Just wondering. I usually try not to unless it's for a work related purpose. Not because I'm mean or a stingy friend... just cause it's always me who has to fix everything that breaks. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif I had brand new clutches in my Crew Cab and Orange Blazer. Hardly any miles on them. Last spring, I let friend's drive them around in preparation for the mud races, dragging car hulks, frames, etc. It's almost like these people had never droven manuals before. I never slipped one of those clutches before... cause they were brand new, and worked perfect. After seeing smoke clouds a couple times, I was like "thats' it". Same weekend, I had another friend driving the truckblazer, and it was still locked in 4-low, and he got on and off the gas, made it kind of hop, then SNAP... there went the 4 front driveline bolts. I've had another truck come back before with a wasted throwout bearing and some scratches and scrapes, and a bent front tie rod and two blown tires.