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I thought my high ground clearance Acadia DEnali would have enough clearance to guide me through my Minnesota winter expedition. clearly she did not make it too far, she just ate and ate and dug her own grave.
My girlfriend was chillax about it doe so i got out and started to dig... BUT HOLY CAMOLIE was she gaped. So i called up my trusty GM counterpart 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 LT 5.3 vortec 4x4 to come pull her out. AND OH MY did she rip that beast pulled they old brap hog right away. NO TIRE SLIPPAGE!!!!
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That's what I think also . . . But the Acadia doesn't exactly look like it's buried. Maybe it has poor tire tread?
 

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I didn't understand a word you posted. Sounds like you got your Acadia stuck and used your Silverado to get it unstuck.
Same guy who jumped his Acadia, among other interesting posts IIRC. But yes, agree; assuming he got stuck and used a pickup to get him out.
 

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She got hung up on the frame
Ahh . .. the picture is not too clear and is blurry, dark. . etc. Looks like it just drove off the side of the driveway or something. I can see cement a little bit away from it.
 

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I'm going to bet he never thought about turning off the Traction Control. Leaving TC on can get someone stuck in a NY minute. Turning it off will help get the vehicle moving again.
 

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Certifiable, maybe. Most members here don't want to read about someone beating the crap out of their equipment. You both should either find another forum for that, or suffer the wrath of comments received without sassing folks about it.

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Forgive us for using our ”equipment” to its maximum capability I’m guessing you are one of the guys who owns a sports car such as a c5 corvette and only takes it out on weekend Sunday drives and never takes it above 4000rpm. Just because you are an old fart who putters around town in their sad little Acadia doesn’t mean we should follow suit.
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Forgive us for using our ”equipment” to its maximum capability I’m guessing you are one of the guys who owns a sports car such as a c5 corvette and only takes it out on weekend Sunday drives and never takes it above 4000rpm. Just because you are an old fart who putters around town in their sad little Acadia doesn’t mean we should follow suit.
I drove a lightly modified '04 C5 Z06 daily for 5 years until last June. I drove the crap out of it regularly because it was built for it. The Acadia is not built for abuse; it is a raised station wagon. If he actually does any of what he says, if you are not the same poster with a different name, etc., well, get ready to pay the consequences (huge repair bills, poor resale, wrath of other people here who don't abuse their station wagons).
Nice though that you joined simply to back up parkermn... :unsure:, nice that you're proud that he got 2 speeding tickets in one month, and or course that he's a certified sender (not just a regular non-certified sender, and how does one get certified?).
 

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I drove a lightly modified '04 C5 Z06 daily for 5 years until last June. I drove the crap out of it regularly because it was built for it. The Acadia is not built for abuse; it is a raised station wagon. If he actually does any of what he says, if you are not the same poster with a different name, etc., well, get ready to pay the consequences (huge repair bills, poor resale, wrath of other people here who don't abuse their station wagons).
Nice though that you joined simply to back up parkermn... :unsure:, nice that you're proud that he got 2 speeding tickets in one month, and or course that he's a certified sender (not just a regular non-certified sender, and how does one get certified?).
wouldnt you like to know, old man
 

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I drove a lightly modified '04 C5 Z06 daily for 5 years until last June. I drove the crap out of it regularly because it was built for it. The Acadia is not built for abuse; it is a raised station wagon. If he actually does any of what he says, if you are not the same poster with a different name, etc., well, get ready to pay the consequences (huge repair bills, poor resale, wrath of other people here who don't abuse their station wagons).
Nice though that you joined simply to back up parkermn... :unsure:, nice that you're proud that he got 2 speeding tickets in one month, and or course that he's a certified sender (not just a regular non-certified sender, and how does one get certified?).
based off that its american built it can take all sorts of abuse. UNLIKE your stupid socialist country im american and american cars are built tough so dwell on that u

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