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StuckGuys is a forum for people with a stuck/spinning fetish. This involves usually guys spinning or getting their vehicle stuck in mud/snow/sand or anything else. Everyone is welcome here. If your interested in stuck females check out StuckWorld
Agreed! The main thing, is he's spinning his tires and STUCK! We all have our personal preferences of vehicles/ 4X4 vs 2X4 drive, etc. As "Booted Driver" states....not everyone has access and/or the jacked up truck to go tire spinning and getting stuck! "Softseatboner"...do your thing! Do what makes you happy!
@jay-jay Your remark about the school van getting stuck on a geography field trip struck a chord with me. I remember the school bus getting into difficuties on a steep bank in the snow. It was driven by 'Stan', a short stocky guy with a lantern jaw and shiny peaked driver's cap. He wore a pair of rubber wellingtons with the tops turned down revealing the canvass. The bus was spnning in the snow and he had several goes as the slope. I was excited/scarred and like you I could feel the wheel-spin coming up through the seat. I was too young for it really to get me but boy I remembered it later and still thrill at the sensation and those vibrations have produced enough spunk to compensate..
Can't last very long with a vid of a stuck bike, especially if the guy's in boots, especially wellingtons. Most trail bikes are a bit tall for humin' unless yoiu sink 'em in. Sorry that we've lost 'Kevin', his vids were so horny. Luckily I've managed to save one or two. The first off-road bike I got was a 'Farm bike', before quads and trikes: it had racks front and back for sacks of feed and hay: I took it ouit onto a muddy lane as soon as I got it, and got stuck so bad it nearly killed me getting it out. It was in up to the axle at the back, the wheel formed ito a solid clay disc with spinning. With my boots thrusting into the mud and humping the suck bike I got the dsired effect - the first of many.
"January 31, 2019
These tires came factory on my F150. I came from a set of Genral Grabber AT2's on my last pickup, being a highway tire I knew these wouldn't be close to the same, but when it comes to winter driving these tires slip right past poor and crash right into down right dangerous. While the siping looks ok for a highway tire, they do not perform up to par in winter conditions. Even light snow (1-3") start to cause traction issues, deep snow (over 6") will surely lead to you getting hopelessly stuck with nothing but spinning tires. Any packed snow or ice is where they get downright scary. Stopping becomes an issue, but getting going is a real issue. Trying to pull away from a stop sign if there is cross traffic coming requires multiple blocks of space between the oncoming cars or you will be half into the intersection with you hopelessly trying to get going and your tires doing nothing but spinning in place. Even low speed cornering becomes an issue on ice and packed snow. If you live in a southern state with no snow, these would probably be an acceptable on-road tire, but if you get winter don't risk it."
Spintire: I know you can spin and sink your truck! I've seen several of your very nice muddy and tire spinning videos on YouTube! Thanks for sharing! My only wish...is that you would be wearing cowboy boots when you drive and get stuck! 🙂