Discussion in 'Blazer Bash' started by ashman, Sep 10, 2020.
Wow. Glad you are ok.
@Raggedy_Ann broke a steering pump shaft on Steel Bender.
I am glad that you guys are not injured. Glad that your cage worked! Now you have given me more to think about after our discussion at the trailhead Saturday.
Oh definitely, encourage the cage 1000%!! I'd be in bad bad shape without it right now.
With a cage also comes the added bonus of better storage and tie down solutions, which helps during those “less than ideal” positions. Much safer. Glad we made it through the weekend ok.
Please be extra careful and alert driving home, for those who haven’t left yet.
I was hoping he didn't go alone or a small group, and had some veterans on his side. Made my happy to see Chris in the pictures.
Woke up to this.
That would drive me utterly insane until I found the noise haha
It didn’t take long to find. Truck is backed up to the welder at the moment
So does that mount need triangulation?
You got it!
Friday on cliff hanger I popped the front driveshaft u-joint climbing out the last ledges to road. It was a quick fix as just the ubolt straps broke and the caps shot off.
Trailer blowout, one more wasn’t looking good, bought a new set of 12 plys
Now I have two spares.
I may have axle issues?
I took 5 trailer spares with me.
I thought when the center comes off like that it’s because the cords separate, usually from being older and from sitting. I’m sure someone will say I’m wrong.
not full vert but I have an 86 body
Yep. That’s the unfortunate thing about trailers. Tires don’t do well sitting. You have a super nice trailer, good tires. But if they site for any time, the tires have a likely chance of coming apart when they have a load.
Or you have cheep wheels and they leak.
I can not afford to keep doing this.
Another tire gone. Checked them all with a gauge before leaving this morning. These tires are at least 8 years old I realized. Aged out of service.
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