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Old 08-24-2007, 11:40 AM   #1
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My friends and I drove out to the local trails for a night run. I dont wheel my truck very much since its my DD and I cant afford for it to break, but last night I was in the mood to do some light wheeling. 1st thing we headed to was the "articulated climb" as we call it. Its basically a washed out trail.



Kind hard to tell in these pics, but it gets pretty crazy, we always do it with a spotters because the IFS toyotas usually lift the one rear wheel a foot of the ground




I didnt take the pics, and it was foggy and raining and they didnt come out to good :-(

Here is when it started to flex up




After we all did the descent and then the climb back up we headed down some more trails. There was alot of puddles, but then we headed down a trail that had some deep rutted and pretty muddy ones... They were up to the nerfs and I have open diffs so needless I had to power it through some of the deeper ones... the end result was the truck looking like this





Well thats it, I know the pics arent the greatest but thanks for looking

-Mike
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Old 08-24-2007, 12:39 PM   #2
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Nice pictures Mike looked like fun! When you gonna do the SAS?
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Nice pictures Mike looked like fun! When you gonna do the SAS?
Some day, hopefully when I get on to one of the law enforcement jobs like my parents (and rest of family) and make some serious bank

Next thing on the truck is to install my 4 1/2" downey rear springs I have had for over a year Dont have the time to put them in...

After that, I need to loose to the busted broken roll pan and get a nice bumper from marlin or all pro.
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thats how lifted trucks should look...
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Old 08-24-2007, 04:08 PM   #5
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Lifted trucks shouldn't look like that
Fixed it.

I know huh? J/K Mike
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