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Old 03-29-2013, 03:41 AM   #21
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Yeah baby YEAH! Just what this thread needed! A tree hugger from California! LOL

Just like it needs input from an inbred from mississippi........

stereotypes suck huh....

nice vid OP, next time try to avoid crushing the saplings tho'...
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I'm less impressed...

Considering that you ran over a sapling (tree)
that should've and could've been avoided.
Looked to me, intentional
and just for the minute thrill of thrashing a little bump (hill) !?

even if this were private property...
it's still just wrong.
Make that two from California, part of going off road is to do as little damage as possible so that the resources are there for us to enjoy in the future.

Good video though, great job of covering and moving with the truck.. that sure is some nasty mud.
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