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Old 10-11-2009, 10:30 PM
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I went up north this weekend for the last time before the blazer gets put away for the winter. I didnt do a whole lot with my blazer since I have a 89 bronco to beat on. We were on some power line trail and found a good spot to get some air. So we went back and got the camera.

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http://s411.photobucket.com/albums/p...t=100_1807.flv

http://s411.photobucket.com/albums/p...t=100_1806.flv

The worst part about the whole trip was the cold. especially since the bronco doesnt have any doors. It also snowed for a few hours.
 

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Holy crap you got like 3 feet of air in the Bronco!!!!!
 
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yeah i know it was sweet
 
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Oh and curious... why do you put the blaze up in the winter?
 
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:52 PM
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well ive heard that the mud terrains will be horrible for snow and ice. Also I dont want to risk messing it up like I did last winter. http://s411.photobucket.com/albums/p...nzee/accident/
 
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That looks like a valid reason haha.
 
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Very nice vids! Sad to see your truck parked for a while..it's one of my favorites, but understandable why (looking at the pics) lol.
 
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Mud terrains are good in powder snow. They get rock hard at 5 degrees Celsius... Ice and hard packed snow they are useless. Although I do have a friend that swears they are a wicked winter tire...
 
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If at first you dont succeed... try again... lol... nice vids...
 
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nice vidsw, too bad you have to park your blazer for the winter thats my favorite time to drive mine
 

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