pretty good climb before the trail starts.
up top, pictures really do no justice of kentucky.
this is thebeginning of what was turkey foot. its no longer a... Show moren issue, note the bedside is not yet buckled up by the cab
hey!!! jim has an RRORC shirt on!!
this one is a bitch to look at in hindsight. no front locker is a problem in slippery stuff like this. in hindsight i should have went to the store and got some brake line and moved the single channel rear cut out that was already instaleed for doing burnouts to the front passenger, i did do that eventually but it slipped me here at this point in time. i was tempted to put a big screwdriver or a wrench on the passenger axle to force the drivers side to move. at the very least we could of turned my rear brakes off and pinched the drivers side soft line with some vicegrips and run just passenger brake to make the dead drivers wheel spin and pull us up the hill. oh well...coulda shouls would have..but didnt do shit. eventually my truck slid over to the drivers side, this is the edge to a ravine next to me, you cant tell in this pic, but when i went down, i didnt think we were getting this pile of shit out of there for a little while. atleast not in one assembly.
this thing is just bad ass.
i got stuck running these pivots after duff screwed me over. they insisted i had to buy a whole new kit after i smashed my drivers side beam pivot bracket, they would not send me just one bracket. BASTARDS. of well. with the duff arms all i have to do to drop the pumpkin is pull the drivers beam pivot bolt and drivers side shock. this works out good for me cause i smoke alot of axles and spider gears...its a real time saver.
its got enough stretch in this configuration to pull it off with just a jack
what a shame...i made a k member that would not get hung up on shit all of the time, and a year later i added these dumb ass long arms that defeat the whole purpose. sometimes i wonder why i do anything...
this is a bad one, a fellow club member and his whole family were in here when it rolled. lot of lessons learned on this one. Show Less