Discussion in 'Event Photo's' started by CK5, Oct 3, 2005.
Post'em if you got'em
Heres the ones I took... (click for larger)
Starting Hells Revenge:
Brandons trail repair:
And thats all I have
Man, that looks like fun. Is it at the same time every year?
Winching my axle back into place:
Max droop right front:
Stephen doing his thing:
Looks like broken wheel too.
Here is some of mine, more to come.
Sorry about the link but I need to downsize them to load here.
I have many more to come.
Yes, I Broke the wheel, big hole in the Tire, cracked knuckle, and maybe some loosened up heim joints.
Big unseen ledge with excessive speed and real low tire pressure.
Still managed to have a great time on Saturday at the rock race while everybody did their trail runs. I think we were only gone from town for 2 1/2 hours or so on the buggy fix.
I am having PC problems right now. About to head to Best Buy and get a new puter. Should have pic's up tonight, hopefully. I am headed for the Elk hunt in Utah on Wednesday afternoon. Wish me luck!
My webshots should be up by now . I just dumped my whole camera into it . Some with the Amigos and some with the Sheetmetal gang
Nice shots Pauly!
Well, I got all of my 139 high res photos on Webshots.
The link is http://community.webshots.com/album/468192215Oticpc
Here is one of my favorites,
You go Walley!!
Here is a link to mine. Just got the PC up and runnin kind of...Web shots
Leaving for the Elk hunt tomorrow. Will chat with you guys later....
Which reminds me , the guy with the rust hole in his door lent me a ratchet strap and I need to know who he is , I owe him
So whos the guy who flipped the trailer??? Bet that was a fun ride.
Good pics yall. One of these days I plan to be there (when gas prices go down).
Who's the guy with the flipped trailer/k5 on the highway???
His name was Brian. He was a friend of Toms who drove the white K5 with us on Friday at Hells Revenge. He was the guy running open diffs on Friday. When Britney and I were heading out of town on Friday we saw some police cars and what looked like an accident. After we passed we noticed it was a guy we ran with on Firday. We stopped and waited with him till the tow truck came and plopped it back on all fours. There were only a few scratches to his K5 too My wife drove his K5 back into town and we followed him while he towed the trailer to a repair shop. They were going to repair it on Monday, he also had borrowed the trailer so he was pretty much screwed. Good guy though, he didn't let it ruin his weekend. He just was glad that he was ok and there was little damage
Hey Stallion can you elaberate on what happend..how did he flip it?
Brian was towing the full body K5 on the trailer with a half Ton Z71 with no load distribution hitch. I don't know if he had a trailer brake control or not???
I also don't know about his trailer driving experiance??
He was passed by a Semi or other large vehicle which got the trailer swaying and he hit the brakes instead of the gas. I guess that was enough to get the trailer really over powering the truck and over the trailer went.
They got a tow bar in town and limped the trailer behind the truck and Tom towed the blazer with a tow bar behind his blazer back to the ORD shop.
Tom is one of the ORD guys and Brian is a good friend of his.
I think that everybody was just glad that nothing or nobody really got hurt in the whole deal. Brian was real lucky.
That's one bad move . Even with my heavy E-350 van things can get a little scary. That part of the highway doesn't have much for a shoulder and has a lot of bumps to get things going. I'm really glad that they are OK.
When I caught up to the guys at Fins & Things, Tom told me what happened.
I was ready to head out there but we decided to let Tom check it out 1st and tell us if they needed a hand.
You know me, I would have dropped everything if needed but I never heard back from Tom.
That's gotts suck .
OK, what about somemore pictures guys (of the fun)
Here's some of my favorites.
Gold Bar Rim:
Fins 'n' Things:
Potato Salad Hill:
The first link in my sig has all the photos I've uploaded.
Separate names with a comma.