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Discussion in 'PA- Keystone Cruisers' started by Crusha, Apr 30, 2015.
Yes, welcome aboard Rob, can't wait to see that Taco work!
Yes from a long long time ago. One of the stories about Rob is when he was giving his red truck its' first swimming lesson...........at Rausch Creek! And he's the guy from whom I bought John Merkey's white 80- the one Aaron now owns.
Way back lol. I remember "helping" Gary with a 40 and broke 4 or so bolt heads off trying to remove the trans. Hahaha good times.
Yeah hydrolocking is no bueno. But when you take the spark plugs out and turn it over till the water stops coming out like old faithful and still runs like a champ it's all good.
Thanks for the warm welcomes. Cant wait to do some wheelin and meet the club.
Hi I'm Chris and I'm rekindling my Toyota problem. I started with an FJC, then a ground up resto-mod on a 40, and now a making it my own/fixing an 85 4runner that I had shipped up from Texas. People do some strange stuff and shouldn't own a welder...
I tagged along with your group this past weekend at Rausch, and yesterday evening ended up formally joining. Had a really great time on the trails and with the people so figured why the hell not join. So...here I am.
Welcome Chris! You used to have the FJC w/ the lefty in it, then a tan 40. If so, I think I wheeled with you at some point.
This your rig?
That's a different Chris. This was mine...
I'm Scott - a few years ago we moved from NH back to PA. I currently live in Chester Springs. After moving back to the area my wife and I were living with my sister and noticed her neighbor had an 80 sitting in the driveway. After passing the house several times I decided to stop and introduce myself to crusha as he was packing for CMCC. He mentioned I should look up Keystone Cruisers as they were a local club - life and work got in the way but I've finally registered.
While I was in NH I spent several years on the BOD of Yankee Toys. I also ventured down to at least one CMCC and another Capital City event. I look forward to meeting the members of Keystone and joining you all on the monthly club runs.
Here are a few shots of the 80 and 200:
Welcome to the club it's a good bunch. I believe I know you from up at the Fall Gatherings, been up for the last five or six events
Hi Scott! Welcome aboard!
Welcome aboard Scott.
Gary I think we actually met at the CMCC the year that Bob and Johnny came down...probably 2013ish
Thanks! Can't say enough how much appreciate the work you did on the truck. It'll probably be back soon for a few things that I'm not comfortable tackling yet.
Hello my name is John. I have a 1994 landcruiser. I had a 91 toyota pickup before that. Always liked four wheeling mostly around gates in the MTNs around my house and random mud holes. I Look forward to messing all of our rides up together in the future!
Cmcc 2018 by TunaKing posted Aug 18, 2018 at 8:15 AM
This is John with the Ramsey winch on his 80, right?
Finally getting around to posting on this thread.
My name is James and I’m wheeling a ‘96 80, named Darlene (few poser shots... sliders go on next week).
Won’t be able to make the club run this weekend, but hopeful calendars sync up soon!
That's a good looking truck! Welcome!
Welcome and wow! Nicely built rig.
Agreed ... nice rig!!
Hi I'm Dave , just joined not totaly official yet. glad to be back with fellow yota drivers. I've wheeled with a couple of yall in a different group. I got an 2007 FJ CRUISER had a few things done to it but as per the norm still a work in progress.
Welcome Dave. Nice looking rig.