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Old 12-02-2012, 03:23 AM   #511
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Ouch there Jordan! Hauled 1 4 yr old bull and 5 cows to the local stockyard with the old mans '06 F150 & the inlaws 20ft gooseneck and it wasn't sagging that bad. I still had 2" of suspension left. He is currently between trucks and I havn't got the rails in my truck yet. Roughy figured I was in the 18-19K range. Put 2 in front and 4 in th back section. Handled it quite well. Truck squats more with a pallet of seed in it. I'm prett sure he was lying about his trailer brakes working too, couldn't have been more than 1 brake that I could feel even the way back empty. this was the reason I didn't want to use ours. I've really been slacking on bringing the camera with me lately.
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Brought her home today, 91 GMC sonoma 4.3ll 4x4, making a truggy Full cage internal and exo front and rear winches already started spending money on Ebay. I know the XRC8 winches are cheapish but buddys been using one for years on his jeep with no issues doing one front and rear. Next couple weeks will be getting the tubing together and hopfully during christmas break start welding on her. Bed is going bye bye. Runs just had no inspection or registration didnt want to drive it. One of my buddies has been in garage since we deployed. Got backed into hence the front end damnage gave me a new bumper but Im not using it. Tube all the way.
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Brought her home today, 91 GMC sonoma 4.3ll 4x4, making a truggy Full cage internal and exo front and rear winches already started spending money on Ebay. I know the XRC8 winches are cheapish but buddys been using one for years on his jeep with no issues doing one front and rear. Next couple weeks will be getting the tubing together and hopfully during christmas break start welding on her. Bed is going bye bye. Runs just had no inspection or registration didnt want to drive it. One of my buddies has been in garage since we deployed. Got backed into hence the front end damnage gave me a new bumper but Im not using it. Tube all the way.
Personally I prefer warn. But for price point i understand. I loved my warn.
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Taking the four legger to the vet.
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Taking the four legger to the vet.
What breed of horses do you have?
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What breed of horses do you have?
He's actually got a big *** dog...
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17.1 hand Irish thoroughbred, off the track. Now he's a hunter/jumper for the wife. I get the truck and the toys. The truck tows great. you?

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He's actually got a big *** BEAR...
fixed it for ya... Hahahaha
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fixed it for ya... Hahahaha
Yeah that was a Newfoundland I saw at petsmart.
In comparison this was the shelter dog I had with me which weighed 50 lbs.
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17.1 hand Irish thoroughbred, off the track. Now he's a hunter/jumper for the wife. I get the truck and the toys. The truck tows great. you?
Sounds like he's got himself a good life after the track. Do you guys show?
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