Don't get to do it real often and especially since my truck is new to me
it's kinda hard to take it down there right now. but my friends and I like
to go down to the river here and camp, and there is plenty of sand/mud to
make anyone happy...
well i just joined this group hoping to talk about 4x4 performance and
upgrades, not all these daily problems on the new trucks. I have an 1989 K5
700R4 - NP241 - D60 5.13 LOCKED - 14FF 5.13 DISC LOCKED - 37" SSR - 4" TC EZ
RIDE & ORD FLIP and constantly work on it for fun, i'm getting rock sliders,
tube bumpers, soft top, etc etc for it. I hope this news group can offer me
some ideas and such for it.
I know what you mean dude. I have an 85 K-10 LWB that I'm thinking about
building up. Just slapped on a set of 33s for the time being, but I have a
set of 35x14.5 SS TSLs in the garage that are begging to go on the truck.
What other NG and BB do you hang out at?
I have been on this NG for about 3 months and haven't seen anything on true
build ups for wheeling.
well only this NG really, but i'm a real active member over at www.ck5.com,
or just go to the message forums here http://tinyurl.com/yql9v that is the
"garage" forum but its the most active and non paying members can post
there. My username is BranndonC.
Derek you do not know what you are talking about!
I also have a 1989 K5 Full size blazer 4X4,
And after my "4 lift and new motor (crate) 5.7 400 HP and 33's I can
just about go anywhere I want! Cornering is a dream. Sure you have to be
an adult and not get yourself killed!
You sound like a puss!
"I better not do it or I'm Gonna get hurt"
Get yourself a little jimmy and lower it!
You will feel better driving mom around.
(No pun Jimmy guys)
I'm thinking about getting a body lift as well.
I pull guys out of mudd and snow here in Wisconsin and the guys and a
few girls are now getting lift kits!
Madison. Better late than never on the snow thing!
Northern Wisconsin has been getting hamered.
It's about time that we had our turn.
Makes me happy! Better fishing going on then.
Need te snow cover on the Lakes.
Lookin for the 22" Large Mouth Bass.
Somehow,on Mon, 26 Jan 2004 11:54:53 -0600 (CST), firstname.lastname@example.org
(Web Master) managed to spout out:
I'll tell you what. you send me some warm, dry weather, and I'll trade
you all the snow and ice you want. I want to ride my bike but can't
get it down the driveway.
by the way - I think there's a couple of muskies up here in Pelican
Lake calling your name...
`02 Silverado 2500HD
not since yesterday down in Red Rock Canyon SP in Southern Cal and the
day before that in Death Valley NP......BUT my roomie and passenger
Lorna wouldn't let me drive to Racetrack Playa after seeing the warning
sign of [4WD only next 30 miles] (damn she's no fun no mo)
Would you believe there's a place called Crankshaft Junction in Death
A fork in the sand-gravel-dirt-rock road where people have left a pile
of rusty crankshafts!!! LOL
I came across a spot out in the Allegan swamp where someone had arranged
four old wheels and an oil pan to look like someone flipped and sunk...
At least, I *think* someone arranged them - it's mighty deep out there...(I
could afford to find it funny, I was horseback.)
email@example.com (ken) wrote in
Hey Flakey! I am headed to Stovepipe for my 10 year wedding anniversary in
May. Any information or advise regarding taking my '99 Yukon out. How
well are the trails marked? Do they have narrow trails marked for mini's
By May it's gonna be fairly hot there....They give ya a map when
collecting the park fee...the roads northwest out of Scotty's Castle are
all rock/gravel, but the main roads are fine.
If ya send me your snail address I'll mail it to you so you can see
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