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Old 07-26-2009, 09:33 PM   #1
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Brushy Creek Off Road Park

So i went out to the local off road park to give my truck a proper testing. Hit a few mud holes and was pretty impressed with how the truck did. I ended up kooking up with 2 guys with jeeps and we did a little trail riding. I quickly figured out that my mechanical clutch is not going to cut it. I kept having to pull it up with my hand to get it to relase when i was flexed. Anyway here are a few pics. Oh and i cant Wait to get my rear locked. I would be able to do so much more with all 4 wheels pulling.












So what do yall think?
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I think its going to cost about $10.00 in quarters to get it clean!
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I think its going to cost about $10.00 in quarters to get it clean!

I wish. The wheel wells and bumpers will cost that much. Mine did and sucked.

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Haha, the last pictures are from right before it got washed. They were having a donation carwash so i dontaned 20 bucks and they washed the whole thing. Even underneath
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I've been out there a couple times. When I get that itch for a little mud, I make the trip. The creek would be fun when dry. There are a couple places that look fun to climb, but with the slippery clay we have, it's tough to get to the top. I went through the hole in your pictures in 2wd with my 10 bolts an mini spool. You'll really enjoy the blazer once the rear is locked and even more if you lock the front.
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i almost made it thru the first time but keep in mind that i am a noob to driving in the mud. That was the first time i had ever been in anything that deep. The front is already locked i am just waiting on the funds to buy a detroit(This firday) and will put it in immediatly. I did a little creek driving but my mechanical clutch isnt going to cut it. I am going to have to do a few mods before i go back but all in all i had a great time.
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