Who was it? Tremor on Matt's offroad recovery

What I would like to know it how much time passed before they asked for help. I used to struggle with that (may still from time to time) out of pride and ego.

As I get older I suffer from that less. lol
 
It's a Tremor, not an M1A2.
 
It was likely the weight of the 6.7 that resulted in it being stuck.

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No idea who the owner is. But my cousin is the one driving it and taking the strap off. Don't know why he was there. My guess is all the years we hunted the Panguitch area he had a pretty good idea where to find the struck truck. To say he knows the area like the back of his hand would be an understatement.
 
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I don’t do mud. Period. I’m over it. You can get anything stuck in it, it’s a nightmare to work in and around, the cleanup is awful, and it’s not particularly exciting terrain. I just go around or turn around.

My side by side, dirt bike, and 200 series don’t touch that stuff, and my tremor won’t either. Taking anything that heavy in that garbage is asking for trouble.
 
Yeah, mud is a great equalizer. I got in some fresh goose poo in
SE UT in Oct. I had forgotten my ARB compressor so I couldn't air down. I went 200 yds and it was sketchy as hell on a slight downhill. I came to my senses and realized it might be beyond sketchy coming back up so I turned around. Life is about making good decisions.
 
I don’t do mud. Period. I’m over it. You can get anything stuck in it, it’s a nightmare to work in and around, the cleanup is awful, and it’s not particularly exciting terrain. I just go around or turn around.

My side by side, dirt bike, and 200 series don’t touch that stuff, and my tremor won’t either. Taking anything that heavy in that garbage is asking for trouble.
Same here. Mud = damage I don’t need to deal with.
 
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