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River Run
River Run
Pg 2
This was the last stop for the Grizz 700 before I did my big review on it. There wasn't much water, but plenty of mud, real mud!!! Its actually better to have some water than all mud. We had a hell of time trying to get through this mud, J's machine went down fast, and the Grizz 700 struggled even with 14" of ground clearance
J's Outlander with 29.5 laws, and crutchfield shocks on his Outlander 800EFI
This is with J's Outlander 800, with Crutchfield Shocks, with 29.5 Outlaws, and there is 15" of GC up front
This is with J's Outlander 800, with Crutchfield Shocks, with 29.5 Outlaws, and there is 13 1/2" of GC in the rear
Heading to the mud
We quickly realized mud without water, was going to be a long day
2nd mudhole of the day, and J is three wheeling, and its not from the delay in the visco lok
Here is the problem, a broken front left inner cv-joint, don't think for minute 29.5 Laws are easy on the cv-joint, and J is very cautious when he rides in the mud
Steve and crew in the swamp with no water
Even with a broken cv-joing J wasn't giving up, but it was a long day. People, that think a limited slip differential will make it through this nasty mud, are mistaken. J was basically three wheeling all the way through, and had no chance
Steve said I ll pass
The picture below is what the second swamp usually looks like with water in it. This is right where you drop off the road into the Marsh Swamp. You can see me winching my way through the mud was to thick and deep