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Coke Ovens/Box Canyon 04/20

Discussion in 'Arizona' started by tacosunday, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. tacosunday

    tacosunday [OP] GoldMember

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    Nice! Ive only seen two SAS'd 2nd gens.





    See you in a few hours!
     
  2. Chris20

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    Yeah there few and far in between. Mine isn't nothing special, I'm just on leafs and running a Toyota front axel from trail gear for now.
     
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    You guys have fun, be safe, and take a lot of pictures.
     
  4. Milota95

    Milota95 Mall Crawling Specialist

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    you made it in 2wd! im suprised, an thats badass. i will be working on the pictures this week i will let you all know when i got them done!:D
     
  5. tacosunday

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    Hell yeah! This was one of the funnest runs I've been on. Thanks for coming out Quinton and Chris, 2wd monster! I will get the rest of the pics and video from everyone else and get em to you.
     
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    It was a lot of fun, glad I decided to come. Looking forward to doing it again after I have my 4wd and locker issues sorted out.
     
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    How's the driveshaft doin?
     
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    It's holding up good no shakes or vibration. But I think I'm going to get a new one and keep that one and use it for trails and stuff.
     
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    Picture or videos?
     
  10. tacosunday

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    Did you look into the anytime locker mod? You probably wouldn't have had any problems if your locker was engaged.
     
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    Not yet, I'm in the process of trying to he my truck registered here my tags expire tomorrow and the post office lost my title. But that is on my long list of too do's
     
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    when are we all going out again?!?
     
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    I'm still working on getting my 4wd fixed, having a hard time finding that actuator.
     
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    when you get it all done let me know we will go out on other trail rides with everyone else. an if anyone ever needs anything welded mig or big I'm your guy :D
     
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    Milota95 Mall Crawling Specialist

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    who remembers this:D chris had sliders an it badly saved him [​IMG]
     
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    Moar pics!
     
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    Milota95 Mall Crawling Specialist

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    ive got them all on my computer now so i will get them all up! should i make a thread? put them all on there?
     
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    Milota95 Mall Crawling Specialist

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    my profile has some more uploaded picts of everyones ride still working on more save them if you want them :D
     
  20. Chris20

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    Yeah the sliders defiantly saved me. I was still a little scared, drive shaft is being made, all thats left is finding that actuator and then hopefully wont have to deal with this situation again.
     
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