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Bonneville Salt Flats UTAH Near the Raceway

Did some donuts and caught my 08 taco out in an alien habitat (Bonneville Salt Flats, UTAH Near the Raceway). The salt is everywhere after doing donuts....it will never wash out of the wheel wells...was worth it. :rockon:



 

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Did some donuts and caught my 08 taco out in an alien habitat (Bonneville Salt Flats, UTAH Near the Raceway). The salt is everywhere after doing donuts....it will never wash out of the wheel wells...was worth it. :rockon:



I knew I recognized that scenery...nothing some quality time with a power washer shouldn't be able to handle!
 

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She sat in a weedy field for 5 months of heat and sun waiting for a frame replacement.
I spent about 12 hours detailing her back to life this weekend.
New frame, leaf springs, shocks, control arms, bushings, and a few other odds and ends. The motor is strong and the transmission is smooth 147,000.
Hoping she'll stay mine for a while longer.

Which shot is the best one?





 

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You been happy with your trail gear sliders?

I have been looking for quite some time, but sliders are expensive, trail gear seems to be the most reasonably priced...for my budget anyway.
I got them installed about a week ago. So i havent tested them out yet. For less than half the price of CBI or Pelfreybilt(was my #1 choice) theyre pretty good. They are bolt on but you have to drill a lot of holes in your frame to actually bolt them, so i got mine welded on. Id recommend them so far.
 

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I got them installed about a week ago. So i havent tested them out yet. For less than half the price of CBI or Pelfreybilt(was my #1 choice) theyre pretty good. They are bolt on but you have to drill a lot of holes in your frame to actually bolt them, so i got mine welded on. Id recommend them so far.
That is one of the things that has kind of turned me off on them...Really don't want to make my frame look like swiss cheese to install them as I don't have the ability to weld. If I were to have to pay someone to weld them on, then I may as well just spring for a set of BAMF's or similar that will bolt on with zero drilling (using all factory holes already in the frame to mount). Because the cost would likely even out.
 
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