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post #21 of (permalink) Old 06-22-2011, 05:02 PM
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I stop by every once in awhile.
Nowhere near as much as I used to.

Still have the '94 stepside.

See everyone next summer
Damn man, you're like an hour away from me now.

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This is the first time I've been here in 4 years. Got way to busy with work and picked up restoring antique tractors.

'93 Chevy Silverado K1500, 350, 1" t-bar & 2.5" add-a-leaf
'86 GMC Sierra Classic C10, going to become K20/K30 with a 383, built TH350 and Ford axles
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Hahaha...the thread that won't die!

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Talking

Slowly but surely all the skeletons come out

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My helper turns 4 in November

89 ifs-sfa truck tranplanted in a 83 K-5 blazer offroad only rig
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Still here!

I actually just came over here because, amazingly, I just now learned of Jason Payne's accident and immediately many fond memories of ORC flashed through my mind. I could always tell he'd be a great guy to wheel with but I never got the chance. I still remember seeing one of his first pics and thinking "what is this 12 year old going to do with that massive truck?". . A truly great loss.

On a lighter note, the Bronco is way gone and now my brother and I are building an XJ crawler. We previously had a Yota on 38s that was unstoppable. I have a 9 month old boy and he's having a kid in March so we'll see how much wheeling time we actually get

Good to see you folks still milling around!

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Good to see you man.

Jason's loss was felt all over the place. There's a memorial site you can share your memories at if you want.

Lots of us still lurk from time to time.

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i remember Jason and i slept one night in the same town not knowing it till later. ohhhwell


anyways this is what ive been up its my 83 or 85 k5 blazer. parts are from my 89 and 91 ifs chevy. theres oru ifs-sfa rear shackles as my shackl reversal. the sm465 and hydralic clutch are also in aswell as the tbi 350 that been converted to a carb. still running the tbi heads. many people said it couldnt be done but i did it.

this is my brother playing the back yard. its currently being torn down so i can build a rock buggy or trail truggy bugg out of it. whatever you wanna call it.


me driving

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It's been a while for me, since I was last here. Like many, it was my first forum. I was here when you didn't need to register to post around 97ish. Then when they changed that, I just lurked for a while.

I try to stay out of forums these days. I get more done. I did buy a 2013 double cab short bed TRD Tacoma a few weeks ago, so I've been going through the taco forums a bit just to see what bugs people have found and fixed etc. Other than my old 82 Toyota, I don't have much experience with tacos so I figured I better get familiar.

Lots of good times back in the day here in these forums though.

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ive put aboyt 150k on this truck since i got it.

she got some new shoes today and has 232k on the ticker


just kinda checking in.

im still very found of the chevys. but my freaking wife wanted a expedition and weve been fighting it ever since. well i guess ive been fighting . i hate fords with passion.

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