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Uh...nope! Cant say I've done that in our Durango either! But it sure does look like fun! :)
Girl, It's a freaking blast! We haven't done it in a long time. But we used to go every weekend.
 

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i havent yet but soon after i get my plates ill be out there having fun. How well dose it do off road? ive onle had mine for a week now... havent had a chance to play around to much
I was surprised at how well it does off road. If you have the right tires it will surprise you as well.
 

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my friends took me to a mud hole that i had never been to before and told me on place was about two feet deep. They were right until i got about 3 quarters of the way through then the was a sudden drop and the water was level with the bottom of the windows. I thought i was done for but i kept my foot in it and the trusty old Durango pulled itself out.
 

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my friends took me to a mud hole that i had never been to before and told me on place was about two feet deep. They were right until i got about 3 quarters of the way through then the was a sudden drop and the water was level with the bottom of the windows. I thought i was done for but i kept my foot in it and the trusty old Durango pulled itself out.
That's what I'm talking about right there. :D
 

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No, it's not stock. I've done a few things to it.
3 inch lift
Mopar M1 intake
Cat back exhaust
Bigger tires
 

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went through a creek xing during run off season. Normally it's about 20 ft wide. It was about 50-60 ft wide. first 1/3 of the way, water was about mid-tire to bottom door. Knowing the creek, i thought it would be the same the whole way, WRONG! I thought the run off went wider instead of deeper, it did both. "D-Ranged" drop to the real bottom. With in a split second, I romped on it. I knew I was beyond the point of no return. Stopping meant getting stuck. I was holding my breath as I prayed (they call that multitasking). At one point, D-Ranged was pushing a solid wall of water over the top of her hood. I was very surprised and proud how well D-Ranged pushed through the rushing creek. I believe, the fact that she is a chubby girl helped from being pushed by the current. Found out later (bar talk), a mid-70 chevy & 2002+Ford ranger had to pulled from the same hole earlier that week. The ranger had both engine & tranny rebuild and is still having issues a 1 1/2 later.
My boys want to do it again
 
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