Ok.. Now I'm concerned about the looks of my truck. So i looked to Mcqueen Prototyping. I went with Mike's glass because it an amazing product, look good and I cannot complain about the how simple it was to fit the glass to the truck. Plus my truck will be black again.
So with the install it took me about 4 hours to fit all the front glass. I do need to spend some time on cleaning up the lines.
looks waaay better! nice job, will look really good whenever you get around to new tires :)
Thank you.. I'm in the process of trying to figure out what I want for new tires and rims. I cannot deiced on rims but I do know that my next set of tires will be 33's x10.5. but with this truck there is an order to the operation. First I will have to re-gear/rebuild the axle which will be about 500 bucks.
Today marks the 9th year of ownership of my truck. Im looking forward to many more years and money to be spent on this truck.
Today's efforts were to prep the truck for my justification 2.0 trip. Unfortunately I was not able to complete all the tasks on my prep list. My main task was to replace the thermostat housing. I hope that I don't have to do that again.
This year I went to KOH to volunteer and test the truck. I was assigned to amazing locations to do race and crowd control.
I rolled in around 3 am Wednesday
Wednesday: My first location that I performed crowd/race coarse control. It was really cool to see the start/finish of the UTV race and meet all the drivers.
Cars rolling out for KOH qualifying.
Thursday, Friday: I was stationed at RC 1. It was out in BFE and near the Marines Base.
Tuesday was the EMC race.
Friday was the KOH race. I took more video on this day.
This happen while looking for a camping spot in the dark. I turned left to cross this wash and the next thing I know my axle is hung up.
I have some issues to work out.... I was able to catch one of the SAW guys and figured that the valving in the shocks is way to stiff on rebound and compression. So back to the drawing board for new shock mounts and valving.