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    This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    Don't try this at home!


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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    That's really surprising that the engine didn't stall from the water, but maybe it didn't get high enough. He was certainly heavy enough with all those logs.

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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    He got lucky.
    Life is a Highway. Let's share the Commute.

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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    Well I wouldn't try it at home, but I'd try it with that truck
    and weighted like that!

    One time years ago, I went on what was called a Week Long with
    my horse group at this place in the Sierras. Poured rain for DAYS
    and the adults decided to call it and drive out. The 3-4 little creeks
    we'd crossed (no bridges) on the way in were now very fast, high
    rivers. Decision made to unload horses and just walk them across.
    Several horses balked and wouldn't go, until my Dad went and got
    MY mare. She went out and right in, and of course once you can get
    one to go the rest will follow. Val's chest was puffed up with pride,
    I can tell you!
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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    Quote Originally Posted by valerie View Post
    Well I wouldn't try it at home, but I'd try it with that truck
    and weighted like that!

    One time years ago, I went on what was called a Week Long with
    my horse group at this place in the Sierras. Poured rain for DAYS
    and the adults decided to call it and drive out. The 3-4 little creeks
    we'd crossed (no bridges) on the way in were now very fast, high
    rivers. Decision made to unload horses and just walk them across.
    Several horses balked and wouldn't go, until my Dad went and got
    MY mare. She went out and right in, and of course once you can get
    one to go the rest will follow. Val's chest was puffed up with pride,
    I can tell you!
    Well, you can lead a horse to water etc. etc. etc.

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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    Quote Originally Posted by valerie View Post
    Well I wouldn't try it at home, but I'd try it with that truck
    and weighted like that!

    One time years ago, I went on what was called a Week Long with
    my horse group at this place in the Sierras. Poured rain for DAYS
    and the adults decided to call it and drive out. The 3-4 little creeks
    we'd crossed (no bridges) on the way in were now very fast, high
    rivers. Decision made to unload horses and just walk them across.
    Several horses balked and wouldn't go, until my Dad went and got
    MY mare. She went out and right in, and of course once you can get
    one to go the rest will follow. Val's chest was puffed up with pride,
    I can tell you!

    I love that story and I would have felt the same way, Val!

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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

    Look at this. Russians make the best industrial off road equipment in the world or so it is said.


    A Russian tractor driver refuses to give up after his vehicle gets stuck in a river. - YouTube

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    Re: This Truck Doesn't Need a Bridge!

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    My dad likes off-road activities and he bought most of his accessories from 4WheelOnline.

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