Oh my, you've been a troubled bunch this past year. We might have received some of our very best photos ever in the last several months. It seems that complete lack of forethought is ruling supreme, and we are so very proud of you! Now get back out there and get yourself as stuck as you can (after you finish reading the mag, of course). We need more Whoops photos! E-mail them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. UnderstatementThis rig was well and truly bogged on Fraser Island, QLD, Australia.Brendan Pegg, via 4wheeloffroad.comUnderstatement This rig was well and truly bogged on Fraser Island, QLD, Australia. Bren ScuttledWhat's amazing here is that we drove the truck home the next day after a whole bunch of fluid changes.Thomas Weeth, via 4wheeloffroad.comScuttled What's amazing here is that we drove the truck home the next day after a whole b Bring a Truck!This is what happens when you try and act like the big boys.Michael Trupka & Austin Linder, Moorhead, NVBring a Truck! This is what happens when you try and act like the big boys. Michael Trup Pull PointsHere's a pic of my '78 F-150. This is what happens when 3,000 pounds of truck meets more than 3 feet of mud and water. And then an F-250 snatches your front clip half off.Dusty Duvall, via 4wheeloffroad.comPull Points Here's a pic of my '78 F-150. This is what happens when 3,000 pounds of truck Big ProblemsWe strayed off the roadway a little too far. An hour and a half later with the help of an extra 637E and a D6R, we were back to work.Anonymous, via 4wheeloffroad.comBig Problems We strayed off the roadway a little too far. An hour and a half later with t Another VictimThe Gov-Bomb strikes again! This is what happens when you run 35-inch tires with a GM 10-bolt that has a Gov-Loc. Kaboom! This is the aftermath of the diff breaking in my K5.Sunny C., Canoga Park, CAAnother Victim The Gov-Bomb strikes again! This is what happens when you run 35-inch tire DivingA buddy and I were sliding around the water hole at Silver Lake Sand Dunes in his 2WD Chevy when he decided to detour into the middle of the hole. He got stuck in some ruts and spun himself deeper, until the carb took in water and killed the motor. That gave us a chance to talk to him and ask why it wasn't 4WD again (ha ha). An FJ40 attempted a pull, a Hummer tried as well, but it was a week-old stock V-10 Super Duty that was able to free him up. After a complete flushing, the Chevy still lives to this day.Edward Knight, via 4wheeloffroad.com ShowoffI had a little incident on Carnage Canyon. We took the wrong line coming down Fireman's Hill and rested it on the nose. We actually started to go over, smacked the tree (denting the roof), and came to balance as you see it sitting here. No trick photography, either. Quite a ride, I must say!Jeff Clemons, Cheyenne, WYShowoff I had a little incident on Carnage Canyon. We took the wrong line coming down Fir Buggered S-10A buddy and I were out wheelin' at a local creek when we found this innocent-looking mud hole. I gave it a shot, but as you can tell, looks can be deceiving. There was no bottom to this hole that we could find.Jacob Clawson, Royse City, TXBuggered S-10 A buddy and I were out wheelin' at a local creek when we found this innocen SubmersibleThis is what happens when you don't block your wheels when parked on a hill beside a lake. It took one winch, a 3-ton chain hoist, a little bit of elbow grease, and two hours to get it out. I had her running two days later.Mark Stuart, Nanaimo B.C., CanadaSubmersible This is what happens when you don't block your wheels when parked on a hill b Scrap metalHere's what's left of my '68 Jeep Gladiator after a fun day (well, almost fun) in the Oregon dunes. Got a little too close to the edge. Buick 350, TH400, NP203 Dana 44 front, 70 rear, 4.10s, 16 inches of lift, TSL 44-18.5-15s. Anything I would change? Yeah, the cab.Brian Coolidge, Coos Bay, ORScrap metal Here's what's left of my '68 Jeep Gladiator after a fun day (well, almost fun Jacked-Up TimberjackJust another day logging a swamp in Lily, Wisconsin. Those are 5 1/2-foot-tall, 30-inch-wide tires that are buried. It wasn't bad until we hit some ruts. Five broken chains and six hours later, we were back to gettin' 'er done.Tim Spencer, Lily, WIJacked-Up Timberjack Just another day logging a swamp in Lily, Wisconsin. Those are 5 1/2 One Less TrarSome friends and I were out climbing some pits when, to my surprise, the other side of the pit had been dug out. Didn't see it...never had time to stop. Straight down I went and slammed her on her roof. There was a little damage but I managed to pry the roof up enough to drive her home.Richie Moore, via 4wheeloffroad.comOne Less Trar Some friends and I were out climbing some pits when, to my surprise, the ot 1 | 2 | » | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!