nice man, good wheelin!
i think i know exactly where you got that damage... theres a narrow and steady climb that leans to the driver's side. i lean into the wall a little bit every time. how was the cave in at the end? it was pretty stacked up last time i was out.
did you get a look at gatekeeper? its one canyon east of where you guys were.
looks like this;
theres a bypass, but its still a difficult trail after the beginning.
Definitely need to get yourself some armor.
Great pic's! :thumbsup:
The damage sucks. I did something similar a few years back. Now I wish I would have put a flat bed on instead of having the bed repair.
was on a down hill coming off a big *** rock but my truck had to lean driver because of the boulder next to my passenger side. and truck just slipped off the huge *** pile of rocks. pretty much just dropped my truck onto a boulder. well the *** end at least.Damn, that's some good contact. Did you go into a 3 wheel stance or drag it along the rock wall?
looks like you need armor
yea, thats the "cave in" i was talking about. it happened when we got like two weeks of rain about six months ago or something.oh and on the way down there is this downhill where your freaking passenger side wheels are hanging off the side a bit and its like a 6 foot drop off.and your driver side is hugging a vertical wall. im sure you know what im talking about lol that was a doosy.. for me at least im terrified of rolling ever lol.
sliders, skids, and even bumpers would not help you from getting that body damage.i know i didnt realize how bad the trail was gonna be and it was the worse at the end where ther is no bypass.
looks like that wheel got pretty jacked up too...OOOOUUUUCCCH!!!!
i think i allready care less. ive ive gone through the 3 stages denial, anger, and now finally Exceptance.you need that or you need to care less. :thumbup:
Those colts will get less rock rash since the face is not flat like the stock rims. Would you be using spacers with the 35's? 35's would rub the frame in the front and the wheel well in the back on stock rims.those be my rock crawling wheels now. i got 16 inch colts coming in with 33 bfgoodrich mud terrains. and gonna be getting a set of 35s for the stock wheels for rock crawling . not to mention my prg lift got in today so thats going on this weekend along with a front and rear bumper still waiting on those damn sliders tho =[!
well i have a 2 inch body lift and 3 inch prg lift is going on this weekend. do you think that would give me enough clearance for 35s with the stock wheels? ahhhh nvi get what your saying sorry. yeh i didnt know they would rub i might just stick with the colts and the 33s then i was just gonna have a rag set of wheels and tires for when i would be doing **** i know id take damage to the wheels doing.Those colts will get less rock rash since the face is not flat like the stock rims. Would you be using spacers with the 35's? 35's would rub the frame in the front and the wheel well in the back on stock rims.