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Recovering my 12" Bulletproof lifted Tundra out of a Canadian swamp for 6 hours

We were deer hunting last fall and drove my 12" Bulletproof lifted Big Blue Toyota Tundra over what looked like a meadow. Well, it turned out to be a swamp and it sank down right to the frame, the 37" tire was completely submerged under water. 6 hours and 40 tree trunks later we built a bridge under it and managed to get it out!

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