Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Rancho Cordova, CA.
No real good way that I know of if it's that deep in the mud. You'll just have to throw it on it's side and drag it out to firmer ground. It will help to have a few helpers. If you're by yourself, you're just gonna have to drag one end at a time and rest as needed.
A few times of doing that, you learn to avoid the deep mud or just stay on the gas and keep your speed up to get through it.
2009 KLR650, black (the fastest color), Moose luggage racks - Happy Trail skid plate, crash bars, engine guard, highway pegs, and fork brace - IMS Pro footpegs - Dynojet stage 2 jet kit - Airbox mod - WOW led tail light - Top Gun 7.4Kg rear spring - Top Gun Progressive front springs - ThermoBob - Temp overlay