Crazy now non violent my rollover was today. Was crawling up a steep hill to leave the trails and hit this huge stump. Going so slow that my truck died out, so I started rolling backwards and got on the brakes right away. The guy that owns the land told me, "Just roll back a hair, wedge your tires up against the burm, start it up, and get going again." Well I listened to him like a dumbass instead of just backing down the hill and my 38s jumped right over that burm, putting me into a serious off camber spot (although I didn't realize exactly how off-camber I was, it never felt funny at all). Obviously nothing with a carb is going to run leaning way over like that so trying to move was a waste of time. I guess I moved backwards just a hair more and my tires slipped off the high part of the hill into a rut and over onto the side we went. Amazing now non-violent an off road rollover is. I'd expected to one day be screaming through a mud pit, balls to the wall and all the sudden hit a hidden bump in the hole and go over onto my roof. Never imagined I'd be crawling in granny gear and end up rolling over. Remember that green K5 from the Hank's Jamboree pics a few weeks ago? (the one with the 383, TH 400, NP 205, 1 ton axles, power loc, detroit, 5.13s, 44" boggers, etc) He ended up pulling my truck all the way back down the hill on its side, then a bunch of guys pushed it back onto its wheels. I poured two quarts of oil in it, started it up, and drove it home. I beat the piss out of my truck today though, had a great time. No breakage, the rollover caved my fender, door, and the side of my cab in but no glass breakage because the window was open, and the only other damage besides that was that my cab light broke all the way on the left. That green K5 is absoutely awesome. I can't even put it into words. 6,000 RPM 383 stroker, all forged and balanced, world products sportsman II heads, cam, etc., built TH 400 with 3500 stall, a total of 3 fans, two electric and the mechanical, 35 spline outers and drive flanges in front, 1350 driveshafts, FULL HYDRUALIC STEERING with no drag link or anything just a hydraulic ram, 5.13s, Power loc front detroit rear, 44" Boggers on 15" wheels, 8" BDS front springs, 8" superlift springs in the rear, 3" body lift, some serious fender trimming......oh it's just sweet. We finally managed to get him stuck, but you couldn't drive a tank where we did. My friend's K30 with a 454 kept seperating his front shaft so I had to pull him out. I was really worried that I'd break my truck as I didn't think it was heavy enough to get that thing to move, but we hooked up the 6" recovery strap and went at it and everything was ok. I had to yank him like three times but he actually did come out. I was soooo proud of my truck too. The green K5's owner got some awesome video too, hopefully he'll share it with me. Some pretty cool pics of my K10 screaming through a mud pit all over the rev limiter and everything.