4x4 for wister

jth

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I drive a 2000 tacoma 4x4 rear dif lockers, got stuck a couple times. What makes me not want to go out again in the mud is the massive amount of undercarriage rust it caused. I always pressure washed the underside after each trip and still the whole underside of my truck is hammered with rust. I respect the guys that go for it in their new trucks but make sure you get all the mud off. A lot of the area around wister stays like this even if we haven't had rain. I'm sticking to the dry dirt roads this season.
 
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THE_NEW_GUY

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I know what I'll do...... I'll call the diesel Brothers and have them build me a diesel-powered track bus with all track drive. The bus would be like 5ft high. I'll pull up to the check station, load up 25 guys ,there dogs and Arrow weed. Ill haul them out to the parking lot for there blind. I would do 2 trips a day to each parking lot. Before sunrise and after sunset. Cost you $20 a trip from Main parking lot to blind parking lot and vice versa.

There would be lots of storage under the bus and a long extended flatbed trailer for decoy carts and other large items. Think I could probably get it done for about $75,000..... Now just to come up with the cash.

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