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Old 06-02-2013, 09:27 PM   #121
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Wes has a cracked front bumper light and small dent to go with that.
My lights are good. Just a few dents. Backed into a stump on big sandy while trying unstick hunter and matt. Nice dent on the back bumper. Look's like armor's on the list.

The 4runner wrecked shop this weekend though. Only trouble was at the bottom of west line where I found myself in some soup and I couldnt quite clear the bypass by where roger pulled cable.
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Old 06-03-2013, 11:35 AM   #123
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My lights are good. Just a few dents. Backed into a stump on big sandy while trying unstick hunter and matt. Nice dent on the back bumper. Look's like armor's on the list.

The 4runner wrecked shop this weekend though. Only trouble was at the bottom of west line where I found myself in some soup and I couldnt quite clear the bypass by where roger pulled cable.
Oh ok. Yea it did great considering the lack of grip you had.

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I've got a bent tie rod to go with that and I need to pull my front wheels and figure out what else is rubbing since I already blew out all the mud.
Damn, that sucks. I still have yet to check my truck over. I'll probably start cleaning it this evening and then assess the damage. Do you have an idea of when you might have bent the tie rod?
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Old 06-03-2013, 12:17 PM   #124
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Damn, that sucks. I still have yet to check my truck over. I'll probably start cleaning it this evening and then assess the damage. Do you have an idea of when you might have bent the tie rod?
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.
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Old 06-03-2013, 01:02 PM   #125
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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.
Approaches clean...LMAO. I'm still finding dirt in my rig and it's been MONTHS since I've been up there...
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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.

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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.
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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.



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.
Yup ... Between the install of the bumpers and the stuff I've pulled off for the post accident repairs - Found lbs and lbs of mud. Gunna spend some time once I get the truck back cleaning...And then - I'm going to make it all a mess again!!
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