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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-30-2009, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
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the kid had kids

well i went and got married had kids and got blazer


Bryce and Jillian


83/85/87/88/89 k5 blazer
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-31-2009, 09:13 AM Thread Starter
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on its side, factory headlights.


few more. oru sfa conversion shackles holding 89-98 rear springs.

trans t-case crossmeber skidplate. and it tipped over factory headlights
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Ohh my gosh they look like their daddy

Beautiful babes Evan. Thanks for the updates!

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thank you, the little one is now 18lbs at just over 3months, he almost wider then he is tall, and been eatn solid food for month now. all he does is eat and sleep.

he has his moms cheaks lol

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Congrats, bro! Love 'em and spend as much time with them as you can.. they grow up way too fast! I can't believe my oldest is going to be an adult in 7 years! I constantly put aside projects etc just to spend time with them more. Usually, most of the projects I work on these days is for them... LOL. My "little one" will be 7 next month. Both of them needed new bikes.. and the little one is fond of old school BMX, so after a couple of months of resto... they ended up with these. A 1978, and 1979 Mongoose motomag... classic stuff! They're really lovin' 'em. The little one wanted one because she really likes an old 80's BMX movie, BMX Bandits. So, she wanted one like one of the main characters has. So, dad says.. no sweat. Ha ha.. Lot's of hand polishing years and years of tarnish away.. and pulling out all sorts of tricks to get things to look nice and new again.. they're done. Well, I'm still looking for a few things.. but done enough. ; )




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cool bikes i like em.
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Congratulations on the family dude! Definitely some cute kids.

Is there a story behind how the truck came to be on it's side or just sort of happened? How hard was it to get the rubber side back down?

"... And I'm much too young to feel this dam* old"
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i was playn in the snow drifts 3-ft drifts or so that where blwon across the rd, doin bout 20mph. kept bustn through the drifts and the next on i hit wasnt adrift it was dirt bacnk coverd in snow it pitched it over very very smooth and it slid down the hardpacked rd for aways.

i tried useing higlift and chain to pull off sage brush to pull it over bit i couldnt find and brush to hold. a freaid ended up coming upo with is cummins and yankin it over. he also brough tranny fluid because it had the auto in it when this happend and it all drained out the dipstick tube. made huge mess everything else was fine i did have to shut it off when it went over, she kept runnin

the first time i tipped it on its side was right after i welded spider gears to carrier. had to go out and test it. she goes good itl even move on its side if you steer the font tires into the ground. that is if you can get the front bogger to grab and get enough traction

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wifes car broke down yesterday

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Haha, wow, really cute kids! Almost makes me want some of my own... almost..
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