Hey everyone! This is "Puck", so named by the 2nd owners' kids because the 1st owner was an NHL player. I thought that was pretty cool. I bought Puck a few weeks ago, then spent 18 days on a wildfire fantasizing about what all I wanted to do. I got back and dropped the running boards (as you can see), pulled the rear seat, and did a very amateurish job of repairing a big old rust spot on the driver's side rear door (judge for yourself!). Today, I drove the rig home from the fire station and pushed it to go faster than it's been before (about 90). Checked the thermostat at the bottom of the offramp and it looked fine, but when I pulled up in front of my house less than a minute later, I stepped out and heard hissing that gradually got worse. I popped the hood and, well, you'll see. The day I dropped the running boards. Another photo from the day I dropped the boards. I'm not too bummed -- I saw a little bit of crusted coolant around the hose that I think blew, and told myself I could worry about it another time. I guess it's time to worry now! I knew I'd need to put some work into the old girl at some point; that's part of the fun, right? Gonna go out in the next day or so and grab a hose and some clamps and some Toyota Red. Anything else I should check out after a problem like this? I figure it's just the hose, but could it have damaged anything else? Thanks in advance!