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Old 01-09-2005, 04:19 PM   #1
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Shead a tear for my Stang.

She's been stuck in the mud for the past two weeks now. If I only had a trac-lok differential, I could move it right now.
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did you try a few pieces of plywood?
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I know this one guy who used his floor mats to put in front of his tires and that worked really well (it was out of snow though)
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how did it get stuck? btw, my stang is nice and clean under my cover.....
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did you try a few pieces of plywood?
Threw it.

My dad's already pitched a ***** because I've left ruts in the yard. I just got done trying again so I rolled it foward so hopefully it'll dry out sometime this week.
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yeah try plywood or if you have a friend with like a wench..or just call up a tow truck or something im sure they can get you out
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how did it get stuck? btw, my stang is nice and clean under my cover.....
It's been raining for the past few weeks. Today and yesterday was actually sunny outside. Last Thursday it was sitting in standing water.

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yeah try plywood or if you have a friend with like a wench..or just call up a tow truck or something im sure they can get you out
Would have been more of a priority if I didn't have another car to drive.

By the way, the Tempo made it out of thicker mud. Damn FWD, with all the weight on the front tires.
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HAHAH sorry dom, ur gettin all our flood waters. today was sunny thank god, but all week its rained or snowed
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HAHAH sorry dom, ur gettin all our flood waters. today was sunny thank god, but all week its rained or snowed
I am begging for some 28* temps again so the mud will freeze and I can just floor it and get her out of there!
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best thing i put it on my life anny wood 2 1/2 ft in length and roofing shingles.. i take any time i go muddin....
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Here's the funny part, driver side, dry ground. Passenger side, mud. Guess where the the tire is trying to turn?
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i know my car will spin the drivers side in reverse
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Get behind your car and your dad in the driver seat and tell him to give it a little gas and just push the thing out...easy to do with a Mustang, done it several times with my car. Thought I was gonna have to do it Chattanooga after taking pics because of my parking spot...
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Sorry to hear about your stang! Hopefully you get it out soon!

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