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Yesterday we had a storm an got 16" of the white stuff. I was driving

around to get to my back yard and could not see where the road

was or where the ditch was and needless to say I missed the

road and drove in to the ditch. Boy did I think I was stuck.

My Suburban has 5" of lift and 33x12.50 BFG ATs and I tried to

back out and went no where so I just stood on it and I was

pushing snow up over the front bumper which is over 36" off

the ground. I was amazed but I made it 100 yards to my driveway and got out of the ditch. Man I love that truck.

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I see you have really been getting hammered.We had some, but is gone now, up to 50 today, but they say more cold & snow on the way..

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Yesterday we had a storm an got 16" of the white stuff. I was driving

around to get to my back yard and could not see where the road

was or where the ditch was and needless to say I missed the

road and drove in to the ditch. Boy did I think I was stuck.

My Suburban has 5" of lift and 33x12.50 BFG ATs and I tried to

back out and went no where so I just stood on it and I was

pushing snow up over the front bumper which is over 36" off

the ground. I was amazed but I made it 100 yards to my driveway and got out of the ditch. Man I love that truck.

We got a big snow storm last night 1" and I'm still whining about it.16" would shut down louisville for a week

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We got a big snow storm last night 1" and I'm still whining about it.16" would shut down louisville for a week

you guys think you have it bad,I had to do some work outside today.Blue sky and 80+ degrees.(LOL)

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We are only 76 degrees today. We are suppose to cool down to 67-68 Thursday our normal Dec. temp. Sure glad it has been so nice as I finished the Toyhauler suspension today.

rocmoc n AZ

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