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Two-Face: The 95.5 Totaled Taco

Discussion in '1st Gen. Builds' started by shipps, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. shipps

    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    Haha rape and pillage FTMFW



    Thanks man appreciate it!
     
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    Oh im not that crazy!....usually..haha
     
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    Coming from the guy that reversed up and over a boulder and then proceeds to ask what happened.
     
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    Blackdawg Dr. Frankenstein

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    .....haha.....yea i have no retort for that.....haha
     
  5. shipps

    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    :rofl: with those 35s you'll be reversing up and over every boulder you can find
     
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    Blackdawg Dr. Frankenstein

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    Hell yes!!! :goingcrazy:
     
  7. shipps

    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    How do you like your LCA skids? Worth it? I was checking out the BAMF website earlier and came across those.
     
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    nah i don't have those. Out LCAs are more then beefy enough to take the abuse. Not worth the hassle of drilling the holes and extra weight for those.
     
  9. shipps

    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    oh i coulda sworn you did, musta been someone else's build:spy:
     
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    probably.

    i don't know of many that have them tho for 1st gens.

    but i don't think they are worth it really. i almost got some. but, nah. haha
     
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    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    Yeah it doesn't seem like they're really protecting a whole lot. Just putting steel over top of more steel lol i think i'll focus on protection vital components for now.
     
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    yea front skid for the front diff, and belly/trans skid and rear diff skid are more important really. get that, and with the sliders..you can pretty much drag over anything haha
     
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    You have spacers on correct? Im thinking about those rims, the last ones i purchased did not fit over the brake.
     
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    No spacers, I actually had to slightly grind the calipers to clear those. I'm not 100% on the backspacing cause they were a gift a Christmas gift a couple years ago. I wasn't too happy about grinding calipers but i've had zero issues.
     
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    I'm thinking of doing spacers. I feel better about them than grinding the calipers. Thanks
     
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    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    Yeah i would totally recommend spacers over grinding the calipers. I didn't have to take off much but i wouldn't suggest it to anyone. I still might even get some spacers for the front at least cause if i ever want to change wheels there's a chance they won't fit anyway.
     
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    Strange question, what size uhaul was that, and how well did the truck tow it?

    Great looking truck btw!
     
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    Thanks!

    Shoot I don't remember exactly what size the trailer was. It wasn't their smallest one I don't think I believe it was a step up from that. It didn't do horrible but it definitely didn't do great either. Was a really long haul for that little truck lol. I rarely kicked the overdrive on and kept it around 70.
     
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    Good to know. I need to go over the rockies with a uhaul trailer, trying to decide on the size. Thanks for the info
     
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    shipps [OP] braaAAAP

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    No problem. I just checked out the Uhaul trailer sizes and after doing some brain digging i'm almost positive it was the 6x12. It hated the hills but if you take it easy and let the tranny do the work you shouldn't have any issues.
     
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