You guys will like this one...
I had the truck out this weekend, zipping around the Mojave desert, doing about 40-50 bobbing and weaving down this trail when all of a sudden... BAM! Steering wheel jerks out of my hand, truck pulls left, I get it back on the trail and stopped. Get out expecting to see a flat tire or dead wheel only to find my passenger side wheel toed way out. Turns out there was a rock that seemed like it was the size of a Volkswagen (when in reality it was about the size of a basketball, maybe a little bigger) off to the side of the trail that I just flat missed and I nailed it square on with the tire. After some looking we finally noticed that I had bent the spindle, bad.
Once we figured that out and made sure everything else was still good I adjusted the toe back in and put another 200 miles off road on it... hahaha.
After four years I've finally broken a hard part in the suspension, that should be a great testament to the strength of the Dixon kit.
Oh well, I've got spares.