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  1. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by elks View Post
    Here you go a 1972 Blazer or my 1985 CJ 7... Both will go places that will scare the poo out of you...

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    They old Chevy is Sweet !!

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    Started with a 94 Suburban
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    with a few modifications,

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmalts View Post
    It's no Honda Element.... Just saying. And I know Randy's son will back me up on that.
    Thatís a true statement for sure!

    LCH, broke a few and torched off the rest!

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    Does this one count?
    I was leaving a hunting trip headed to town to pick up two elk from the butcher when it burst into flames and tried to take me with it.
    My first attempt at uploading a photo so not sure how it will appear.

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    One hot ride!

  6. #81
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    psycho,

    That looks familiar. It's happened to two of my vehicles. The first one burned in the Smokeys while I was on a week-long fishing trip.

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    So that was before you got the elk meat, right?

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    correct. I lucked out it happened before I picked up the meat and not after or I would have been real bummed.

  9. #84
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    Did you ever figure out the cause of the fire?

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    No. My only guess is grass and twigs got caught between skid plates and exhaust which then caught the fuel line then the transmission as it went quick. Some of the roads I drove on hadn't seen any action in a while so its possible. I wrapped the exhaust on my new jeep just in case.

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Size:  116.6 KB 330k & still going. Been all over the Sierras, NM & the west. Hauled a few elk whole.Can't count the cords of firewood it has hauled. Base camp for 90% of my hunting trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hank4elk View Post
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Size:  116.6 KB 330k & still going. Been all over the Sierras, NM & the west. Hauled a few elk whole.Can't count the cords of firewood it has hauled. Base camp for 90% of my hunting trips.
    Sounds like a partnership between the right truck and the right maintenance. Roll on, Taco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el unit View Post
    1985 Toyota 22RE 151,000 miles "I love what you do for me, Toyota"

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    El Unit, that is basically the flatbed I put on mine, added a dual spare carrier. This is her all loaded out for hunting.

    This is the ole silver streak's third reincarnation and second salvage roadworthy title... She's pretty but I think 2 rebuilds makes her a dirtbag candidate haha. Most recent rebuild I rolled her going ~70 near Kit Carson, first bad experience with black ice. Lemonade from lemons I suppose.

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