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#3174939 - 12/01/18 09:45 PM I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today.......
KC Coyote Hunter Offline
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Registered: 07/29/18
Posts: 214
Loc: Kansas City, MO
we got 1+" of rain last night..........

I got it out, but it was fun............and scary. LOL This was today. I made a bit of a mess...... I got it out and parked next to the house. The land owner knows I'm a city slicker.... he'll probably get a laugh, but I wish I didn't try getting down that road. I left some awesome ruts.............LOL went to "sport mode"........to get free. LOL..crazy fun... I promise..this was fun, but I didn't want to have to call for help....god help me. I displaced a ton of mud today..... I got out though. the "road".... I made a mess of it..


Edited by KC Coyote Hunter (12/01/18 10:08 PM)
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#3174963 - 12/01/18 10:54 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
why Offline
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Registered: 08/29/14
Posts: 699
Loc: md eastern shore
If I took my truck out on a golf course and cut some donuts on the greens after a rain, do you think the PRO would be laughing? After all I'm a country boy.

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#3174994 - 12/02/18 07:08 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 09/27/09
Posts: 1294
Loc: Southside Virginia
Down here one of the many unwritten rules is don't drive on a road when it is wet. If you tear up a road, don't come back.

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#3175001 - 12/02/18 08:23 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: 1trkyhntr]
jsh Offline
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Registered: 11/22/03
Posts: 215
Loc: Kansas U.S. of A
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I won't scold you like a child, but you should really look before you leap.
What next? A gate is open and you just drive in and do as you please?
This IMHO is just the type of thing that happens when urban enters rural.

I have been around agriculture all my life. Places I have been allowed to hunt I respect, I don't pay the taxes or do ALL the maintenance. I have parked and walked in a long ways in sloppy weather, rather than drive. Then only to be asked by the owner why didn't you drive in. Yeah I have 4x4, but I don't relish the idea of going to the car wash in cold weather and spend $20.
Drive you car into a corn field going the opposite way the combine ran, see how that works. Buddy had a guy do that in his field, corn stalks broke his AC condensor and radiator took a beating too.
Enough from me. Sorry if I hurt anyone's feelers.


Edited by jsh (12/02/18 11:01 AM)

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#3175017 - 12/02/18 10:02 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 01/31/14
Posts: 5193
Loc: stuck in a fence
kc coyote hunter, you brag about some of the dumbest things.

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#3175028 - 12/02/18 11:08 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 04/21/01
Posts: 16451
Loc: Missouri
Y'all wasting your time...
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#3175581 - 12/04/18 09:41 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: GC]
KC Coyote Hunter Offline
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Registered: 07/29/18
Posts: 214
Loc: Kansas City, MO
I messed up........it looked like there was gravel and the land owner specifically said it was OK to drive down to a point. I expected the road to be more solid....I got going, and I knew I was in trouble. It was waaay softer than expected!

I got turned around and got out... I didn't tear it up as bad as you'd expect, but yes...I was worried I'd get stuck. I deserve the criticism, but this isn't what you make of it. We are the same people. Because I am an idiot that drives a RW Dodge onto a bad road, is what it is.....LOL

If you saw this road...surely I can drive down it.... then I got going and started floating...oh no..oh no..... it was fun. MUDDING! You guys don't know me yet...

I got out...bash me, or whatever...I got out!! the ruts weren't that bad...I talked to the Mrs....they don't dislike me for being stupid..... these are good people. After nearly getting stuck, I parked my car right in front of their house....and yes, it was quite muddy!! .............then I went hunting! the wind was blowing 20+........nothing was moving, but I had to try. The wind was howling, but I had to try!!... and it was raining. I was there......this is how I spent my saturday. and you mock me? I prefer to be mocked for trying to call in coyotes in the worst possible weather EVER.... laugh at me for that....not the effort.


Edited by KC Coyote Hunter (12/04/18 09:52 PM)
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#3175590 - 12/04/18 09:59 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
KC Coyote Hunter Offline
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Registered: 07/29/18
Posts: 214
Loc: Kansas City, MO
My challenger is all black and murdered out....... laugh and don't hate...... we slang some mud and had fun!!!!!!!!!!!!

I drove through the car wash twice after....................still mud chunks hanging.


Edited by KC Coyote Hunter (12/04/18 10:01 PM)
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#3175624 - 12/05/18 12:36 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 12/07/16
Posts: 332
Loc: S.E. Indiana
Mouth breather

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#3175635 - 12/05/18 02:45 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 04/21/01
Posts: 16451
Loc: Missouri
Right on cue when called out the defensive argument begins, excuses are offered, the story subtly changes to be more favorable and then the victim card gets played.
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#3176418 - 12/07/18 10:02 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: GC]
KC Coyote Hunter Offline
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Registered: 07/29/18
Posts: 214
Loc: Kansas City, MO
this is a 1 mile long by 1 mile wide property........


I am pretty 99.9% sure the property owner is 100% more happy with me killing coyotes...and doesn't give a FK if I stirr a little mud on his ranch......................comments? please? Idiots saying otherwise have no clue. My first STAND...and I killed a dog. The land owner was practically high fiving me. Get over it...you haters...

I think you wish you could have been there...splashing mud, because it was fun! A Truck is more expensive....why the hate...[beeep]...I'm driving a cheap sedan? Surely I'm not bragging!! I don't drive a nice 4WD truck...much more expensive..are you freaking kidding me?

I will say this....I am starting to wonder if maybe...JUST Maybe.... my next vehicle will be a 4wd truck. I do sure love the Challenger though.....food for thought. I've bought 2 challengers new.... the most recent, I ordered from the factory.

If you think making mud offended a farmer that owns miles of land...... you are mistaken. Are you freaking kidding me???????



Edited by KC Coyote Hunter (12/07/18 10:20 PM)
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#3176436 - 12/07/18 11:29 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 01/31/14
Posts: 5193
Loc: stuck in a fence
Originally Posted By: KC Coyote Hunter
If you think making mud offended a farmer that owns miles of land...... you are mistaken. Are you freaking kidding me???????



lmao. think you are a little confused. you didn't make the mud... rain, snow or some other sort of moisture made the mud.

you drove through the mud spinning tires and making ruts and a mess of the farmers road.

yeah, farmers, ranchers and other land owners don't like their roads rutted up and made a mess of. you would never be welcomed back on a place i owned after doing what you did.

go have another drink, step away from the keyboard and relax.

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#3176459 - 12/08/18 02:36 AM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
BleedsBlue Offline
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Registered: 12/07/16
Posts: 332
Loc: S.E. Indiana
A cheap used SUV as a 2nd vehicle to hunt out of is an option. Otherwise learn to walk.

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#3176601 - 12/08/18 07:14 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: BleedsBlue]
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Registered: 06/25/13
Posts: 3021
Loc: Metro Denver
Originally Posted By: BleedsBlue
A cheap used SUV as a 2nd vehicle to hunt out of is an option. Otherwise learn to walk.


I and a few others I have hunted with know that when we go out, we could walk for miles lates in the season......

If I had a Challenger I would rip the [beeep] outta the prairie and all the fences in my way!!!!
Hahahahhaaa - Not!

With that said -

Out of the 160+ private ranches I hunt on, Not ONE would appreciate me driving my truck and creating ruts in their two track roads after a heavy rain or wet snow!!!

And where r all these pictures of you “harvested” coyote(s).........????

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#3176646 - 12/08/18 10:07 PM Re: I tried to drive a Challenger RT down a dirt road today....... [Re: KC Coyote Hunter]
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Registered: 12/07/16
Posts: 332
Loc: S.E. Indiana
This guy needs to grab all men in his family along with any close friends, run.....don't walk.

Once assembled, Go to the nearest emergency room and get a vasectomy.

A head shoot and elastomer bands can also be used in a pinch.

Please avoid coming into contact with any females until this procedure can be completed.

I would hate to have the herd contaminated.

If you have came into contact please quarantine all victims and contact the centers for disease control (CDC)

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