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Unread 07-10-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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So I have been following Scotty's battery break in period with an evening drive each night through the neighborhood. Last night I got a little bored so I took it off road and started climbing the drainage pond's banks. The beast pulled the hills like a champ until I got to the low side of the pond and hit a sink hole . I got my truck and the wife (Not happy) and some straps. We live on sandy soil and I buried the truck.. I called AAA and when they arrived informed me they only covered 10' off the road. He asked me to bring him where it was and his comment was "Nice"... Anyway, he did a side pull with the winch so he didn't get stuck and I drove the truck. His helper drove the cart and came up the hill with the front tires 6" off the ground. He got to the top of hill and said, with a big smile, your sick! All in all a fun night, depending who you talk to.
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Unread 07-10-2014, 11:36 AM   #2
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Looks like my kind of fun. Next mod..... a winch!!
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Unread 07-10-2014, 11:42 AM   #3
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oops .... most of us have been there
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Unread 07-10-2014, 01:14 PM   #4
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Looks like fun ...... now lets hear your wife's side of the story
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Unread 07-10-2014, 01:33 PM   #5
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Wasn't bad till I had to hose her down outside after we got home. (You know the black smelly mud that sticks to everything). She drove it home and I guess the flares aren't quite wide enough. Good thing I did the cart first, when that stuff dry's forget about getting off
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Unread 07-10-2014, 03:29 PM   #6
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Next mod..... a winch!!
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Unread 07-10-2014, 04:31 PM   #7
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Hey I just saw this posting on your wife's face book ()

"Well, against my better judgment, I finally gave in and allowed my husband to buy golf cart. I thought that would keep him happy and out of my hair. It was bad enough he spent a lot of money on tires and wheels, lift kits, and God knows what else for that silly cart.
At least this get him out of trouble until yesterday.
He drove it in a mud hole and came home to get me to help them get out. Then he got our pickup truck stuck in the mud.
He would still be out there if I hadn't told him to call AAA

Anyway the 2 tow truck drivers and my husband looked like they were having a great time little kids playing in the mud.
Once it was out I had to drive it home - stupid thing was throwing mud all over itself and me! I hope the neighbors didn't see me.... What a mess but, nothing compared to the mess in the drive when he washed off I swear.

Now he says we need to buy a winch... what on earth for I say - stay on the street... husbands are like children"
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Unread 07-10-2014, 05:08 PM   #8
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Hey I just saw this posting on your wife's face book ()

"Well, against my better judgment, I finally gave in and allowed my husband to buy golf cart. I thought that would keep him happy and out of my hair. It was bad enough he spent a lot of money on tires and wheels, lift kits, and God knows what else for that silly cart.
At least this get him out of trouble until yesterday.
He drove it in a mud hole and came home to get me to help them get out. Then he got our pickup truck stuck in the mud.
He would still be out there if I hadn't told him to call AAA

Anyway the 2 tow truck drivers and my husband looked like they were having a great time little kids playing in the mud.
Once it was out I had to drive it home - stupid thing was throwing mud all over itself and me! I hope the neighbors didn't see me.... What a mess but, nothing compared to the mess in the drive when he washed off I swear.

Now he says we need to buy a winch... what on earth for I say - stay on the street... husbands are like children"
That's classic!!

I think deep down she enjoyed it too.
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Unread 07-10-2014, 06:42 PM   #9
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Hey I just saw this posting on your wife's face book ()

"Well, against my better judgment, I finally gave in and allowed my husband to buy golf cart. I thought that would keep him happy and out of my hair. It was bad enough he spent a lot of money on tires and wheels, lift kits, and God knows what else for that silly cart.
At least this get him out of trouble until yesterday.
He drove it in a mud hole and came home to get me to help them get out. Then he got our pickup truck stuck in the mud.
He would still be out there if I hadn't told him to call AAA

Anyway the 2 tow truck drivers and my husband looked like they were having a great time little kids playing in the mud.
Once it was out I had to drive it home - stupid thing was throwing mud all over itself and me! I hope the neighbors didn't see me.... What a mess but, nothing compared to the mess in the drive when he washed off I swear.

Now he says we need to buy a winch... what on earth for I say - stay on the street... husbands are like children"
lol
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Unread 07-10-2014, 08:14 PM   #10
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BTW. Wife just read your post. Lhao :)
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