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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by murf, Aug 19, 2013.
You have very nice, big and clean garage!
Haha yeah thx, the school I work for has an ASE certified automotive program for high schoolers.. nice perk that I'm able to utilize. All the amenities of a fully functional production shop
Finished my SAS
How far out of town did you have to go for your poser shot or did you even have to leave town? Two months and I'm really missing the high country.
Haha, not really out of town. Still in city limits
Must be nice
The swap looks good. How does it ride by comparison?
Not my landcruiser but I did get a little closer to finishing the repairs on my trailer.
Many thanks to Mark and Pete for donating parts to repair the damage from last months roll over ar Casner mountain
It actually rides 100x better. I always felt the torsion bar IFS was loose and didn't handle well. The new axle is much more solid feeling and steering is more direct with the high-steer.
It's starting to look like a trailer again.
That shop looks familiar.
Put 541 miles on the 40. Hauled a pop-up from Tucson to Payson via Globe, and back. That was 336 miles. The rest was trying to find an elk to stick an arrow in.
KISS Drawers, I added piano hinges to the wings, normally these just bolt down.
Drop fridge slide found on ebay for a decent price compare to what else is available.
So??? I have always found that getting away from the daily grind and even having some close encounters is glorious.
Leaky wheel cylinder (replaced both), easiest wrench I have done in a long time. Both shoes can be removed and replaced simply with just a prybar.
I ran Broken Arrow today with a hodgepodge of rigs with my daughter and one of her friends riding along. I love when the teens show interest in this stuff.
If your still running the single circuit brake line it's bleeding and adjusting the shoes that are time consuming. When you take the time to do it right these old drum brake work very well.
You make that obstacle look easy! Fun trail!