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Old 12/02/11, 11:15 AM   #16
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Old 12/02/11, 11:25 AM   #17
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This was the first time I ever got stuck going down hill!!!! Found a rock under the rear pumpkin!



Got to teach my daughter how a winch works.....



Tried to do a quick run to Tower Mtn..... turned into full throttle snow bashing attempts....





I wish the story here was me pulling the Toyota up the hill, but he was un-sticking me backwards....


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Old 12/02/11, 11:40 AM   #18
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Do you not need a tree saver when using synthetic line? Looks like fun!
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Old 12/02/11, 11:47 AM   #19
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Do you not need a tree saver when using synthetic line? Looks like fun!
I knew someone was going to say something ..... the synthetic rope had a sheathing on it and it was a very LIGHT pull so I did not use my tree saver and the spotted owl on the other side of the tree was cushion... but seriously Jenna could have pushed me off the rock.....

And it's always fun with low traction!

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Old 12/02/11, 11:59 AM   #20
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I saw the sheath, thats kinda why i figured it was ok. Not busting balls, just curious! What brand line do you use?
Speckled brown trout make good cushioning too!

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Old 12/02/11, 12:11 PM   #21
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i think it will be a little while before we can post any snow pics or more than likely ice pics great pics so far

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Old 12/02/11, 12:18 PM   #22
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I saw the sheath, thats kinda why i figured it was ok. Not busting balls, just curious! What brand line do you use?
Speckled brown trout make good cushioning too!

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HAHA.... true dat! We did a group buy on the synthetic rope years back on Pirate4x4 with MasterPull.....

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Old 12/02/11, 01:24 PM   #23
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Wyoming snow bashing

Here are some pics of my Bronco last spring, near Albany, WY.
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1966 Bronco. 289 with Ford 5.0 MAF fuel injection, Cage 3.5" lift w/long arms, 2" body lift, NV4500, 4.56 ARB front D44 & Detroit Locker 9" rear, 35" MTR w/Kevlar, hydroboost brakes and 4 wheel disks. York OBA. Saab heated leather seats!
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Here are some pics of my Bronco last spring, near Albany, WY.
Those are gorgeous pictures!!! A true winter wonderland!

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Old 12/03/11, 12:04 PM   #25
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Here are some pics of my Bronco last spring, near Albany, WY.
That poor Bronco looks cold.

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This is from our first run of the season a couple weeks ago.














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Old 12/04/11, 09:44 AM   #27
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Awesome pics guys, I'd better hurry up and get mine on the road! Although most our snow it's hard to get good deep snow pics! Damn wet snow!


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Old 12/04/11, 05:02 PM   #28
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Wow great pics by "nobody" definitely calender photos in my opinion...
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Old 12/04/11, 05:11 PM   #29
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Awesome snow wheeling pictures and videos. Definitely jealous. COOL!!!
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love this pic with the snow falling! its my new background now.
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If women cant find you handsom they should at least find you handy!
Gota love the snowball effect...Thats broncoing for ya!
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