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Is It An Alberta Trophy Pike Or A Musky? We Need Your Input

Ice fishing on the frozen lakes of Alberta can be potentially really, really rewarding. We’re talking some of the most pristine, huge fish in North America and all it takes…

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Thrill Seekers, Meet The Scariest Road In India

If heights make you nervous, this road in India is absolutely terrifying. We’ve got nothing domestically to compare it to, but here, you’ll get to see a bunch of British…

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Log Truck Accident Is A Great Lesson In Truck Recovery

Logging truck drivers have a tough enough job. They work long hours on some of the most precarious roads in the land. When the rain and sleet hits, it often…

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Back Wheels Flail In This 2015 Ford Mustang Super Fail

Ford keeps upping the ante in terms of ferocious rear wheel torque and that smooth, classic Ford Mustang feel. However, car loaders be warned: that back wheel torque can come…

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Tug o’ War Challenge: Dodge Ram Cummins 2500 vs. Chevy Duramax 2500

Before you see a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Duramax going toe-to-toe with a Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins – place all your preconceived notions aside. If you had two unnamed trucks, one…

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This Can-AM Outlander Can Tow Out a Chevy 4×4

With a ROTAX® V-Twin engine capable of up to 71 horsepower, this Can-AM Outlander 800R DPS is certainly the right pull in the right place. Here, we can see a…

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If You Thought Steam Engines Were Dead, This Tractor Pull Shows You Different

The steam engine is commonly thought to have gone the way of the Buffalo. And for good reason – who needs an engine that runs off charcoal and coal when…

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Catch-and-Release Fishing Just Got Real

If you’ve been freshwater fishing for any length of time then you have certainly had your fair share of fail events. You know exactly what I’m talking about. Those times…

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The Golden Gate Bridge’s ‘Zipper Truck’ In Action

Joining San Francisco to the rest of Marin County, California, is the majestic and highly photographed Golden Gate bridge. This 4,200 ft suspension bridge opened in 1937 and ever since…

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Why You Never Take Your Duramax Lifted Chevy Mudding Alone

Dirt roads, lifted trucks, mud bogs, sometimes you just have to go for it. That’s exactly what this lifted Duramax Chevy does. This scene is no doubt played out thousands…

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