Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mikey_d05, Nov 19, 2005.
Backin' up ?
This is why you modify the BOTTOM of the door hinge pins, not the top!
Naw, I was on a trail that hasn't been conquered without a winch and an inch of snow melted this morning and turned the hill into grease. I went balls out, got sideways and slid into the tree so hard that it broke the glass, buckled the inside panel, and folded it so that the door no longer reached the striker bolt. It wouldn't stay shut so I just took it off and threw it in the back of my friend's pickup.
I had to hook up to get to the top though....only one other person even dared to try and they didn't make it without a cable either. if I'm the first one to make it that trail will be named "Driver's Door Demise".
Where was this at? I'm laying around the house sick this weekend
Right outside of Hudson, not a far haul from you, just a small group though...and it's definitely not fullsize friendly, none of the panels on my truck are even close to straight after today.
Reason #537 why Sheetmetal is better than fiberglass and plastic.
Looks like tube doors are on the shopping list.
That hit probably would have bent anything less than 1 3/4" .120 wall
Also, I'm thinking of going to a 'yota cab and frame or a tube frame so I'm holding off on all purchases that don't deal directly with the drivetrain and running gear and can't be transferred to another vehicle.
I need a front locker though, the guy who owned the property has a Rubi on 38" SX's and he walked up half the stuff that I throttled up. I've got a crappy vid that someone took that shows my front LS one-wheeling in about .02 seconds.
Now thats the stuff i like to see... and here i thought you were a pussy and never wheeled your **** good boy....
he he, oops is right. looks like a good time though
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