Well, today was that kind of a day. A tiddly while back, I had my disabled K5 behind my house which was newly built and still has the typical construction yard treatment - dirt yard. I had the rear differential removed in the 12 bolt and had removed the front locking hubs beause of my recent 1/2 ton sale. Well, I had a fellow K5er show up today to purchase more of my parts. In trying to get the rig Mo-Bile, I messed around with the factory Spicer type locking hubs for more than an hour (thats why I ditched them previously). After finally getting the K5 Front Wheel Drive, I beat around in the mud for a good 30 minutes trying to get to the shop. We ended up hooking up a 2wd S-10 lowrider to the K5 for a nice pull to the level. Well, I get to the parking area and (after having the cars moved out of harms way) I backed into my car! Drivers door of the Bimmer is a little rashed by my right rear tire. I am such a dork /forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif. I didnt even look! Whell, here is were I turn loonier. Matt reminded me that I had just backed into my car... I do the typical WTF and jump out for a quick look see. It really didnt look that bad - the trim ripped a little loose, the mirror folded back (safety feature). What do I do next? I jump back into the truck and proceed to detach my truck from its speed bump. I hear this nice rrrRRriiiip and PoP! I rip the mirror off and crease the door. The freakin thing is, had I just simply moved the car instead of the truck, the damage would have been one Nascar style black mark on the fender and door (cool anyway) and the need to re-install the trim. /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif Just goes to show, things don't always go as planned. Thatd' be a bull fat parody. Matt, I hope you made it home safely with your parts. Now, lets hear Your side of the story.