Yes. Happy Birthday.calamaridog said:
The springs were not designed for the horizontal forces they were subjected to and are a little "off". Hopefully the repair shop doesn't want to try and fix them so I can get some new DeaversShowStop said:If the impact was hard, then I'd say you would want to fully inspect the leaf springs and such. From the other pics, I only saw minor denting. My friend had a similar situation happen and her bed was crushed down halfway from the tree trunk. The suspension handled it fine. She still drives that truck today, in the same condition (didn't have insurance coverage).
Hmm, should I send you my copy of a tree falling book so the next time you decide to drop one it won't land on your truck?calamaridog said:
Agreed...saving time is smart...at least you didn't do it, I know a guy who was loading firewood and was getting careless throwing the wood in the back and tossed a good sized piece right through the back window.calamaridog said:Cutting the wood first is soooo time consuming.
that sux, really, really, really, really HARD! Good thing I ain't got any damn trees near my drive way otherwise the recent storms woulda done the same thing to my truck! Peace, Wescalamaridog said:
USAA insurance is taking care of things and I should hear from the shop early next week on damage estimate. Good thing is my super low $50 deductablehytenor said:Hmm, should I send you my copy of a tree falling book so the next time you decide to drop one it won't land on your truck?
dang, that sucks. Ins. should take care of it though. and yea, hopefully those rear springs are damaged and will be in need of replacements
uhh ya tool go ahead and add a bunch of fake shit to it, that way you will be like the rest of the country, fucked up trying to sue over stupid shit. I can see the 50 bucks not not all the shit your listing.04RedLobster said:you should sue them more than that...for like lost time and damage emotions.....because YOU have to go to the shop and call ur insurance company to fix YOUR car and wasting ur time to fix it...when you can be off-roading...going out...taking care of bussiness etc. and since you LOVE your tacoma your hurt that it's been damaged..or something like that....
they should be reliable for the trees...and everything on their property....