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15 inchs....Stuck at work for 17 hours, dad truck is in a drift up to the handle bars...err door handles.... Fun ride home :rocker:

:lol:

We got some slush here and I had just bought my new truck and was driving the 1.5 hours home (me in my girlfriend's car, and my buddy driving my truck). I was leading down 460 West, and the truck starts losing traction and swerving...but it was doing that a lot and it never really let loose. Except this time. I was watching in my rear view mirror as he got sideways at 65mph, cutting across the left lane and into the grass median. The truck slid around a ton and bounced all over the place...he was lucky to keep it out of the oncoming lanes. I immediately started pulling off, and then I put my girlfriend's car into a bank. :bonk: That's what happens when you give some Virginian boys some snow. :lol:

Both vehicles were perfectly fine after that, so....:thumb:
 
New truck? :tapsfoot:


Glad you were fine :hug: ..... I think i got some go pro footage of some, car vs snow embankment and Duramax vs embankment. lol... Seen them both slam ditches on the way home.
 
New truck? :tapsfoot:


Glad you were fine :hug: ..... I think i got some go pro footage of some, car vs snow embankment and Duramax vs embankment. lol... Seen them both slam ditches on the way home.
:lol: Post it!!

I bought a 1979 F150 with a flatbed. Body is in great condition. I paid $1100 for it and the body + flatbed is well worth that. Rebuilt 351 and auto tranny with 70,000 miles on it. It's a pretty sweet truck with tons of potential.
 
:lol: Post it!!

I bought a 1979 F150 with a flatbed. Body is in great condition. I paid $1100 for it and the body + flatbed is well worth that. Rebuilt 351 and auto tranny with 70,000 miles on it. It's a pretty sweet truck with tons of potential.
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:lol:

We got some slush here and I had just bought my new truck and was driving the 1.5 hours home (me in my girlfriend's car, and my buddy driving my truck). I was leading down 460 West, and the truck starts losing traction and swerving...but it was doing that a lot and it never really let loose. Except this time. I was watching in my rear view mirror as he got sideways at 65mph, cutting across the left lane and into the grass median. The truck slid around a ton and bounced all over the place...he was lucky to keep it out of the oncoming lanes. I immediately started pulling off, and then I put my girlfriend's car into a bank. :bonk: That's what happens when you give some Virginian boys some snow. :lol:

Both vehicles were perfectly fine after that, so....:thumb:
I ice skated in the car for about 10 miles to get off my mountain this AM. 4 inches of snow, lots of wind and lots of ice too.:eek:
 
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