LoL, I never get my hopes up for snow anymore. . .last I heard all we are getting is a slushy mix turning to rain
Axle is all assembled! All I have left to do (unless I decide to reset the drivers side brake rotor) is to paint the hubs and figure out how to mount a track bar when I throw it under
I tell you what, my stuff may not be Hi-Po or crammed with top end parts. . .but my **** always looks good
That **** does look good too.
And from Miss I
Originally Posted by MissIndependent
well last night around 2 am, i was loading a couple fillies onto my trailer from the shoulder of i-64 near greenbrier. my friend called about 1:30 to ask if i could bring my trailer and come get them...her tagalong jack-knifed and flipped on the high-rise bridge...
I hope everybody and horse came out OK, give us an update.
99 F150 XLT 4.6 Super Cab Flare Side
yeah, everyone's ok...my friend was about as frazzled as i've ever seen her though. her expedition miraculously stayed upright when it hit the guard rail, and the trailer just came off the hitch and snapped the safety chains...
the ponies' legs got scraped up, so they're on bute and stall rest, but no permanent damage. except possibly the trailer...we're feeling pretty thankful!
"she's not crazy, just a little misunderstood"
1996 F250 XLT 7.3L PSD SC/LB 4x4, auto, 4.10s, 4" suspension lift on 37" Goodyear Wrangler MTs, 6637 air filter, 208k+ mi and counting
Plotting: stacks, gauges, tw chip, cat/muffler delete, and more that won't fit
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