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Colorado Wheelin

Discussion in 'Blazin Trails' started by denver75k5, Jan 6, 2002.

  1. denver75k5

    denver75k5 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone up for some wheelin next weekend? Just looked at the weather forcast and it's lookin real good for Saturday. Im not sure where to go yet but im open to suggestions.

    TJ.........


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    co.offroad Registered Member

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    no i didnt put mine up but just thinkin about sellin the one that runs and startin to build the beater,by the way the beater doesnt have a top,tailgate,or doors, give me a couple more weeks and it wont have much of a body left!!! sawzall time , air nibbler works pretty good to !!! alan
     
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    My truck put itself up for the winter by overheating constantly.

    I'll probably be replacing a water pump this weekend, so I'm out.

    I can't wait to get my truck fixed so I can break more parts!

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    CK5 In my underwear Administrator Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    Without the 60 (you know what I'm talking about) you will break everything and not have a good time, might as well run over to McDonalds and grab a happy meal.

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    Mine is undergoing extensive Moab preparations and is minus its rear axle at the moment so I am a no go.

    I thought I was wrong once,
    but I was mistaken
     
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    Ya, I understand, mine is about to be put up for some mods to,
    But MAN I HATE going with the J**p guys all the time, J**p this J**p that , bla bla bla, thank god my blazer holds its own or Id never hear the end of it! .......



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    I would go but my rearend is on the way out so I better not untill that gets fixed and I get the Chains cut to fit my 35's maybe later in the year

    Eric

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    Damn I wish I could but I just moved to CO about a month ago and I had to leave my Blazer in CA at my parents just could'nt figure out how to drive it and my pick at the same time when I moved. Hopefully I'll go get in a few months.
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    Sorry TJ I did not mean it like that. I understand how it goes I just lost all the power to the inside of the cab. I'll find it sometime. As for the rear end take your time bud I'll wait for it mine hasn't fell out yet anyway but then I don't go far ether.

    Later Eric

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