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Old 11-24-2010, 10:37 PM
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Haulin my Rock Crawler on my little 5th wheel....


The rope across the back tire of my buggy is just holdin the gate up. kinda looks like its holdin the buggy on haha
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So you're saying that in order to be considered "working" it has to be sittin' on the bump stops? Let's see some pics of your truck working.

Not much weight in this pic but right after you pull the trigger, it sure is alot like work. Only a five point but it'll taste just fine


Not at all, just making an observation. I wish I had some of the photos from when I had the Ranger loaded down...it was a good time. Usally this was runs to a transfer station...
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Old 11-25-2010, 11:51 AM
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some old and new shots of my truck in action...













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Old 11-25-2010, 12:13 PM
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some old and new shots of my truck in action...














Silver Lake, having some fun huh? Miss that place
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Old 11-25-2010, 02:09 PM
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Looks like good thread to repost my idea of working the truck. And NO, the trailer jack is not touching the ground.

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Old 11-25-2010, 02:22 PM
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Looks like good thread to repost my idea of working the truck. And NO, the trailer jack is not touching the ground.

WOW! that is working! Hope that since the picture was taken you have displayed a CA# / Motor Carrier Permit. One also needs a class A CDL to pull that trailer. Glad to see it being used what it's intended for and hope you are keeping busy!
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Old 11-25-2010, 03:49 PM
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Yeah. The law in CA can be tricky. The truck was registered for 10 years under it net weight and that was it. Than in last 3 years all hells got loose. I had to get weight sticker (it is already on the picture taken almost year ago) displaying gross COMBINED weight, than I had to put CA # and business name (I don't have one, so put "Kris" on it) than they make me going via weight stations what is another bull*** since nobody weighted anything anymore in the state. They just use the old weigh stations for random inspections. Last time they stopped me with my wife coming back from our Reno (casinos) night and hold 1 hr for full truck inspection. This is all on privately owned truck used for private hauling. Going commercial I have to get DOT #, medical, drugs screening and about 1/2 of dozen other requirements.
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Old 11-25-2010, 05:59 PM
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Some pics of mine with my old TT

My first load, came in around 10K on the trailer and another 1K of marble in the bed
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Was that jeep trail rated ?
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Can someone please tell me how to add pics? I'm such a noob......
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I can try, not great at explaining.

First, you need to go to an online photo website such as Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket (thats what i use and will explain with, its an easy website to use), create an account and upload your photos there.Then once they are uploaded, view the picture you want to put on here and look on the right for the "Direct Link". Click on it, then come back to FTE, go to make a comment and in the options above the text box you will see a yellow square with mountains and a sun "Insert Image". Click and copy+paste and then hit ok, then submit comment reply and it should be there. I hope that wasnt too confusing, i tried
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First, my 03 "Working" to save me and my family after some urban reject chucked a cinder block off the over pass while we were doing 70mph down the highway...



I have the 5.4 and usually have a shell on, so she doesn't do the work that most of your trucks do. But, here are a few pics of my then 8 year old son tearing up the pasture.









Thanks for the help Acf6!
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First, my 03 "Working" to save me and my family after some urban reject chucked a cinder block off the over pass while we were doing 70mph down the highway...



I have the 5.4 and usually have a shell on, so she doesn't do the work that most of your trucks do. But, here are a few pics of my then 8 year old son tearing up the pasture.









Thanks for the help Acf6!
Nice truck! Glad my help worked lol
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Old 11-26-2010, 06:14 AM
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Nice truck! Glad my help worked lol
You have no idea how important it is for you to take him out and do that. Kudo's to you for that.
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Its not working to hard in this picture, but its like this most of the time.
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