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you ok?
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Ouch. Good to see you kept it upright and on the road though!
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That's no good. Glad you and the truck are okay
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Yes, we are ok thank God. It was just scary as hell. Right before the tire flew off, the truck pulled to the left for a second. Before I had time to get over, next thing I know the tire flies off and the truck hits the ground. Sparks going everywhere. Lost my brake but kept it under control. We were going 70 with traffic. Luckly no one got hurt. I let it come to a stop on the side of the road. Got the truck trailered home and going to take a good look at it tomorrow. I know my fender is screwed. Haven't made my mind up if I am going to fix it myself or go through insurance and most likely get it totaled.
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damn that sucks but glad you weren't hurt!
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Dang man. Good to hear you are ok.
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Old 11-25-2012
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what exactly happened? the spindle just snap off? for some reason i always thought this truck was 4x4
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Sorry to see this happen man glad your okay.
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that sucks, amazing you controled it though
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Old 11-25-2012
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that sucks dude. looks like the truck wants to be lowered though lol
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glad you're okay. Forget the truck, they make those everyday. Well, I guess not rangers.
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that sucks dude. looks like the truck wants to be lowered though lol
Thats what I was going to say. Guess its lowered now.

I doubt insurance would total it. Its not that bad. Glad your ok though.
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Fix it or get rid of it? I don't know where to go from here.
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Look at the spindle. Does it look like the bearing failed or do you think it just got that hot when it snapped?

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not the first time ive seen this happen.

glad that you are ok though. get it fixed!
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Fix it man! Thats truck looks to damn good to just junk!
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Sounds horrible. Nothing worse then a broken vehicle.

I bet insurance fixes it...
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Looks scary.
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Talked to insurance and they won't fix it since it is a mechanical failure.

Getting parts to fix it at Christmas. Looking now for a set of stock size tires for the truck.
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Any idea what caused it? Was it a stock spindle or the fabtech one?
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Talked to insurance and they won't fix it since it is a mechanical failure.

Getting parts to fix it at Christmas. Looking now for a set of stock size tires for the truck.
are you kidding me!!
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Has it been determined why this happened ?

Thinking bearing failure ?

Good no one was hurt.
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