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    Default steed recovers jeep

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    This perfectly illustrates the difference between the likes of Jeep ,Land Rover & the rest. At least the Jeep had a go. A Landy would do the same.

    Where is the video of the GWM attempting the same mud pit? Or is that why its so clean?

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    If I was there in my steed I would so love to try it. Then a jeep can recover me
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    No man the steed made the mud pit no problem and then the jeep had to try to outdo the steed (maybe to prove something)

    Luckily the jeep recovery vehicle was there
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    And it's illegal for a jeep to follow the steed route
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    Sheesh. What a heap . Really struggled to make a simple recovery like that!

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    I guess picking your battles and knowing what your limitations are just as important as having the best kit so I guess the Steed owner must be a bit higher up the IQ ladder than the Jeep owner when he decided to drive around the mud-pit instead of through it.

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    It was staged, why have a Jeep recovery vehicle sticker on a Steed?
    What a life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quack View Post
    It was staged, why have a Jeep recovery vehicle sticker on a Steed?
    Why not?
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