Biggest street legal Ford 350 in Europe 54 inch tires in snow action - Iceland
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Ford RAPTOR SVT vs Toyota Tundra TRD
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Ford Raptor SVT vs Toyota Tundra TRD Drag Race Quarter Mile
This was filmed at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison Colorado.
Elevation is just under 6000 feet above sea level.
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Mountains & Mud 5 Film Trailer - WATCH THE FULL LENGTH FILM ON TAHOEFILMS.COM
AN EPIC 4X4 QUAD FILM.
Award-winning film director Thomas Opre takes you on another wild 4x4 quad
ride. No sand in this movie -- just big mountains, rough rocks and deep
mud. Opre travels with his cameras catching epic 4x4 quad action throughout
North America. New features include utility quad riders Ron Wilert
(Alberta), Jack Whelan (California), and Bayou Snorkel's Brian Robertson
(Louisiana), plus the I-45 Race Team (Texas) and the Zollinger brothers
from ZBroz Racing (Utah). Mountains & Mud has been nominated every year for
the Extremy Award for Best Quad Film. Don't miss the film series which
started the 4x4 quad craz!
Full length film is available at http://www.tahoefilms. com
TOYOTA TACOMA STUCK ON BEACH
This driver made the mistake of driving n to close to one of our outflows
. When you see a large stream of water on our Peninsula it is the the
rain runoff from ditches and lakes . What happens is when the tide goes
out the water will gouge out a trough in the loose sand . When the tide
comes in it will fill the edges of the trough with loose sand . While
it will look hard it is fact mostly water . It has the conistancy of
quicksand . If you walk into it you will sink maybe 8 to 10 inches . A
car or truck will sink to its frame . This occurs all along our beach
. I advise people to not cross these streams at high water and at low
water you want to go as far west as you can to cross over . This truck
was in quicksand like material 2 hours before he called me . After the
tide went out the water drained out of the sand and it was rock hard
around his truck .