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Discussion in 'Mud Motors' started by XGENDUCKMAN, May 2, 2006.
So rather than do your own R&D you asked everyone's opinions? That's engineering at it's best!
Okay, enough on this topic. I can see the direction this is going and it might get personal.
See you next month.
it just depends, that stuff grows so thick it makes a layer of roots about a foot thick. if there is a layer of water between the root layer and the bottom., u can make a trail thru it.
i see rabbits and other animals living on it all the time.
sumtimes u can run thru it on step, sumtimes it will stop ur boat dry.
when there is no water under it u ain't going nowhere fast, u have to chew ur way threw the whole time. now once u have a path thru it anybody can pass easy, it's the front boat that has to do all the work
it grows back together in a month or 2 and ur trail will be twice as hard to bust the next time.
ran through some of that nasty stuff down at Dam B.....it's some demanding terrain, to say the least
I still wanna know what the Mud Doctor means by, "top performer".
Not to be confused with Dam It.
I just got back in town and noticed that my posts on MB's reliability have been deleted. Would the moderator that deleted my posts please reply as to why they were deleted, this was my first hand personal experience with MB. I have owned two of MB's motors so I figured it was my duty to reply to the thread.
u know u can't post anything about the 'top performer' unless it's good press.
hey jj, we missed u this yr, i think the guy who bought ur rig was at mudfest. it was either ur rig or bombdude's rig, i forget.
hopfully we'll see u next yr
Joel, I had run into some troubles at the beginning of the year and was stuck working as much as I could. Hope to maybe hitch a ride with someone for next year.