He yanked pretty hard. The surrounding area was dry mud but as soon as you started digging it was wet sticky mud underneath.
Originally Posted by FleshEater
That wasn't very deep...what tires were/are you running?
F-150's are weak and especially new ones with owners that don't want to "hurt" them.
Im running Wrangler Duratracs. It was pretty deep. Both axels were completely buried. He definately didnt want to hurt it. He was *****ing about the marks left on his truck by little twigs rubbing against it. LOL! Hes a ******* like that.
Remember in mud you usually don't have to worry about catching hard traction so no worries dumping that skinny pedal to floor. Looks like you also don't have much to run into out there so just bury your nose in your dash and watch for redlining.
ok on vacation from binghamton ny to outer banks nc. about 500 miles down on a week stay 9 miles down the beach. we came acrossed a "puddle" in the middle of the sand road. we backed up and hit it. we hydrolocked the motor and killed it about 3/4 the way threw well there was a 5.9l dodge durango there to pull us out thankfully. took 4 days to get 2 pcms shipped to nc from ny and get it running again. the jeep still runs strong and has 190 985 miles on it. got to love jeeps