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 on: Today at 02:45:35 AM 
Started by sleepsontoilet - Last post by 5BrothersFabrication
Roof panel, interior panel, skid plates, subframe, link mounts, fixture kit, etc. Every option aside from a GheyK hood.

I'm glad you think they are played out too. In the fiberglass world, options are limitless...


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 on: Yesterday at 10:10:20 PM 
Started by redneckengineered - Last post by Eddyj
Everyone I know has had good luck out of them. Now a 3rd gen... good luck... bout 50/50 on whether or not they completely go out.

My next one will be auto.. I love my 6spd but then again I don't daily it. The times I get stuck In traffic in it drive me nuts.
Yeah but when you can get a pretty well built trans for a turd gen for only $3500 that’s not horrible.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:39:07 PM 
Started by Beerj - Last post by xjmarc
I thought about that after I posted.  We used to let the chicken shit sit in piles till it broke down and sold it.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:30:30 PM 
Started by The Luke - Last post by jeeptj99
Report...they make good junk drawer fodder. Got them both but I can’t bring myself to downsize that far. My current one is about to give up the ghost so I may try the leather one soon.


Well let me know how you like it. I want one I’m just a cheap bastard

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 on: Yesterday at 08:26:24 PM 
Started by redneckengineered - Last post by B.DRAKE
32’ dual tandem trailer. With full size bobcat with attachments. Plus a few tons of dirt/gravel/ brush or whatever every day. 

On a typical day my duramax gross weight is 25,000#

Dot got me one day at 33,000#     He told me to get a x3 tag and I would be fine pulling that kinda weight with a one ton.

Yea you may need a 550 or 5500 shit

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 on: Yesterday at 07:26:13 PM 
Started by Rumpledforskin - Last post by ranger11
Do you really have 70k tied up in that? Not being funny I'm just wondering. 

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 on: Yesterday at 07:14:55 PM 
Started by redneckengineered - Last post by Eddyj
I’m at 150000 pulling heavy a lot. No issues

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 on: Yesterday at 06:53:19 PM 
Started by Beerj - Last post by onepieceatatime
Maybe this is a dumb question but I didn't grow up on a farm, just worked in chicken houses.  But why would you cook cow shit?
Bag it and sell it for garden fertilizer.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:43:20 PM 
Started by Beerj - Last post by xjmarc
I don't know if it's still #1 Or not but when I was a millwright we installed a Roaster in the country's largest under roof feed lot up here in Ohio. Can't remember how many cows they had but I know it was a shit ton. They had a fleet of single axle dump trucks hauling shit all day long. They'd pile it up and run it through the roaster we installed. That was a shitty job!

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Maybe this is a dumb question but I didn't grow up on a farm, just worked in chicken houses.  But why would you cook cow shit?

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 on: Yesterday at 05:44:06 PM 
Started by Mattman347 - Last post by jta
Have some small change on hand too. Oklahoma has some toll roads if I remember right. Pay by axle.

I didn't pay any tolls in Oklahoma.


Do you have any pictures of the trip?  Post them up if you do.  Never been, but maybe someday make it that way. 




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I haven't went through my pics from this year's trip but I have some from last year.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/PgEh6JkVzKPu6wSp8


There is a lot more to do than just wheel in Moab. I highly recommend checking out Arches National Park and Deadhorse Point State park. Deadhorse shouldn't take to long but you could spend more than day at Arches.

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