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Old 06-05-2006, 11:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A few teaser shots before rubithon. Went in friday night. left the staging area around 9:00pm. Got to the the springs around 1ish.
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Towne's front cv which lost the centering pin. Removed the ball junbk and welded it solid. Limited the front end and it drove out. It was his shakedown run before rubithon since the first outing was to Moonrocks
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Towne had a shit eating grin all weekend.
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Mine with a clapped out front tire.
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Old 06-06-2006, 04:50 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Nice to see a project come together so well. You guys looks like you had a blast.

What are you hitting to cut 44" TSLs like that?
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Nice to see a project come together so well. You guys looks like you had a blast.

What are you hitting to cut 44" TSLs like that?
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Nice to see a project come together so well. You guys looks like you had a blast.

What are you hitting to cut 44" TSLs like that?
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Towne's front cv which lost the centering pin. Removed the ball junbk and welded it solid. Limited the front end and it drove out. It was his shakedown run before rubithon since the first outing was to Moonrocks
so im no cv expert, but how did you get teh center chunk out? my center went out 1 year ago and had already done its damage so i just left it and drove out. nice pics.....one day i will run the back side. one day.............
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The ball socket piece got removed since it's taped for straps and for the trail fix you need to convert to ubolts. When you drive on after it breaks it starts bouncing of the floor boards till it falls apart. I was stoked it held.
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Wet cold tires slice easier then normal. I cut that one a little and the hole grew..
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The ball socket piece got removed since it's taped for straps and for the trail fix you need to convert to ubolts. When you drive on after it breaks it starts bouncing of the floor boards till it falls apart. I was stoked it held.
mine ground a hole in the side of the trany, luckly my floor board was saved,

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Jimmah, since i know yoiu were probably just driving out from the box you probably should have just slapped that thing in 2hi and put the hammer down. But hind sight is a bitch, i mean is always fuzy.

Tom- odd question. I have the same ice chest. How are you keeping it held into your rig?? I dont want to use the handles for to long, one of them is almost torn off from a roll.

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