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Thread: Texas Mudding

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    I'm not sure if this is the right place so if it's not please move it.
    Ok. I will soon be adding a 2" lift with 31" tires on my 2WD C1500. Anyone know any places in the DFW area to go mudding in a 2WD?

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    Off of 360 near the river used to be a good place to go, dont see many people back in there anymore though, they had a little trouble with stolen vehicles being dumped and stuck vehicles being stripped.
    At Trophy club (hwy 114 near Roanoke) there was an off-road park, Marshal Creek, dont know if its still open, I havent been up there for about 5 years, but it was one big mud hole lots of places to get stuck.
    Theres also Barnwell mountain and Bridgeport which are off-road parks, but either one is a little bit of a drive and you have to have your Texas OHV sticker to enter the parks.
    With all this road construction going on theres lots of little fields to get stuck in around the area.
    Heck if ya it 820 right after a storm its a big mud hole that almost requires a 4wd to get out of.

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    Remember momentum is your best friend when mudding in 2wd
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChromeSilver02 View Post
    Remember momentum is your best friend when mudding in 2wd

    words I live by
    2000 Chevrolet Silverado

    Powertrain:
    4.3L V6, 4L60E, 2WD, Single Cab
    Performance:
    Airaid CAI
    Poweraid TB Spacer
    Flowmaster 10-series exhaust (dumped)
    BLACKBEAR TUNED!!!
    Edge CS insight monitor
    4.10 gears
    Limited-slip differential
    LS-1 Dual Electric fans
    Corvette tranny servo swap

    Audio:
    Head Unit: Alpine
    Speakers: Alpine SPR-60C 6.5" component set, 4X6 Infinity Kappas
    Subs: 2-12" Kicker CVT's
    Amps: Alpine-M1000 (subs), Alpine MRX-F65 (Speakers)


    Tires/Wheels:
    305/70R16 NITTO Terra Grapplers
    16" PROCOMP 7089's
    Suspension:
    2" leveling kit
    3" Fabtech Spindle Lift Kit
    Front/Rear-Bilstein 5100 shocks

    Lighting:
    FRONT
    35W HID Low Beams
    RECON LED smoked roof cab lights
    REAR
    HELLA LED taillights and 3rd brakelight
    HELLA FF-75 Aux. Reverse Lamps
    RIGID dually D2, flush mount, wide beam
    Accessories:
    Hawk HPS Brake pads
    Russell braided steel brake lines
    Powerstop-red powdercoated brake calipers
    Powerslot Cryo brake rotors
    EGR in-channel window visors

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbplus10 View Post
    Off of 360 near the river used to be a good place to go, dont see many people back in there anymore though, they had a little trouble with stolen vehicles being dumped and stuck vehicles being stripped.
    At Trophy club (hwy 114 near Roanoke) there was an off-road park, Marshal Creek, dont know if its still open, I havent been up there for about 5 years, but it was one big mud hole lots of places to get stuck.
    Theres also Barnwell mountain and Bridgeport which are off-road parks, but either one is a little bit of a drive and you have to have your Texas OHV sticker to enter the parks.
    With all this road construction going on theres lots of little fields to get stuck in around the area.
    Heck if ya it 820 right after a storm its a big mud hole that almost requires a 4wd to get out of.
    I've heard of these. Most are too far away, or no longer allow fullsize trucks only ATVs

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiecab2000 View Post
    words I live by
    LOL! I thought that too till I hit about a 4 foot deep water logged trench in my 97 at about 35MPH. Just about went through the windshield and stood the truck up on its side. I could roll down the window and just step right on out . I wonder if I still have that video.



    If at first you don't succeed, chances are, you are using too small of a cheater bar

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    Future:
    Bigger Amp Alternator | Electric Fans | Oil/Trans Fluid cooler | Re-done exhaust | Paint | Interior Restoration/upgrade with newer model stuff | Window Visors (In channel) | Tint | Low-Profile Tool Box | LEDs throughout stock cab locations | And whatever is spurr of the moment
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    Quote Originally Posted by rileyjr16 View Post
    LOL! I thought that too till I hit about a 4 foot deep water logged trench in my 97 at about 35MPH. Just about went through the windshield and stood the truck up on its side. I could roll down the window and just step right on out . I wonder if I still have that video.
    i gotta see that video! better post that up man
    2000 Chevrolet Silverado

    Powertrain:
    4.3L V6, 4L60E, 2WD, Single Cab
    Performance:
    Airaid CAI
    Poweraid TB Spacer
    Flowmaster 10-series exhaust (dumped)
    BLACKBEAR TUNED!!!
    Edge CS insight monitor
    4.10 gears
    Limited-slip differential
    LS-1 Dual Electric fans
    Corvette tranny servo swap

    Audio:
    Head Unit: Alpine
    Speakers: Alpine SPR-60C 6.5" component set, 4X6 Infinity Kappas
    Subs: 2-12" Kicker CVT's
    Amps: Alpine-M1000 (subs), Alpine MRX-F65 (Speakers)


    Tires/Wheels:
    305/70R16 NITTO Terra Grapplers
    16" PROCOMP 7089's
    Suspension:
    2" leveling kit
    3" Fabtech Spindle Lift Kit
    Front/Rear-Bilstein 5100 shocks

    Lighting:
    FRONT
    35W HID Low Beams
    RECON LED smoked roof cab lights
    REAR
    HELLA LED taillights and 3rd brakelight
    HELLA FF-75 Aux. Reverse Lamps
    RIGID dually D2, flush mount, wide beam
    Accessories:
    Hawk HPS Brake pads
    Russell braided steel brake lines
    Powerstop-red powdercoated brake calipers
    Powerslot Cryo brake rotors
    EGR in-channel window visors

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggiecab2000 View Post
    i gotta see that video! better post that up man
    Lol I'll see if my buddy still has it. May have to DIG with a excavator just to find it lol.



    If at first you don't succeed, chances are, you are using too small of a cheater bar

    Current:
    1999 GMC Sierra SLT Z71 | 5.3 Vortec | Spectre Cold Air Intake | TransDapt TBS | Hypertech 30005 Tune | 2005 Chevy Tails | Denali headlights | AWS Bug Shield | 265/75/16 Mastercraft Courser A/T | "Ghetto" painted tailgate | Boss HD Speakers | 2005 Overhead Console | Dual Thrush Turbo Mufflers
    Future:
    Bigger Amp Alternator | Electric Fans | Oil/Trans Fluid cooler | Re-done exhaust | Paint | Interior Restoration/upgrade with newer model stuff | Window Visors (In channel) | Tint | Low-Profile Tool Box | LEDs throughout stock cab locations | And whatever is spurr of the moment
    US Navy Sailor :sign0011:

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