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Old 03-06-2012, 01:57 PM   #4761
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yeah basically a little wd40 i think. he said "cleaned and lubed her up shouldn't make no more noise boss you're good to go". i didnt ask any more questions after he said dont worry about the 55 dollar fee haha i just said thanks and drove off
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Grab one of these:
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Takes maybe 5 min to hit all the zerks on the rear drive shaft, and another 5-10 to do the front if you've got full skids and have to rotate it into position where you can see them. I can't remember what the maintenance interval is in the manual, but after having the slip yoke on my DS bind that one time, I just do it every 5k for good measure. I've done it twice, and there is still plenty of grease left. It doesn't take a whole lot. I'd say you could probably get at least 4-5 total applications from a tube.

Subtext, if they ever try to charge you $55 for that. Pitch a fit.
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Old 03-06-2012, 02:08 PM   #4762
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have you tried looking for the wheel............................................. .............. up your butt? sorry had to say something silly, felt it needed to be done.
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Old 03-06-2012, 02:46 PM   #4763
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And Relentless is going to start one mid-month w/ deals on his new skids...=)
Don't tell me that! Oh wait.. I don't need skids.. I'll just roll over it! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Speaking of Relentless I took my bumper up to my buddies shop and had them get it Armadillo Lined! I'll pick it up probably Thursday or Friday but I still won't be able to mount it until I reinforce my rear leaf...

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i think all this hub-bub that happened earlier this morning just recruited us a new member to the alabama group..... tee hee... you will fit right in brunes
He has poked his head in here more then a few times chiming in..

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what is momma g's? ive heard a ton of folks talking about it. never realized where it was though til now.
No Momma g's isn't in this picture but it is across the street to the right of this photo!!

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Old 03-06-2012, 03:00 PM   #4764
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Don't tell me that! Oh wait.. I don't need skids.. I'll just roll over it! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Speaking of Relentless I took my bumper up to my buddies shop and had them get it Armadillo Lined! I'll pick it up probably Thursday or Friday but I still won't be able to mount it until I reinforce my rear leaf...



He has poked his head in here more then a few times chiming in..



No Momma g's isn't in this picture but it is across the street to the right of this photo!!

What is your lowest hanging obstacle to ground clearance?? (sorry to get all technical in a BS thread...but I gotta know)
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:05 PM   #4765
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Heart felt Sorry to Coast Guard personel and thier families that were killed. Aviation training center here in Mobile and whole community is shaken. Memorial Thursday
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:15 PM   #4766
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What is your lowest hanging obstacle to ground clearance?? (sorry to get all technical in a BS thread...but I gotta know)
LOL! Well to be COMPLETELY HONEST!!! I was kind of kidding about being able to just roll over it..

But yes I know my DROP bracket is the lowest and I realize that I don't have much more ground clearance then someone with a 3" and 33's has. No with my lift I don't get high centered on a hill as bad as someone with a 3". As in if I climb over a hill that has a steep incline and a steep drop off I am less likely to scrub my tummy. Unless of course it is WAAYYY steeper then what I should be attempting anyways!
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:25 PM   #4767
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already had one. had a chrome brushguard and toolbox on it to. Thats anti brah, bro.
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:43 PM   #4768
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Don't tell me that! Oh wait.. I don't need skids.. I'll just roll over it! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Speaking of Relentless I took my bumper up to my buddies shop and had them get it Armadillo Lined! I'll pick it up probably Thursday or Friday but I still won't be able to mount it until I reinforce my rear leaf...



He has poked his head in here more then a few times chiming in..



No Momma g's isn't in this picture but it is across the street to the right of this photo!!

you just wanted to post of pic of your truck....ill do the same damn =...nvm i haven't uploaded the pics and videos of this past weekend. but i will thursday!!! thats cause I'm off fah fah.
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:18 PM   #4769
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Heart felt Sorry to Coast Guard personel and thier families that were killed. Aviation training center here in Mobile and whole community is shaken. Memorial Thursday
thoughts and prayers to their families.
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:22 PM   #4770
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So are we getting a mini meet going again??? Also I need help finding one more trd wheel! Any suggestions?
I think jab 08 has some trd wheels and tires he might sell. not fo sho but you pm him about it
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Old 03-06-2012, 04:32 PM   #4771
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thoughts and prayers to their families.
Memorial is 10AM on Thurs. If you have a second around then-Take it for quiet reflection and then tell the people that are important to you that you love them.

One of the crew is still unaccounted for. The other three will be laid to rest next week:
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Gone but always with us...
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man. I need to stay up to date with this thread... I AM SOOOOO LOST.
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Old 03-06-2012, 05:30 PM   #4774
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LOL! Well to be COMPLETELY HONEST!!! I was kind of kidding about being able to just roll over it..

But yes I know my DROP bracket is the lowest and I realize that I don't have much more ground clearance then someone with a 3" and 33's has. No with my lift I don't get high centered on a hill as bad as someone with a 3". As in if I climb over a hill that has a steep incline and a steep drop off I am less likely to scrub my tummy. Unless of course it is WAAYYY steeper then what I should be attempting anyways!
Yeah...That was kinda my point- but I'm actaully interested what the total difference is between my 3 in with 33's and your 6 inch w/ 35s. And I don't mind sliding on the skids I'll be installing...=)
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Yeah...That was kinda my point- but I'm actaully interested what the total difference is between my 3 in with 33's and your 6 inch w/ 35s. And I don't mind sliding on the skids I'll be installing...=)
I've been tossing up the idea of making my own skids that will actually help support my db kit and its linkage.

But if you really want to know the difference think about how much more lift there is with 35's then 33's.. That's the biggest difference. So if you trimmed and tucked your fenders, then stuffed 35's (like allonblack) then you would have the same ground clearance.
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I've been tossing up the idea of making my own skids that will actually help support my db kit and its linkage.

But if you really want to know the difference think about how much more lift there is with 35's then 33's.. That's the biggest difference. So if you trimmed and tucked your fenders, then stuffed 35's (like allonblack) then you would have the same ground clearance.
Ehh....Trimming fenders sounds like too much work for another inch....
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Ehh....Trimming fenders sounds like too much work for another inch....
It can be.. As allonblack put it, "it's not really worth it unless you really plan to off-road it"..
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It can be.. As allonblack put it, "it's not really worth it unless you really plan to off-road it"..
Yeah. Once you see what folks do for a whole extra inch of clearance, fender cutting is pretty tame.
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Ehh....Trimming sounds like too much work for another inch....
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