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Old December 24th, 2007, 01:49 PM   #1
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So yea last night we were testing the ice on crescent lake with my new truck with about five other buddies. Well we were driving on the shore and decided to go on the ice a little, about two feet in. Then the ice broke and I was like no big deal it was only like two feet of water. But when I went to go back up the rest of the ice gave way and my truck slid deeeeeeeper. So i tried to bac up and was STUCK. So we all climb out of the back sliding window. When we got out we realized the fron of the truck was almost under water. Crazy stuffffff.lol. So I jump back into the truck. Only to realize I had about three inchs of water in the truck and there was more coming in. Then Aaron and Fred(auto shop buddies) show up and pull me out. Thank god they were there.lol. When we pulled the truck out there was about five inchs of water in it. O well, shit happends. I'll get pictures and videos up soon.
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Old December 24th, 2007, 01:51 PM   #2
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Old December 24th, 2007, 01:51 PM   #3
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Old December 24th, 2007, 01:54 PM   #5
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please don't post the pics, your truck stuck in the lake isn't something that needs to be seen or posted publicly being illegal
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Please tell me why you thought it would be a good idea to try the ice after it was raining and was 40 degrees out.
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Old December 24th, 2007, 01:56 PM   #7
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Old December 24th, 2007, 02:02 PM   #8
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please don't post the pics, your truck stuck in the lake isn't something that needs to be seen or posted publicly being illegal
How is that illegal?

They have trucks, campers, and sleds on Walled Lake in the winter. If it was illegal how do they get away with it?
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Well all I was really going to do was shine the brights on it to see if it was frozen to the middle. Yea it was 40 and rainy all day. but the ice was still thick(three inchs or maybe a little less were i was. And it was only like two feet of water under me but when I put it in reverse and tried to back out all the ice shifted and made me slide deeper. The cops most likely would not of done a thing except laugh at me. My truck does not leak anything at all. Also the motor wasnt under at all. So I dont know if they could of wrote me up or anything.maybe though. I will be posting some pics. Its not even bad enough to get in trouble for. But it was dark and Ic ant get the pictures for a couple days. But I WILL get them.
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Old December 24th, 2007, 02:07 PM   #11
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Your overall lack of anything resembling intelligence amazes me , yet completely bores me. Perhaps because you don't seem to learn from being stupid.
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Old December 24th, 2007, 02:09 PM   #12
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Dude, I was over two feet of water. It shifted.It was a very windy night. Call me dumb. I dont care. It was fun and no one got in trouble. Scary as hell though.
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I beleive its only illegal to drop in and leave it in the lake. I think the fact he got it out and made it quick makes it a good move on his part. I have towed them out days later and the fines are nuts after 24 hours. I got one where we had to chainsaw out the front of a ramcharger with plow on. I handed the owner a hook and told him to find somthing solid to pull from. it wasn't pretty.
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where was this at on crescent lake? cuz i live right down the street litterally within walking distance. my guessing would be the park on the west shore?
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I beleive its only illegal to drop in and leave it in the lake. I think the fact he got it out and made it quick makes it a good move on his part. I have towed them out days later and the fines are nuts after 24 hours. I got one where we had to chainsaw out the front of a ramcharger with plow on. I handed the owner a hook and told him to find somthing solid to pull from. it wasn't pretty.
Yea, I was only in the water for maybe ten-twenty minutes at the most.
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where was this at on crescent lake? cuz i live right down the street litterally within walking distance. my guessing would be the park on the west shore?
Yea, right after the big curve after crescent lake inn bar. Going towards Airport.
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good thing you didn't sink farther it's only 2 feet deep of water but what you don't know is theres about 5 feet of mud under that. only a crane would have gotten it out then...lol.
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I guess if you want to judge stupid acts on ice I should chime in again. I have been out on the lake with sleds many times when the ice was bad. I remember one night in perticular when I hit the boat launch on Whitmore and the sled kida bogged as I hit the throttle. I looked back to see a open water cut where I had just came in. I stayed on the gas out the middle where the good ice was. I hit it like going up a ramp. turned back and had a slice 1/4 mile long. yea A.J. isn't the only one who's been young and dumb. the worst part was getting enough nerve to go back...I'm still here ain't I?
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snowmobiles are a diffrent story cuz if you go fast enough you can ride on water. trucks. kinda sink like a stone. with the exception of this one that defies the odds...http://youtube.com/watch?v=OnUjE28-BCo&feature=related
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Old December 24th, 2007, 02:20 PM   #19
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good thing you didn't sink farther it's only 2 feet deep of water but what you don't know is theres about 5 feet of mud under that. only a crane would have gotten it out then...lol.

Yea someone was telling me too that it goes form two feet to about 8 feet right away. This was a boat launch but the sand kind. It wasnt paved.
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I guess if you want to judge stupid acts on ice I should chime in again. I have been out on the lake with sleds many times when the ice was bad. I remember one night in perticular when I hit the boat launch on Whitmore and the sled kida bogged as I hit the throttle. I looked back to see a open water cut where I had just came in. I stayed on the gas out the middle where the good ice was. I hit it like going up a ramp. turned back and had a slice 1/4 mile long. yea A.J. isn't the only one who's been young and dumb. the worst part was getting enough nerve to go back...I'm still here ain't I?

Hahahaha yea it would for sure take some balls to go back.
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that would be the public beach you were driving on
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