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This mud is getting the best of me.
Well i was playing in the mud again today and had to winch out twice.
It seems the more i drive thru it the worse it gets.
Now the ruts are deep and i keep getting high centered.
Thinking of laying down brush on top of the mud as i figured out i can stay on top of the brush.
Any suggestions as to how to deal with this deep black mud?
A set of tracks might do it but the brush would be the cheapest.Good idea.Don't feel bad,I get stuck on a regular bases.It could be my aggressive driving habits.
If you are driving in that kind of mud all the time you would not believe what a difference tracks would make.
Anyone have pics in soft mud (not water) with tracks?
Will tracks keep me on top of the mud?
Argo 6x6 with Adair tracks in VERY BAD pudding mud at river run atv park - YouTube
I would beleive that tim's Adair tracks are the pinicale of tracks for mud... and generaly the best all around. The only place a rubber track may beat it is on hard hard rocks... there a a BUNCH of track types and styles. But if you start watching you tube videos, that will become apparent. good luck!
Last edited by mudbug3; 04-19-2012 at 08:08 PM.
Last edited by mudbug3; 04-18-2012 at 12:44 AM.
Great videos guys...thanks
I guess tracks are the answer...they still sink into it but at least keep you moving.
The mud im in leaves a profile of the underside of the tub after i winch out.
Not sure if tracks would fit on your Bazoo,and if they did,Im not sure you have strong enough axles and chains.Just try a different path and see if you can refill those ruts the same way .
In the Bazooo brochure it lists tracks as optional but my tires are really close to the tub and i dont think tracks would fit.
What is the required clearance for tracks? I have lots of space on the inside of the tires to the tub.