Nothing lines up perfectly, and it takes a lot of sewing. Having said that, you can get it to work.
Just for sake of knowing, the John Johnson Company in Detroit Michigan still makes tarps for the deuce and a half.
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I swear that mud felt like gritty bentonite clay.
There was a hump down there, between the tracks.
Three Rockwell differentials prob would got hung up and then stuck to it.
I asked that question at one point.
I was told:
No. You are right, that is bat guano crazy. Don't do that.
There was 3 in of Arkansas mud in the bottom of my toolbox which apparently was not closed I don't know what the bottom of that hole right now.... I'm still doing a tool inventory
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I went off-roading!
no......wait.....that's not right...
I got stuck. Ya! That's it!
I went out and got stuck! Again!
FM 20-22 saved my butt. also, a lot of excellent folks whose names i already forget (sorry!).
In water no less, again!!
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