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smokepolemonky

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Well stick some sticks in the holes where they will grab the mud and keep mudding lol im shure they will have some with agressive tread they can mold them with all kinds of tread.
 

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It's not the tread I'd be concerned with, it's the weight of the mud that'd build up in the honey combs. That MS River mud ain't your regular ol' mud...it's dang near impossible to clean off/out in the first place.
 

smokepolemonky

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Bullfrog said:
It's not the tread I'd be concerned with, it's the weight of the mud that'd build up in the honey combs. That MS River mud ain't your regular ol' mud...it's dang near impossible to clean off/out in the first place.
Yes that gumbo mud is a real pain i worked in West memphis Ark on the long bridge for 3 years cleaning equipment everyevening was a pain.I guess you could pressure wash it out though or let it sit in water and soak a little then clean them out. Just my thoughts.
 

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