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    Post Jeep Wrangler and GMC Sierra -- big washout on Grapevine Canyon trail 12/20!

    Check out these two videos of my buddy in his 2017 Jeep Wrangler and me in my 2004 GMC Sierra! Watch the Wrangler first to see the washout...


    Wrangler:

    https://www.facebook.com/kj.ok.9/vid...1073563185063/



    Sierra:

    https://www.facebook.com/kj.ok.9/vid...1073567440063/
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    Cameraman sucked in the first video and missed the Jeep crawling out. 2 demerits for the cameraman 2 attaboy's for the Jeep.

    Big Truck making it. 2 attaboy's.

    I wish people would take more pictures and video's in landscape (holding the phone sideways) where you can see more instead of portrait.
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    +1 on Admiral ‘s comments but I enjoyed them anyway. That’s one place I haven’t been.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweaker View Post
    +1 on Admiral ‘s comments but I enjoyed them anyway. That’s one place I haven’t been.
    Oh, I still enjoyed them. That's some scary stuff for sure.
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