DUNER D'OH!I had been tooling around Silver Lake, Michigan, for a while and was familiar with the Big Dune and what was after it. After four attempts, we got it, cresting nicely over the top into a small inline dune on the back. We hammered down to launch off, but didn't realize until it was too late that a dune buggy with paddles had stopped and made a 3-foot-deep trench at the top. We hit, the front end went up, and then the rear tried to pass us in the air. I gave it gas to try and pull it out, to no avail. Hanging upside down in your seat belt really sucks after getting hit in the head with everything you didn't tie down.Brett FagernessKalamazoo, MIDUNER D'OH! I had been tooling around Silver Lake, Michigan, for a while and was familiar FIRST FOR EVERYTHINGThis was the first time I had been able to talk my mother-in-law into riding along on a wheeling trip. The premise: I wasn't going to do anything major. This was probably the last time she'll ever ride along too.Steven FawghtFolks Rung, VAFIRST FOR EVERYTHING This was the first time I had been able to talk my mother-in-law into GOOD TRYIt seemed like a good idea at the time....Rick Orleansvia 4wheeloffroad.comGOOD TRY It seemed like a good idea at the time.... Rick Orleans via 4wheeloffroad.com SWAMP HAWGIt was a good idea until we tried it. Broke five trucks and one 12,000-pound winch, but three days and a dozer later, my CJ-7 was out of the swamp.Shane ForbesMeguon, WIP.S. - Older, rotted CJs like the radiator outside the grille: It won't get attacked by the fan.SWAMP HAWG It was a good idea until we tried it. Broke five trucks and one 12,000-pound wi LEAD WEIGHTThirty-five-inch BFGs don't float! Imagine! Extraction involved two days, a 4x4 tractor, and a 4x4 back-hoe.Wade ShilinkerBerthoud, COLEAD WEIGHT Thirty-five-inch BFGs don't float! Imagine! Extraction involved two days, a 4x « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article By Jerrod Jones Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!