>working on my mudder for next year as i type maybe i might
>go to buckley next summer. only about a half hour drive if
>that from my house
Cool, I will inform you about the runs for next year when I get the new schedule. There is a possibility that skyliner wont have them anymore due to poor spectator turnout, caused by inadequate advertising not because of a bad show. Did you know about the two that were held there this year?
I've never done any muddin but i'd like to get in to it with this new truck I've got.
1986 F250 xl 4x4 302 AOD
think this could be good? I'd need some help knowing what things are best to put on my truck and what stuff i need as a driver etc...
>I've never done any muddin but i'd like to get in to it with
>this new truck I've got.
>1986 F250 xl 4x4 302 AOD
>think this could be good? I'd need some help knowing what
>things are best to put on my truck and what stuff i need as
>a driver etc...
You will first need to decide if this truck will still be driven on the road,If you go crazy modifying it the drivability can be comprimised.
There is a factory stock class though.Your truck should do fine and this would be the cheapest route.If you run the factory stock class you will want some good tires,and a heavy right foot.
I have been to the mesick run before,I may go next year depending on if the truck is ready.Mother's day weekend is pretty early in the season for me usually.
Have you looked at my gallery? Click on the little pic next to my name and it will take you right to it.
yeah some great shots. This stock class your talking about sounds good. I'd still like to drive it in the winter since my daily driver is an 89 F150 2by so i might need some extra grip. plus i need it for deer hunting tommarrow's the day. taking school off and everything.If you go to mesick we'll keep in touch and maybe i can meet you there and hang out.. see what its like as a day in the pits. THat run is usually tough although that guy with the jeep made all the way through last year and won it.