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Zombie Fest

Didn't get to stay for the brisket, but still had a rip-snortin' good time.






















didn't see anyone else there besides Una, but we did leave a little early. there were some bad ass taco's there that were all chopped up that i wish we got pics of.

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hey where was this?

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in parker, a few miles north of E470

http://www.tacomaterritory.com/forum...d.php?t=112959

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looks like fun, but not my can of worms.




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dammit how the hell did i miss this. i just sat at home all day looking for something to do. When will this occur again?

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dunno, but tons of people showed up so I'm sure its gonna happen again.

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sweet!

i want a tractor like that deere

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So what happened to your link mount?
got hung up when i tried to go monster truck on the cars, and when the tractor pulled me out...well i guess that's what the loud pop was. probably should have lifted up the front before getting yanked out.

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Well was it bent? I mean that's how Troy's whole 4Link project got started... LOL




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It's "just" a swaybar mount ... no biggie.

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ya it was bent a bit, but i think i can fix it up and get it all lined back up

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meh - just get rid of the swaybar

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can i? i mean, i always thought that it wasnt safe to take it off if you dirve on the highway and what not. but if thats not the case then hells to the yeah its coming off. one less thing to bind up down there.

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If it is the front i would ditch it.




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in parker, a few miles north of E470
technically aurora/centennial

http://www.tacomaterritory.com/forum...d.php?t=112959

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dammit how the hell did i miss this. i just sat at home all day looking for something to do. When will this occur again?
soon it sounds like they are planning another one

co4x4 pic thread: http://www.colorado4x4.org/vbb/showthread.php?t=133542


i will have my pics/vid up later, along with darryls pics too....


how is rock crawling, free food, bonfire, car crushing and other wheelin not your thing Ike? No matter what you are into, they definitely had something there for you They even had a rally course for people LMFAO.
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can i? i mean, i always thought that it wasnt safe to take it off if you dirve on the highway and what not. but if thats not the case then hells to the yeah its coming off. one less thing to bind up down there.
you can get rid of it. i just got rid of my rear, and will prolly get rid of my front too. you will just have more body roll in corners/turns

i think darryl is rockin no sway bars? too?
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I broke my front one and never knew it was gone ...

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Yep, no sway bar for me
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I have not ran a sway bar since March and I have not had a single issue.

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i guess ill try it for awhile. im just concereneded that at the height im at too much body roll could be a bad, bad thing.

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my sway bar is also gone and i haven't even noticed any more body roll


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how is rock crawling, free food, bonfire, car crushing and other wheelin not your thing Ike? No matter what you are into, they definitely had something there for you They even had a rally course for people LMFAO.
i was there for a few too, (had mama's truck so no wheelin') but yes they do have everything there, pretty close to how i remember it from high school too

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i guess ill try it for awhile. im just concereneded that at the height im at too much body roll could be a bad, bad thing.
I'm at least as tall with no sway bars and bigger tires, and I DD my truck on I-70 everyday. Honestly, the highway isn't bad at all. Around town rushing up to a left arrow while its still green, then slowing down to make the corner gets sketchy....but I have fun with it. I've been told by people following me that when I'm in a hurry, I'm frequently on 3 wheels around town. That is more because of my rear suspension setup, however. But being used to body roll, I don't notice it in the cab...it's tolerable now.

Ooo this isn't really proving the point that you don't need swaybars...

Really though, it's not that bad. What's really bad is: all of the issues of my truck + completely destroyed steering parts + being late to work. Thank god I got that steering fixed...
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Front sway bar removal = not that bad.

Drive it like a truck, not a sports car, and you'll be fine.
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Exactly like I was trying to say, but failed to....actually say....
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removed mine, and have never felt the need to replace it. Like nate said drive it like a truck and you will be fine. You are not really that high.




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yeah i just drove around w/o them and i couldn't really notice anything, and the only times i did i credit to the placebo effect.

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yeah i just drove around w/o them and i couldn't really notice anything, and the only times i did i credit to the placebo effect.
LMFAO ok that thur was funnay
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once again a HUGE HUGE thanks go out to the Rock Zombie Outlaws for putting on this event. We had a great time there.

Between the rock pit, creek, mud, car crush, burning man and bulls (not to mention some BAD ASS Briskett) there was something there for everyone. Movie here - PLEASE right click and save the file to your computer to save on some of my bandwith...


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