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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 3rdshiftdesign, Oct 3, 2005.
It will probably buff out.
yeah, i imagine so.
ya gotta beat'em sometime's or they get outa hand. hahahah Look's like you had fun
holy crap.. following jeeps a lil bit?
well, the major damage came about when I got to the top of a hill climb (couldnt see what was up top) and I nailed a tree. it was pretty funny.
anyhow, i just got the replacement parts I need, so i'm going to fix it back up, so i can do the same thing next weekend.
Sounds like its time to either tube it or place a standing order. Looks like fun though.
Well, I'm going to replace the sheetmetal. and build a front external roll cage , and for the back it will be inside. should be pretty neat. I might draw it up in autocad tonite and see how much it's going to weigh and such.
also need some new bumpers. so will go get steel prices as well.
Getting there, just picked up another door today, to put on. then steel, then i'll ruin it, and just chop it all up :-\
Weld coupling nuts to desired sheetmetal.Thread large slidehammer into nut.Yank the hell out of it until desired straightness.Repeat as nessesary
Ya almost cant even tell I crashed into a rock in the Little Sluice I figure why replace it when I am just gonna crash again anyways
i had the parts laying around and i do (or should) plow with this truck until tomorrow -- maybe i'm picking up a 1990 35004x4 stake body dump.
if thats the case, i wont have a shell left on the k5 after a couple more nights....
see that makes it stronger work hardened i think they call it.
well it looks tougher anyway i know i would steer clear of its way in the interstate.
i think people would stay clear so a fender wouldnt fall off or some other body part.
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