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Put my junk on it's side ...again

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bajaviking, May 3, 2006.

  1. bajaviking

    bajaviking 1/2 ton status

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    Here a picture from my last wheeling trip. This was a very narrow dried out river bed that just kept getting more and more narrow until I couldn't fit anymore. After pulling it backwards a little and getting back on all 4 wheels and topping of the tranny fluid it kept on going. My q-jet will actually continue to run for a little even after it is completely on it's side but since I had no oilpressure I turned it off:D

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  2. 84zz4ss

    84zz4ss 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Looks like a good time.
     
  3. marv_springer

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    Niiiiiccceee....!

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    I found the same with my q-jet. I lose oil pressure before I lose idle when I am on my side. Point me strait up though and nothing works right.
     
  5. stallion85

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    Are you trying to dig the side of the hole out to level out the truck? LOL J/K

    Looks like a fun time, chicks dig this kind of stuff:)
     
  6. bajaviking

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    Yeah actually we were trying to dig out a little dirt, the problem was that when we pushed it over it kept rolling back on it's side and we thought that if we could just dig a little dirt out from under the front tire it would be enough to make it not flop back over, after we got tired of that we just dragged it backwards with another truck for about 15 feet and then pushed it over. Good thing the camo spray paint is cheap, I have some serious touch up to do this week end :haha: :p: :haha:
     
  7. marinecorps

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    I would like to see your camo truck but i am not a paying member could you post it so i could see it when you get a chance. I am thinking of painting mine camo.
     

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