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On a serious note (and also to hyjack the thread - a minion trade mark) the minions were formed from the regulars in the offroad forum who more or less knew the correct way of doing most any common upgrade to offroad trucks. We got tired of the constant (almost daily) stacked body lift, 38"+ tires on a D44, 36"+ tires on a TTB, BFG AT mud capability questions.
Im not saying we are all knowing but if you have a serious question about a serious offroad truck Ill guarantee someone could give you the correct answer.
Im was just tired of seeing bad or wrong information given throughout the forum. For example if you searched the correct way to lift Meanie and you see 3 threads saying front lift blocks and 1 thread saying new springs or drop hangers what would a normal newb do? Probably the most popular answer right?
Im trying to stop that and give everyone the best solution to the problem. The problem with that is sometimes when people spend hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on a incorrect lift(etc) they dont want to believe they did the wrong thing and sometimes get offended. This has caused numerous problems for us but luckily some of the Admin/Mods have realized we are only trying to help and have overlooked most of our sarcasms.
Please do not PM me. My email is STGCountryboy312 at AOL dot COM
Its like if I jumped in and told you how to resore a 54 ford truck. I might be able to tell you how to bolt the bumper on but I wouldnt know the trick to doing it.
June 14th range trip and July 14th Drehers?
both good with me.
June 14th and July 12... I'll go ahead and jot it down on the calender and possibly see about reserving the spot we had last year. I hope I can spot Marc better this time if he takes his dually down in the "woods"- them mirrors arn't cheap ya kno....
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