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ok so went on the ride today. very happy with the torque. the pioneer can definitely handle an aggressive 28 maybe a 29 in the thick stuff would be pushing it. it turned the 27 black rocks like they were a stock tire in all lock. the black rocks pulled nicely but more of an all terrain tire. as far as my dads big red that passed me in a hole on stock bighorns lol.
 

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Haha! Your dad let you live that down yet
? Hey I like your net storage idea. I need to remember that.
 

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I pulled him out afterwards. it was just a slushy hole and I was first to break ground. I had 2 throw blankets in a trash bag in the netting for the girls if they got cold
 

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internet was messing up last night heres some more pics. I haven't gotten all the other pics yet from others that was riding
Tire Vehicle Plant Water Hood

Tire Hood Wheel Automotive tire Automotive lighting

Tire Wheel Automotive tire Vehicle Tread
 

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That sure is some thick mud that you are driving through. Good thing the Pioneer is more than capable. Are these pictures recent? Its crazy how much warmer it is in Louisiana than up here in Canada. Was the ride just for fun or were you headed somewhere in particular?
 

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The kids love that mud ride'n don't they!
 

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The cooler stayed surprisingly clean
 

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this was yesterday zeus. it was 45 in the morning and got to 65 around noon. the pic where im not in the mud was around 4 pm yesterday. we just rode around testing the tires and torque. letting the kids get there fill.
 

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I will be getting some more aggressive tires soon. as far as the blackrocks they did great in thin mud and sand but when it got thick they just spun over.
 
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