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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-09-2001, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Port Aransas Pics

Sorry it took so long to get the pics on here. LOTS of technical difficulty.

This is a picture of the Bronco stuck in some soft stuff.


The tracks that the Bronco left.


This is a pic of the Bronco just about to do a doughnut.


This is the truck that had to pull the Bronco out. It was an 85/86 F-150 with a 300 I6 & I believe a 4 speed on the floor.

That bike was ridden also but just by the owner.

Here is the stuck jeep.

The Bronco recieved the pulling honors and it broke the strap so we had to use a chain and just put the pull into it. Had to pull at an angle and on the second try the Bronco just pulled it out.

This is a pic of the Bronco all clean with the trailer behind it while we were trying to replace the hub at an AutoZone.


It was a fun weekend and I hope ya'll enjoy the pics.



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My bro posted the pics for me, thank you, enjoy them...

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looks like fun, but you need some mud terrains to help cover up that pretty paint job!


Your Toy is loaded huh? Does it have Power Engine?

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Yeah that would be great, and I considered getting some~$105 for 32/11.5/15, but my dad said they were dangerous so I could not get them. The reason they are dangerous is because when it rains they hydroplain too much, I still think that would be fun.

I just revisted Port A with my parents in my dads truck, and looked at the ruts, they are definately still there, I could step in the front left and back right and lose my leg below my knee!

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