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Thread: Kicking up Mud

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    I'm not going to lie.... I think that video is badass. That would probably be the only reason why I would buy a f250 harley and jack it up for offroad useage

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    Reminds me of my old 4x4 Blazer days, I had it in some pretty thick stuff. The part they don't show you in the video is having to take the brakes and differentials apart to clean all the crap out of them every time you run. That mud gets right past axle and bearing seals and will ruin everything quick! Of course, something (diff, axle, steering, transfer case/trans, engine-pick something) WILL break at some point, and then it really gets expensive!

    That's why many of those trucks are older models, the serious guys trailer them in and keep their new trucks pretty. You wouldn't want to do that to your DD or a newer F250 HD!

    Cool video-I had it on mute at first and really didn't expect a rap song after seeing those guys hehe!

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    lol, rednecks rule. looks like fun !

    I'd hate to have to fix those trucks after they bust, what a frigging mess

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    Looks like fun....... in someone else's truck.

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