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Old 07-13-2009, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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A TTORA evolution story

In 1999, I stumbled upon TTORA looking for aftermarket products for my recently aquired Tacoma. Soon afterwards I was "braving" the Texas forum and learning volumes about my truck and mechanics in general.

fast forward to 2004, my family and I moved from Texas to Indiana to find no active chapter of TTORA in the state. I immediately began the task of rebuilding the state chapter and as everyone knows became the first president of the second edition of the club.

IN the beginning it was slow moving. our first meeting had myself, and wife along with three "toyota guys" and one jeeper at the first meeting.

But that meeting was productive enough to get the ball rolling. at that meeting Brinner expressed his willingness to become the Vice President. For that I will be forever indebted to him for. Brinner has done so much for the Indiana chapter (mostly behind the scenes) which many will never fully understand. For all his service to the chapter a large thank you should go out to him.

Within two short years of the chapter becoming active again, we were asked to host the national take over, not a small task and a large accomplishment to be requested. But we pulled it off, and on top of that, with the national director who normally takes care of sponsorship and other important details, being unavailable. Again Brinner stepped up to the plate, jumped in feet first and was a major factor on why Take Over was successful.

So at this time, it is said with a heavy heart, But the announcement must be made, Brinner has requested me to search for a new Vice President of InTTORA. Brian is moving forward with his life and searching for employment outside the state.

I wish him all the best and truly consider him a good friend. He will be missed when he moves on.

Again, like I said he has done so much for the chapter, I can not begin to list everything he has done, been a part of or spear headed for the chapter.

So it was my task to find his replacement, but with Brian being so instrumental in the chapter to date, I relied upon his recommendation as heavily as I relied on myself for the decision of his replacement.

So it was decided that Mark, NWiTaco be the new Vice President of InTTORA. Mark has demonstrated similar traits as Brian regarding TTORA and his active ways, and dedication.

An apology should probably be made here, This transition has already been in effect fore the last couple of weeks, But everyone involved was waiting for me to make the announcement, which brings me to some other business at hand.

Most if not all know, I recently changed jobs. Before I was afforded the time to leave TTORA open on my computer desk top all day long. Now I am never on a computer except to do time sensitive correspondence or other job related task. I am on the road 3-5 days a week and recently even had my cell phone gernade on me while I was on the west coast, making for a very fun trip home (if you know what I mean)

I have always felt that the individual chapters of the nat. club were reflective of their leadership/officers. I always strived to make InTTORA one of the best, and can only hope I succeeded in some way. But I do not feel I am doing the chapter any justice now in being it's president as I am absent far too much and am afraid it is reflecting back in regards to the clubs members being les active.

Before Brian and I wanted to maintain activities and runs in order to keep everyone interested. Lately I have not been able to be involved much less work on my own truck to actually qualify to be a member (must have toyota off road capable vehicle ...)

So with a little fan fare as possible I also am making the announcement that I have stepped down as the InTTORA president effective immediately.

This makes Mark's tenor as Vice President one of the shortest in history of TTORA as he has been catapulted into the role of President. I will let him announce his plans for his Vice President but I have already offered all my assistence I can provide to him in helping make his transition as smooth as possible.

Thank each and everyone for all the support and help you have given me. and I hope I have served the chapter in an acceptable manor. I was originally going to completely "fade off into the sunset" but realized that I would never be able to do that after nine years with the club so I will be around when I can. Who knows what the future will bring, maybe in the future I will be able to be more active as I hope, but for now, the best for everyone is for me to step aside, and help Mark continue to grow and make InTTORA into one of the strongest and best chapters of the club.

Thank you for everything.

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Old 07-13-2009, 10:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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As my last "lame Duck" request, I would like everyone to be understanding and patient while Mark settles into the new role. there is much to be done and it can be overwhelming. So our support and helpfulness will go a long way.

Also the tee shirts are being addressed, and I will have them taken care of shortly as the last act so to speak. It would not be fair to Mark to throw him into the middle of an on-going project.
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Old 07-13-2009, 10:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks for everything Bear, especially mediating btween myself and adam at 4x!!!!! good luck, and dont fade to far away!
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that was not a problem, just part of the job so to speak. and don't worry about the shirts, although I am moving slow, due to my circumstances, they will be taken care of.
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Old 07-13-2009, 10:36 AM   #5 (permalink)
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i have no doubts in your word bear
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I want to wish you luck in your endevours for both of you and hope we all can still run sometime.
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Old 07-13-2009, 11:56 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Its been a great run with you Bear, you did an excellent job! I think Nwi is a good replacement, and is probably the most active member we have anyway. I'm glad you're new job is working well for you, must be nice to be in a new city everyday. Good luck to you bud!

Also Brinner, good luck to you too! I hope you finish your build and make at least one run with us before you leave. Otherwise all those posts in your thread were for not. You and Bear did make a good team!

Now who will I make "Texas" jokes about?
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Now who will I make "Texas" jokes about?
Well take a mirror and place it behind you, bend over and poke all the fun at the reflection you want!

I ain't going anywhere yet, just not as active as I need to be to provide the quality care I insist I be able to devote.
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Old 07-13-2009, 02:05 PM   #9 (permalink)
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thanks for everything bear you did a great job starting inttora back up and making it a functioning club. i think you guys picked a good leader to take your place.
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Best of wishes to both Brinner and Bear! We'll still expect you to make a few runs a year...both of you...aghem...brinner...no matter where he moves too...
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yea our new pres should work out fine........can our motto be "Make it or Break it!" ?
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Old 07-13-2009, 02:31 PM   #12 (permalink)
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we will definatly make some more runs where ever that may be.
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Well SHIT!, this SUCKS!!!


Damn Bear, you keep havin to make some tough decisions hu buddy!

Well guys I hate to hear it, We couldn't of asked for a better couple of guys to lead our crew! Thank you for everything you have done, it is greatly appreciated!

Brinner, good luck to ya where ever you end up and I hope you keep us posted with the build of that monster!

Bear, I know you'll be around as much as you can like the rest of us, so I'll be seein ya!



And congradulations Mark, I'm sure you'll be able to keep the ball rollin!



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Good luck in all that you both do, and thanks for all that you have done with InTTORA.
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I think Nwi is a good replacement, and is probably the most active member we have anyway.
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i think you guys picked a good leader to take your place.
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yea our new pres should work out fine........can our motto be "Make it or Break it!" ?
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And congradulations Mark, I'm sure you'll be able to keep the ball rollin!
Thanks for all the kind words! I will do my best and have a few things in store for the Chapter! Stay tuned for more information!
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Thanks for all the kind words! I will do my best and have a few things in store for the Chapter! Stay tuned for more information!
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Anyways, thanks to both Bear and Brinner for all the hard work and dedication to the club. Thanks to Mark for stepping up. I know you will be a great leader. Now just don't go S/Cing your taco and getting it sidelined too.
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I really hate to hear both of you are leaving but I wish you both luck. Just wish I had gotten to see either of your trucks on the trails. Mark let me know if we are still planning on adopting trail 2 at redbird so I can pass it along to the board.
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hey mark...you are leaving 2mro for michigan arent you? were you going to announce your InTTORA tattoo on your left butt cheek? or are you gonna keep us waiting
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Anyways, thanks to both Bear and Brinner for all the hard work and dedication to the club. Thanks to Mark for stepping up. I know you will be a great leader. Now just don't go S/Cing your taco and getting it sidelined too.
Not til after the SAS...

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I really hate to hear both of you are leaving but I wish you both luck. Just wish I had gotten to see either of your trucks on the trails. Mark let me know if we are still planning on adopting trail 2 at redbird so I can pass it along to the board.
Yes, I would still like to adopt trail 2. Do you have the paperwork or does Barry? I can proceed on getting that completed ASAP.

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hey mark...you are leaving 2mro for michigan arent you? were you going to announce your InTTORA tattoo on your left butt cheek? or are you gonna keep us waiting
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Now I just gotta get that suspension to bottom out...hmmm...
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Old 07-15-2009, 09:37 AM   #21 (permalink)
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you must have got your a arm off eh?
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Yeah, I got the front bolt out, disconnected the shock and the lower bj, then stood on the lca and jumped til I forced it past the rubber stops on the bushing so i was able to slide the shock up and in. I'm still gonna get those sometime soon, I gotta fix that or it's gonna start to fester...
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i dont believe in evolution tho...so where are we? how did we get here? lol
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It seems to me with toy trucks (I'm including pre-tacos) there is both an evolution and a de-evolution.

The comfort, electronics, ride, power and rust resistance for example has increased enourmously, but the durability, longevity and off-road stamina has decreased quite a bit. That doesn't mean I'm bashing the latest generation, hell I'm jealous of you fookers. But the older trucks are usually the desirable ones.

Personally I'm happy with my '04, I'm kind of in the middle of the evolutionary change. Kinda like a caveman, not as tough as an ape but can woop mans ass with a stick!

LOL... The opinions expressed above do not necessarily reflect those of the author...
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ok so maybe not, but it has been good working with you Bear. i know i have come and gone a coule of times but he has always been fighting for this club to keep going. Hopefully the wife will relax about our 4Runner a little and we will be able to join you all on the trail again soon................
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Soooo...did you ever decide on a vp Mark? My vote goes towards Nate if that counts for anything? lol
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Soooo...did you ever decide on a vp Mark? My vote goes towards Nate if that counts for anything? lol
There are a few in mind, and he is one of them. May have a mock election in the future, or a re-structuring of positions may happen as well. I am throwing some things around lately...
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Well I feel that it is once again time to dive into InTTORA history...

After recieving the presidency from Bear back in 2009 we have seen many changes across our state. We have had many members fade, and many new members join. We have still had our solid base of members, but with each new sunset our lives change yet again. It seems just when interest would start to grow again, gas prices had another plan for us all.

Since becoming president, I have also dealt with many changes life has thrown my way. I have gotten married (woot woot) and relocated to the most southern portions of the state, moved back and been in two homes as well. And it seems that will not be the end either. Since moving back up north and being closer to family, we are now talking about the possibility of starting a family as well.

I have not had the time to dedicate to organization of club activities as I would have liked through all these changes. I have had many opportunitys to wheel and have wheeled countless times with most of our members across the state (which has been helped by work-related travel ), however lacked the organization, they were mostly me tagging along with other groups or last minute runs. This is where my assion now lies, just plain old wheeling. Whether its a Ford, Chebby, Sammi or Toy, I just like to get out and do it, not as much of the internet side of things anymore.

It is for these reasons that I wish to resign as InTTORA president and return this honor to BEAR. As many of you know Bear got this chapter started and it was a very tough thing for him to give up when he did, and it is just as tough for me now. Bear and I have had several discussions around this and we both agree this is the best for the future of our chapter.

Bear is a great organizer and pushes the family aspect of this sport, which is what we need, and why this Chapter was founded. Stay tuned for more club changes as well.

But dont get too worried...I will still be around just plenty. I will still be active in InTTORA and will keep you all informed of my adventures in wheeling near and abroad. Please help by staying as involved as ever and lets hit some trails!

Thanks for the good run guys....Mark.
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Mark jumped into the chapter "with both feet" so to speak. I still vividly remember the first day I met him. Full of energy (as it soon became appearnt was his way of doing everything) he sped up to jeep crasher & I as we were unloading @ Harlan. A few words of greeting were exchanged and off he went to hit the trails. And since it has been hard for many to keep up with him.lol there is a reason I dubbed his taco "rockstar"

We should all appreciate his efforts for trying to keep the wheels rolling on our chapter. He has had a lot on his plate during his tenior. And if anyone doubts it needs to subscribe to indian proverb "walk a mile in your neighbors moccosines before speaking negatively about him". So here is my "thank you" to Mark.

In the next few months the club will hopefully go through additional postive transitions. I encourage everyone to participate in them as much as you individually can afford.

With this change fully developes, some old policies will be attempted to be re-implented and hopefully with suggestions from everyone, we'll move forward with new ideas.

At this time I want to announce that Mark will be still be an important member I want to encourage him to remain active, although at the sametime we should also understand he has a personal life as well.

As everyone thatt has been around from the early days knows Brinner was our v.p and was extremely important in that role. Since Brinner is obviously not available to resume that role. I have requested an exisiting and I feel equally respected member to serve as the current and future v.p.

I am happy to report that he has accepted the invitation. Although he originally joined the chapter as an "honorary member" he has seen the light and is currently in the middle of a toyota build. He is a solid fabricator and always makes himself available to helping others. So without any further fanfair Jeep Crasher is our new vice president.

Since Dave is no longer considered the honorary member he is eligible. In addition we will extend an invitation to "jeep crasher sr." To join as the one honary member of our chapter.

So please welcome our new v.p and encourage our honary member to join us as we would any toyota owner.

And let's hit the trails! I hope to see everyone at red bird next weekend, which by the way will be the site of our next official meeting (sorry about the late notice)
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