Originally Posted by hoarder23
No idea, its drivers side so I'm thinking it was dropping into the creek or coming down flat rock. But it got me home and I can park it while I'm in Nevada and fix it at at my buddy's when we get back so no big deal.
I just spent 2 hours blowing all the mud off the truck including pulling both the front tires to check for anymore damage. It's amazing where all I found mud, my brakes were completely packed even after a 200 mile trip. I still have several more hours of work before it approaches clean.
Oh ok. Yea a tie rod is fairly easy to change.
Yea I understand. That is why I said that I was going to start cleaning this evening. It will probably take me a couple of hours a day for the next few days with the pressure washer plus a couple of runs through the auto carwash to get it back where I want it hahaha.
Originally Posted by Brunes
Approaches clean...LMAO. I'm still finding dirt in my rig and it's been MONTHS since I've been up there...
Lol yep. When I was installing my skids the other day, I found a big chunk of mud on top of my frame. There is no telling how long it had been there.