Blazerbash 2020 carnage thread

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  1. Capt Ron

    Capt Ron Minus .7 liters Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I think Dave meant take the tire off of the rim without removing the rim.
     
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    Not going to happen for me. Will pay the money and continue on.
     
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    He meant take the tire off the rim without dismounting it
     
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    imiceman44 Hoarder extraordinaire Premium Member

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    Oh, Ron beat me to it.
    Yeah I have seen it once but never had the chance to do it, always had inner flat or both one time on the trailer, drove 99 miles to get them replaced
     
  5. Capt Ron

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    Yea, anytime there on an outside duel and the bead is already broke that's how I take em off. I need 2 bars to get them off and 3 to put them back on but I have seen tire guys do em with just 2. Funny thing is I just did one about an hour after my previous post. I totally understand Wade's position though, if you do not have truck tire irons just let a tire guy do it.
     
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    6872xtc make mine modified Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Yes sir. That is exactly what I meant. I have done it and watched guys do it. The shop that takes care of our fleet will usually do it this way. I learned it 30 years ago....
    :doah:

    Pulling one without tire irons to get a loaded mixer moving again is a pain, period.
     
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  7. Bent77

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    Bent the front bumper. Again
    Other than that, just rock rash. Cleaned a bunch of paint of the passenger side. Bad co-pilot

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  8. nvrenuf

    nvrenuf I grind my welds. Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Isn’t pin stripe cheating??

    Nice faux trim, I was a believer.
     
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    It's really good for covering my bad paint lines :rotfl:
     
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    Should orange stripe, 77 only. Black could be 75 76 78......
     

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