was a blast then....
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Old 10-08-2010, 12:22 PM   #10
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Not unless I have to. I got that out of my system many years ago...it can certainly be an expensive endeavor. When I was in my teens and early 20's, I couldn't stay out of the mud.
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