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craigs offroading "adventure". yikes.
i left the house with a friend at about 4 yesterday to go offroading, went down some pretty nice(well, bad) roads that wasnt too muddy, but still fun. once we hit a dry road, we found a trail road that looks pretty good. it was good enough that i could put it in third while going 10MPH and was throwing mud probably 20 feet into the air. well, after i got turned around(on a try spot) i hit a rut in the road, and it threw me into a feild. i was able to drive probably 10 feet in the feild before i compleatly stopped. i was stuck their for five hours, and my 'friend' just left me there for dead. he had one of his friends pick him up in his 4wheel drive chevy, and refused to pull me out. so they left while i was stuck 5 miles from the nearest house, and 10 miles from town. but before he left, i was able to get a video. haha. i was finaly pulled out at about 9:30 by my uncle.
my engine wasnt hurt, it still runs fine and dosnt have any new leeks or smoke coming out the exhaust. nothing was damaged at all, just a muddy interior and a muddy... everything els. ill just let the pictures do the talking.
and also, it was so slick that i was able to put it in first, let the clutch out and then get out of the pickup, with out it dieing, or even trying to die. and i was three feet from the road before i had to call for help