I guess I don't get it whats the big deal? He just drove through some mud people do worse then that all the time. My truck has to go into 4wd often to get me onto the job site. Heck I drive through deeper water then that a few times a year when we get heavy rains and the roads flood.
It is not that driving threw the mud is a big deal it is the fact that he is most likely hitting about 8 grand on the tach for no apparent reason. I travel to oil leases that are the same conditions and in 4 low going nice and easy trying not to spin my tires I think I do a much better job at getting threw the mud. I do not think 4x4 was ment for 8 thou LOL, maybe I am wrong.
Yeah, you always know the people who don't know how to drive through the mud, they are the ones that hit it fast... People who make it through the bad stuff, creep.... and if you can't make it, you haven't buried it either!
Ya that's some chitty looking stuff, but you never know what you're gonna get down here. I learned quick when I first started driving that things aren't always what they seem when I parked my truck on what looked like perfectly dry ground and tried to move my truck and hour later and I was sunk....dad ripped me a new one for that
Lmao.....80's chevys are meant for beating on in the mud, not 2000's IMO. If your using it for work, it's a different story,becaue yoru most likely being cautious and not careless. Now if your just going out to beat on something and get your truck muddy, hit craigslist up and get a 500 rusted out POS and go muddin. I like keeping my trucks clean, when you do that to them it makes for a long day washing it. Plus these trucks can't take a beating like a straighaxle can.(unless you have spent some money on it)