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06-07-2006 02:55 PM
dusmcbro
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Originally Posted by bluvikng
I didn't think you AZ wheelers were happy until you rolled....

Shredding your driveshaft is better than cracking your t-case, or tranny.......lol.

You sure do know how to play rough.........

Sure do need some pix from your wheeling.......bet they would be awesome.

BTW......you didn't scare Hackel and Absolute Offroad away, did you?
If I recall T-case and tranny issues you can check off of the list of things to break
05-31-2006 06:30 PM
1BLKJP
Quote:
Originally Posted by bluvikng
I didn't think you AZ wheelers were happy until you rolled....

Shredding your driveshaft is better than cracking your t-case, or tranny.......lol.

You sure do know how to play rough.........

Sure do need some pix from your wheeling.......bet they would be awesome.

BTW......you didn't scare Hackel and Absolute Offroad away, did you?
Ha, I haven't rolled mine yet, but I'm just biding my time until I do. It's gonna happen some day.

And hell yeah, the dshaft is easily replaceable.

Nah, Hackle and Joe are still around. I saw Joe today. He was replacing the front CA mounts he twisted up last weekend.
05-30-2006 09:21 PM
bluvikng
AZ Wheelers

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Originally Posted by 1BLKJP
Almost rolled mine myself this weekend.

Only carnage for me this weekend was a slightly shredded front driveshaft (however it's still in working condition)
I didn't think you AZ wheelers were happy until you rolled....

Shredding your driveshaft is better than cracking your t-case, or tranny.......lol.

You sure do know how to play rough.........

Sure do need some pix from your wheeling.......bet they would be awesome.

BTW......you didn't scare Hackel and Absolute Offroad away, did you?
05-30-2006 06:15 PM
1BLKJP Nice pics. Almost rolled mine myself this weekend. Tried to roll a buddies to, but he got too smart and back it out. No pics though. His wife is new to taking wheelin pics and was having problems getting the digi to work at the right moment.

Only carnage for me this weekend was a slightly shredded front driveshaft (however it's still in working condition)
05-30-2006 08:50 AM
jeeperman Looks like you guys had a lot of fun! Only 30 more days until my next trip! Will try to get more pics then! Keep yours coming!
05-29-2006 01:57 PM
jj33002 Great pics man!!! Looks like everyone had a good time. Hopefully not to much got tore up!
05-29-2006 12:31 AM
Texapple oh my.....


that looks....exciting - scary - fun? depending on view point
hope the only "damage" was scratched paint
05-28-2006 11:19 PM
bluvikng
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05-28-2006 11:17 PM
bluvikng
Memorial Day weekend Carnage

Some pictures from our club outing at Gilmer, TX.

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