Why were you going so fast with those clifs there? Iv been there a bunch of times and seen guys fall down those clifs on dirt bikes before. doing that in a truck is almost a death wish there man....
Hottrod81 said:If he wasn't going to fast then why did he slip?
myeyesore said:HA! That's my old rig, bought it stock back in 98 or so, put it on 35's busted the 10bolt it went to a 14bolt/d60 yanked the 60 and the 14 for my toyota, put in the 44 and another 14, bent and twisted did the cage (I think its been modified since I had it) sliders front/rear bumper then I sold it last august to Robert, and now it was resold again? hahaha, crazy
How'd the cage hold up? I had that done by bent and twisted before I got into doing my own fabbing afer being in a nasty roll down comp. hill in a 78 f150 without a cage.
That thing has been through its pases, been to pizmo multiple time through 2 different full sets of axles, I wheeled it at hollister without a hood a few times, bought it from my dad, he bought it new in late 1989.
Drivers door always opened funny anyways, the dent might have improved things. I think I only have a few digital pics of it, I wheeled this truck mostly before I had a digital camera, heres a couple.
Good to see its getting used.