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b jeepin

Adventurer
Out in Utah and got caught in a canyon durring some unexpected rain. This red clay turns to the slickest nastiest mud ever. 10miles from the nearest paved road made for a fun day using all our recovery skills/tools! Best part was the 50ft drop off the left side of the road and the hairy switchbacks!

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You’ve got to watch the desert mud. I was so surprised as I’m moved to Utah from Georgia and thought my greasy clay mud was done with.

And of coarse I’ll add my van for the thread as well
 

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Teamoatmealpie

Observer
Out in Utah and got caught in a canyon durring some unexpected rain. This red clay turns to the slickest nastiest mud ever. 10miles from the nearest paved road made for a fun day using all our recovery skills/tools! Best part was the 50ft drop off the left side of the road and the hairy switchbacks!

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How many stucks, and off camber/sloping to the downhill white knuckle sections. More pics.
 

willywalderbeast

Master of None
Way to put those Crocs to work.
Had to put the back strap on to lock them bad boys in 4x4 mode :LOL:

How many stucks, and off camber/sloping to the downhill white knuckle sections. More pics.
I slid off the trail once and winched right out. My buddy in the green van got stuck twice, but one of those times took three max track attempts to get him out. He was in the bank on the high side of the trail with a drop off on the other side. The problem wasn’t traction. It was the fact that our front tires couldn’t stare the vehicles, once you got out of the main rut it was hard to get the rigs to steer back into them.

Didn’t take too many photos as we were covered in mud haha. 776DB8AB-A99C-44BE-849C-6346B12BAFBF.jpegFCE5E773-F698-48C1-BFC9-C9FB4CD0B8E7.jpeg61DFE93C-7E92-4406-8A65-096517AAC545.jpeg
 
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