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post #28321 of 41864 Old 06-22-2013, 11:17 PM
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I think the SF is San Fernando valley. Which is LA.
You couldn't of told me this hours ago lol I would of been on my way to LA by now

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post #28322 of 41864 Old 06-22-2013, 11:51 PM
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They don't cry when they get three years. They get three hots and a cot and to them it is a vacation. Besides, I don't want to see criminals cry, I want to see them bleed out. Further, you have to be careful with salt, that **** will get you time in prison. It raises questions as to your use of force. As in was the deadly force that you used really needed?
****ing serous! the court system is ****ed up. Either you call the cops when you see them trying to get in and the cops take there time getting there. Or you shoot them and risk going to jail. Even the of you shoot them in your house it's legal. You better kill them if there in your house or they'll come up with a bull**** lie... Rant done atleast it wasn't a illegal immigrant rant id still be going
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post #28323 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 12:03 AM
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So this is what I did all day!
Looks funner then what I did today. Went to do my rear wheel bearing. It started off bad I had my tires done awhile ago at a shop they put the lugs on a little to tight first bolt I had to remove the sleeve and hammered a sparkplug socket on it and had to do the same with the rest minus the sleeve thing. Fyi sparkplug sockets are good because you can put a 4 way on the end of it. Removed my drum took the diff cover off and the damn bolt that holds the locking pin I had nothing that would fit it had a socket that would but not with the ratchet on it grinded down the socket to. So I found some lugs sealed my diff back up and filled it up. Hate having a inadequate tool supply sometimes
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post #28324 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 12:27 AM
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Looks funner then what I did today. Went to do my rear wheel bearing. It started off bad I had my tires done awhile ago at a shop they put the lugs on a little to tight first bolt I had to remove the sleeve and hammered a sparkplug socket on it and had to do the same with the rest minus the sleeve thing. Fyi sparkplug sockets are good because you can put a 4 way on the end of it. Removed my drum took the diff cover off and the damn bolt that holds the locking pin I had nothing that would fit it had a socket that would but not with the ratchet on it grinded down the socket to. So I found some lugs sealed my diff back up and filled it up. Hate having a inadequate tool supply sometimes
No one asked
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post #28325 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 12:42 AM
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Robby is a effin monster!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CV_0Lh_1-wg

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post #28326 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 12:48 AM
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No one asked
well lol it just pissed me off. fullcoverage cover a wheel bearing making a car tire fly off lol
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post #28327 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 10:40 AM
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So I used to have a Jeep...

Does it count if I had a stock Jeep Wrangler before I bought the Tacoma? I don't want you Jeep guys to get all technical!

Anyway, been here in London for two months and finally able to have some kind of routine. Instead of doing yard work in crappy June weather I decided to play with some video stuff!

Thanks again to all you guys for jumping in to help and spending a long day in the desert trying to keep my truck running! As it turns out, we might come calling again for some help before the end of the year! Hope you guys are all doing well!

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post #28328 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 11:29 AM
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Looks good Jason. It was a privilege to participate in not only that day, but personally seeing the truck develop and be built. Hope London isn't too much of a drag and I look forward to the next time the truck races.
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post #28329 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
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post #28330 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 12:02 PM
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Awesome vid Jason. I really had a great time at the race. Anytime you guys need help I'm down. Between that race and khris posting vids I'm turning into a junky. Hopefully you can get back soon and enjoy some more time behind the wheel of that beast. Oh I don't have a running jeep either and it isn't to bad around here.
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post #28331 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 02:47 PM
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Does it count if I had a stock Jeep Wrangler before I bought the Tacoma? I don't want you Jeep guys to get all technical!

Anyway, been here in London for two months and finally able to have some kind of routine. Instead of doing yard work in crappy June weather I decided to play with some video stuff!

Thanks again to all you guys for jumping in to help and spending a long day in the desert trying to keep my truck running! As it turns out, we might come calling again for some help before the end of the year! Hope you guys are all doing well!

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPc4YxAQMqs
Welcome to the nuthouse/funny farm - Great video, those are some impressive machines and some amazing skills; you guys did a great job of holding your own. BTW, thanks for all you are doing for our country!
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post #28332 of 41864 Old 06-23-2013, 10:03 PM
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Finally got that 6 speed trans outta my garage and gained back my jack stand storage space!


Wanna see how not to build an engine cage?

http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/cto/3888571890.html


1st, no crossover tube tieing the two hoops together. They need it bad!!! Trust me!
2nd, I don't see a 3rd tube kicking inwards to the top inner most edge of the frame rail to give at least a little triangulation.
3rd. coilovers mounted on simple long tabs that aren't tied into anything AND are off the side of the tube! 100% promise that either the welds are going to fail or that tube is going to rip open eventually from supporting the weight of the vehicle. Think about the amount of leverage on those upper shock tabs!

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post #28333 of 41864 Old 06-24-2013, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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Finally got that 6 speed trans outta my garage and gained back my jack stand storage space!


Wanna see how not to build an engine cage?

http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/cto/3888571890.html


1st, no crossover tube tieing the two hoops together. They need it bad!!! Trust me!
2nd, I don't see a 3rd tube kicking inwards to the top inner most edge of the frame rail to give at least a little triangulation.
3rd. coilovers mounted on simple long tabs that aren't tied into anything AND are off the side of the tube! 100% promise that either the welds are going to fail or that tube is going to rip open eventually from supporting the weight of the vehicle. Think about the amount of leverage on those upper shock tabs!

and whats up with the duct tape?


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post #28334 of 41864 Old 06-24-2013, 10:06 AM
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Custom reservoir mounts... I'm pretty sure every vehicle at my house has had that custom touch at one point or another...

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post #28335 of 41864 Old 06-24-2013, 11:02 AM
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Just ordered a gallon of gunmetal grey dip... gonna be doing a jeep hardtop in a couple weeks. Gotta get the race truck out of my garage first. I'll post up some before and after pics when I do it.

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