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Xtreme Off-Road: Locker Upgrade

Dirt Cheap Fun Toyota gets new lockers.

THIS WEEK'S POWERNATION!

ON XTREME OFF ROAD WILLOUR BUDGET TOYOTA GET

REAL LOCKERS OR NOT?

IAN MAKES THE CALL.

ENGINE POWER TEAMS UP WITHHELLION POWER SYSTEMS AND

INSTALLS TWIN TURBOSON A MUSTANG THAT

NEARLY BREAKS THE DYNO.

IT'S SHEET METAL HOWTO AS KEVIN AND RYAN WELD

IN NEW CAB CORNERS, ROCKERS,AND A CUSTOM ROLL PAN.

(KEVIN)>> IT'S A LITTLE WIDEHERE, BACK TO PERFECT HERE.

THAT'S OKAY, I CAN LIVE WITHTHAT, THAT'S WHAT FILLER IS FOR.

(COURTNEY)>> AND DETROITMUSCLE LOOKS BACK AT SOME

OF THE KEY BRAWLERS IN THEMUSCLE CAR WARS OF 1969.

THAT FROM OUR SHOPS, PLUSWE'LL CHECK OUT THIS THROW

BACK TO THE GOOD OLE DAYS,A NASH RAMBLER AMERICAN.

THIS BABY SCREAMS ROAD TRIP!

BUT FIRST LETS KICK THINGSOFF WITH XTREME OFF ROAD.

(ANNOUNCER)>> WHO SAYSYOU'VE GOT TO HAVE DEEP

POCKETS TO BUILD A TRAILRIG, TODAY ON XTREME OFF

ROAD WE'LL FINISH UP OUR$5,000 DOLLAR TOYOTA AND

CLIMB TO THE TOP OF THE HILLTO SEE HOW OUR RIG STACKS

UP TO OTHER BUDGETFRIENDLY TRAIL TRUCKS.

(IAN)>> IT IS HARD TOBELIEVE THAT NOT TOO LONG

AGO WE PULLED THIS TRUCKOUT OF A FIELD WITH WEEDS

GROWING UP TOTHE DOOR HANDLE.

IT WAS DEFINITELY AVEHICLE THAT SOMEONE HAD

JUST FORGOTTEN ABOUT.

BASICALLY ABANDONED, RUSTEDOUT, AN ENGINE THAT

WAS HALF PUT TOGETHER,JUST LEFT TO ROT.

WE HAVE BROUGHT IT BACK TOLIFE AS A HARDCORE WHEELER.

MORE IMPORTANTLY WE BROUGHTIT BACK TO LIFE WITH A VERY

SMALL AMOUNT OF MONEYINVESTED, EMBRACING THE

WORLD OF CHEAP OFF ROADING.

NOW TODAY IS THE DAY YOUALWAYS LOOK FORWARD TO WHEN

YOU BUILD A TRUCK LIKE THIS.

WE'RE GONNA TAKE IT DOWN TOOUR LOCAL OFF ROAD PARK, GET

SOME DIRT ON THE TIRES, SEEHOW ALL THE MODIFICATIONS

THAT WE MADE TO THIS TRUCKARE GONNA PERFORM OFF ROAD.

WE'RE GONNA HOOK UP WITH ABUNCH OF OTHER GUYS WHO ARE

ALSO INTO THE WORLDOF CHEAP OFF ROADING.

BUT BEFORE WE ROLL THISTRUCK ONTO A TRAILER THERE'S

STILL ONE MORE JOBTHAT WE HAVE TO DO.

BEFORE WE HIT THE DIRT WENEED TO INSTALL LOCKERS IN

BOTH OF OUR TRUCK'S AXLES.

RIGHT NOW IT HAS TWO OPENDIFFERENTIALS, WHICH IS

NOT IDEAL FORHARDCORE OFF ROADING.

NOW THE PACKAGE THAT I PLANTO INSTALL IS RIGHT HERE

AND I GOT IT FROMTRAIL GEAR OFF ROAD.

A SPOOL, GONNA GO IN THEFRONT AXLE, AND AN EATON

MECHANICAL LOCKERINTO THE REAR.

NOW SPOOLS ARE GREAT BECAUSETHEY PROVIDE 100 PERCENT

TRACTION TO BOTHTIRES AT ALL TIMES.

THE DOWNFALL IS THEY PUT A LOTOF LOAD ON THE AXLE SHAFTS.

AND THAT'S WHY I WAS GONNAPUT IT IN THE FRONT AXLE.

IF WE EVER HAD TO DRIVEON THE ROAD, WE COULD JUST

UNLOCK THE FREEWHEELING HUB.

MECHANICAL LOCKER IS PERFECTFOR THE REAR BECAUSE IT

GIVES US THE BENEFIT OF THESPOOL LOCKING THE TWO AXLES

TOGETHER WHEN THEY SENSEWHEEL SPEED, BUT WHEN WE'RE

ON THE ROAD IT WILL GIVE USA LITTLE BIT OF DIFFERENTIAL

ACTION ALLOW THE TIRES TO MOVEINDEPENDENTLY OF EACH OTHER.

NOW WHY THE TWO DIFFERENTKINDS OF LOCKERS?

WELL PRICE!

TOGETHER THIS PACKAGECOMES IN RIGHT

AROUND $1,000 DOLLARS.

OUR BUDGET IS BLOWN!

I HAD TO BUY A BATTERYAND SOME BATTERY CABLES.

IF YOU REMEMBER I DITCHEDTHE STOCK GAS TANK.

SO I HAD TO GET A FUEL CELLAND AN EXTERNAL ELECTRIC

FUEL PUMP FROMSUMMIT RACING.

NOW I COULD GO AHEAD ANDJUSTIFY PUTTING THESE

LOCKERS IN THERE AND SAYINGYOU'VE GOTTA HAVE THEM.

YOU KNOW, IT'S WORTHSPENDING THE MONEY.

BUT THERE IS A WAY TO LOCKTHIS TRUCK UP FOR FREE.

TO REMOVE THE THIRD MEMBERFROM THE AXLE I HAVE TO

UNBOLT BOTH AXLE SHAFTS,PULL THEM OUT OF THE

CARRIER, AND DISCONNECTTHE DRIVESHAFTS.

WITH THE THIRD MEMBER ON THEBENCH, THE BEARING CAPS

ARE MARKED AND THEDIFFERENTIAL IS REMOVED.

THE DIFFERENTIAL CARRIERIS THEN SPLIT TO

EXPOSE THE SPIDER GEARS.

THESE GEARS ALLOWEACH AXLE TO ROTATE

INDEPENDENT OF EACH OTHER.

AND BY WELDING THE SPIDERGEARS TO THE SIDE GEARS,

IT PREVENTS THISFROM HAPPENING.

THE DIFFERENTIAL ISREASSEMBLED, AND WE NOW

HAVE A FULLY LOCKED AXLE.

I'M SURE SOME OF YOU GUYSARE WONDERING, IF YOU CAN

JUST WELD UP THE SPIDERGEARS IN THE DIFFERENTIAL,

WHY WOULD YOU EVENGO AND BUY A SPOOL?

WELL STRENGTH ISTHE MAIN ISSUE.

A WELDED DIFFERENTIALIS DEFINITELY NOT

AS STRONG AS A SPOOL.

AND THERE IS A CHANCE THATTHOSE WELDS COULD BREAK

ON THOSE SPIDER GEARS.

THE PROBLEM IS WHEN THEYDO BREAK YOU'RE GONNA HAVE

CHUNKS OF SPIDER GEAR ANDWELD BEADS ROLLING AROUND

THE INSIDE OF YOUR AXLE,AND THAT CAN CAUSE A LOT

OF COLLATERAL DAMAGE.

IT CAN TAKE OUT THE RINGGEAR, DAMAGE THE PINION,

AND DEFINITELY TEAR UPALL OF THE BEARINGS.

SO THE REPAIR AFTERONE BREAKS IS A

LOT MORE EXPENSIVE.

THE OTHER THING ISIS IT'S LIKE A SPOOL.

IT IS LOCKED 100PERCENT OF THE TIME.

SO IF YOU PUT A WELDEDDIFFERENTIAL ON THE STREET,

YOU'RE GONNA BE PUTTING ITUNDERNEATH A LOT OF LOAD AND

PROBABLY BREAK A LOT SOONER.

BUT IF YOU'VE IN THESITUATION THAT WE ARE WITH

NO MONEY TO SPEND AND YOUNEED LOCKED AXLES TO GET OUT

ON THE TRAIL, THIS IS AGREAT WAY TO GET BY UNTIL

YOU'VE GOT ENOUGH MONEYTO REPLACE THEM WITH A

MECHANICAL LOCKEROR A SPOOL.

(ANNOUNCER)>> COMING UP,FROM FLAT TIRES TO BENT TIE

RODS, THIS GROUP OF OFFROAD MACGYVER'S CAN HANDLE

JUST ABOUT ANY TRAIL FIX.

IF YOUR TIRES AREN'T WORKINGAS HARD AS YOU DO, THEY'RE

NOT WORKING HARD ENOUGH.

WHATEVER YOU DRIVE,DRIVE A FIRESTONE.

(COURTNEY)>> LET'SCHECK OUT THIS BEAUTIFUL

1960 NASH RAMBLER AMERICAN.

LIKE ALL GREAT CAR STORIES, ITWAS FOUND IN A MONTANA BARN

AND THEN MOVED TOKENTUCKY WHERE IT SAT AND

COLLECTED WATER, LITERALLY.

THEN THE NEW OWNERS, GEORGEAND VICKIE WARREN, BOUGHT IT

AND THE NEXT CHAPTER BEGAN.

IN A TWO AND A HALF YEARRESTO, GEORGE SAND BLASTED

EVERYTHING INSIDE AND OUT.

HE NARROWED THE FRAME IN HTEREAR FOUR INCHES PER SIDE,

BOXED, THEN TUBBEDIT FOR BIGGER TIRES.

INSIDE HE STRETCHED THE DASHDOWN THREE INCHES TO HOLD

THE RADIO AND A/C VENTS.

THE CLOTH SEATS ARE STOCK ANDCHECK OUT ALL THAT GLASS.

GEORGE HAD A FRIEND PAINTIT P-P-G "SOUR APPLE GREEN"

WITH A SILVER TOP.

IT ROLLS ON TORQUE THRUST WHEELSAND HOOSIER PRO STREET RUBBER.

IN 1960 IT WAS THE LOWESTPRICED WAGON IN AMERICA AND

28,813 AMERICANS BOUGHT ONE.

NOW LETS RETURN TO IANAND MORE XTRME OFF ROAD.

(IAN)>> WE'RE OUT HERE ATWOOLEY'S OFF ROAD PARK WITH

A BUNCH OF OTHER GUYS WHOHAVE EMBRACED THE LIFESTYLE

OF CHEAP WHEELING.

PROJECT DIRT CHEAP FUNIS ALL FINISHED UP AND

READY TO HIT THE TRAILS.

BUT BEFORE WE GET ANY MUDON THESE TIRES, LETS TAKE

A LOOK BACK AND SEEWHERE THIS ALL BEGAN.

IT ALL STARTED WHENWE WANTED TO BUILD A

LOW BUCK TRAIL RIG.

WE SET A BUDGET OF $5,000AND FOUND AN '86 TOYOTA

TURBO TRUCK FORSALE LOCALLY.

THE TRUCK WAS PRETTY RUSTY,BUT THE CAB AND THE FRAME

LOOKED GOOD AND SOLID.

IT WAS OURS FOR THE TAKING.

ONCE BACK AT THE SHOP,WE STRIPPED THE TRUCK

DOWN TO A BARE FRAME.

WE DIDN'T KNOW WHAT SHAPETHE ENGINE WAS WHEN WE

POPPED THE HOOD ATTHE SALVAGE YARD.

BUT CONSIDERING IT DIDN'TEVEN HAVE A VALVE COVER, IT

MADE SENSE TO REBUILD IT.

IT DIDN'T TAKE LONGTO FIND TROUBLE.

THAT CLUTCH IS TOAST.

BUT THE MORE WE TORE INTOTHE MOTOR THE BETTER IT

LOOKED, ESPECIALLYIT THE CYLINDERS.

ACTUALLY IT LOOKSREALLY GOOD.

I MEAN IT'S DIRTY, NO RUSTAT THE END OF THE CYLINDERS.

FEEL THE LIP, THERE'SNOT A LOT OF RIDGE IN IT.

IF IT WAS RUNNING BADTHERE'D BE A BIG CARBON LIP

ON THERE, BUT THERE'S NOT.

LETS SEE IF IT ROLLS OVER.

WE THEN FRESHENED UP THEENGINE WITH A COMPLETE

REBUILD KIT ANDGAVE IT A FACELIFT

WITH A COAT OF PAINT.

NEXT UP WE TACKLED THESUSPENSION, FIRST BY CUTTING

OFF THE I-F-S AS A WHOLEUNIT, AND REPLACING IT WITH

A SOLID AXLE SITTINGON SOME LEAF SPRINGS.

OUT BACK A COMPLETELYREDESIGNED FOUR LINK

SUSPENSION WAS BUILT TOPROVIDE MAXIMUM ARTICULATION.

TIRES ARE KEY TO GOODPERFORMANCE OFF ROAD, BUT

A GOOD SET OF BEAD LOCKSARE JUST AS IMPORTANT.

KEEPING THE BUDGET IN MIND,THE FACTORY TOYOTA WHEELS

WERE TREATED TO A D-I-YBEAD LOCK CONVERSION.

FOR ROCK CRAWLING YOUNEED A LOT OF TORQUE.

AND BY REBUILDING OURTRANSFER CASE WITH A SET OF

FOUR POINT SEVEN TO ONE LOWRANGE GEARS WE WOULD HAVE

ALL THE TORQUE WE WOULD NEEDTO GET THROUGH THE ROCKS.

EVEN THOUGH WE WERE WORKINGON A BUDGET, WE STILL WANTED

THIS RIG TO LOOK COOL.

SO AFTER PREPPING THE CAB,SPRAYED IT WITH TWO

COATS OF DUPLI-COLORRATTLE CAN PAINT.

AND A SET OF FIBERGLASSFENDERS WERE ADDED

FOR EXTRA FLARE.

TO PROTECT THE CAB AND THEOCCUPANTS WHILE WHEELING,

A TUBE BED AND EXO-CAGEWERE BUILT USING INCH AND

FIVE-EIGHTHS D-O-M TUBING.

SO HOW DID OUR BUDGETFARE DURING THIS REBUILD?

WELL WE SPENT $500 BUCKS ONOUR ENGINE REBUILD, $1,100

DOLLARS ON SUSPENSIONUPGRADES, $500 DOLLARS TO

GET LOW GEARS INTO THE CASE,$480 BUCKS ON PAINT AND

TUBING, A $350 DOLLAR HIGHSTEER KIT, AND $1,500 BUCKS

FOR THE TIRES AND WHEELS.

TOSS ON AN ADDITIONAL $600DOLLARS FOR MISCELLANEOUS

ITEMS AND WE'VESPENT $5,030 BUCKS!

(ANNOUNCER)>> COMING UP.

( )>> TURN THE CELL PHONEOFF, GO OUT IN THE WOODS,

AND FORGET ABOUTWORK AND RELAX.

(ANNOUNCER)>> THEPERFECT DAY ON THE TRAIL!

(IAN)>> FOR OUR TOYOTA'SFIRST TRAIL RIDE WE DECIDED

TO BRING ALONGA FEW FRIENDS.

LIKE US, THEY BUILT THEIRRIGS ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET.

(NATHAN)>> SOMEWHEREAROUND $4,500 DOLLARS.

(RHYN)>> CLOSE TO$5,000 IN IT WHEN IT'S

ALL SAID AND DONE.

(ANDY)>> ABOUT$3,900 DOLLARS.

(DANIEL)>> I'M RIGHTAT $5,000 DOLLARS.

(IAN)>> RIGHT AWAY WE NOTICEDOUR TRUCK WAS SMOKING

MORE THAN A FRESHLYREBUILT ENGINE SHOULD.

WE HAVE SINCE FIGURED THISOUT TO BE A STICKING VALVE

IN THE HEAD OCCASIONALLYFLOODING OUR EXHAUST

WITH UNBURNT FUEL.

THAT TELLS US THAT THE NEWHEAD WE GOT WITH OUR TRUCK

MAYBE WASN'T ALL THAT NEW.

BUT THESE THINGS AREGONNA HAPPEN WHEN YOU

BUILD ON A TIGHT BUDGET.

THE TRUCK IS NOT GONNA BEPERFECT, BUT IT IS SOMETHING

WE'LL HAVE TO FIX BEFOREOUR NEXT TRIP OUT.

FOR TODAY IT ISN'TKEEPING OUR TRUCK FROM

CONQUERING THE TRAILS.

WHOOPS!

WHEN YOU'RE BUILDING ON ABUDGET, YOU END UP RUNNING

A LOT OF STOCK PARTS.

AND LIKE THIS STEERING ROD,SOMETIMES THEY JUST

DON'T HOLD UP TOHARDCORE WHEELING.

(ANDY)>> I HAD AN ISSUEWITH THE STEERING,

I BENT MY CROSS TIE ROD.

IT WAS STILL AFACTORY THIN PART.

WE ENDED UP SLEEVING IT WITHA HIGH LIFT JACK AND BEEN

RIDING THE REST OF THE DAY.

(IAN)>> THAT KIND OF DO ITYOURSELF INVENTIVENESS RUNS

IN THE BLOOD OF BUDGETWHEELERS, WHETHER THEY'RE

IMPROVISING A TRAILFIX OR DESIGNING

THEIR LATEST PROJECT.

(DANIEL)>> IF YOU THINK IT'SEXPENSIVE IT'S REALLY ONLY

AS EXPENSIVE AS YOUMAKE TO AN EXTENT.

BUT IF YOU TAKE YOUR TIMEAND BE SMART WHEN YOU WHEEL

IT CAN BE VERY AFFORDABLE.

(ANDY)>> GETUSED TO WORKING.

YOU'VE GOT TO BE WILLINGTHE TIME TO BUILD IT

INSTEAD OF THE MONEY.

(IAN)>> ANDY SAVED SOMEMONEY AND CREATED A UNIQUE

RIDE WHEN HE COMBINEDTHE CHASSIS OF A TOYOTA

WITH THE BODY OF KIA.

(ANDY)>> I ACQUIRED A TOYOTATRUCK THAT THE BODY WAS SHOT

BUT THE DRIVETRAIN WAS GOOD.

SO I NEEDED SOMETHING TO PUTIT IN AND HAPPENED TO CROSS

A CRAIG'S LIST AD FORA $600 KIA SPORTAGE.

IT'S GOT TOYOTA DRIVETRAIN,MOTOR, TRANSMISSION,

TRANSFER CASE, AND AXLES.

THREE LINK FRONT AND REAROUT OF FACTORY J-K LINKS

WITH AN AIR BAG SYSTEM.

I AM RUNNING A GROOVEDSET OF 35 INCH T-S-L'S.

ABOUT THE ONLY TREAD ON THEMIS WHAT I GROOVED INTO THEM.

THESE TIRES WEREACTUALLY WORE DOWN

PAST THE WEAR LINES.

THEY WERE TOO SMOOTH TORUN ON THE STREET ANYMORE.

THAT'S HOW I GOT THEM CHEAP.

AND I TOOK A GROOVER ANDALL THIS, ALL THESE TREADS

ARE ALL CUT IN THERE.

(IAN)>> WE'VE SEEN MANYUNASSUMING SAMURAIS ZIP

RIGHT UP THE TRAIL WITHEASE, AND NATHAN WHITEAKER'S

ZUK IS NO EXCEPTION.

(NATHAN)>> IT HAS TOYOTAAXLES, FOUR LINK REAR

SUSPENSION, AIR SHOCKS.

THE AXLES AREPRETTY MUCH STOCK,

JUST WELDED DIFFERENTIALS.

IT HAS A LOWERGEAR TRANSFER CASE.

CUT IT OFF IN THE BACK ANDADDED SOME TUBING TO MAKE

IT LOOK A LITTLE BETTERAND A LITTLE SAFER.

MY FIRST VEHICLE WAS ASUZUKI SAMURAI, AND OF

COURSE BEING MY FIRSTVEHICLE, I DISCOVERED EARLY

THAT THEY WERE REALLYTOUGH CAUSE I WASN'T

PLEASANT WITH IT.

IT DOES CLIMB WELL AND A LOTOF ITS WEIGHT, THEY'RE A LOT

LIGHTER THAN OTHER VEHICLESAND SOMETIMES I THINK HAVING

LESS POWER ALMOST HELPS.

YOU DON'T BREAK AS MUCH.

AND SOMETIMES IT MAY HELP YOUGET A LITTLE MORE TRACTION.

IT'S ALWAYS GREAT WHEN YOUSEE SOMEBODY TRY, AND TRY,

AND TRY IN SOMETHING THATTHEY'VE GOT $40,000, $50,000

DOLLARS IN AND I PULL UP INSOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE

YOU DRUG IT OUT OF AFENCE ROLL AND YOU

CLIMB RIGHT UP IT.

ALSO DOESN'T MAKE THEMVERY HAPPY EITHER.

UP NEXT, AN IN DEPTH LOOKAT OUR TOYOTA'S PERFORMANCE.

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AND NOW MORE XTREME OFF ROAD.

(IAN)>> WE'RE BACK ON XTREMEOFF ROAD WHEELING WITH A

BUNCH OF TRUCKS THATCOST $5,000 OR LESS.

WITH THE FENDERS OFFTHE FEAR OF BODY

DAMAGE WAS GONE.

SO ROLLING THROUGH THETIGHT TRAILS WITH A LITTLE

SPEED IS NO PROBLEM.

FOUR LINKING THE BACK OFTHIS TRUCK WAS DEFINITELY

WORTH THE EXTRA MONEY.

THE REAR AXLE CAN EASILYFLEX OVER THE ROCKS IN THE

TRENCH KEEPING BOTHWHEELS ON THE GROUND

AND US MOVING FORWARD.

THE EXO-CAGE DOES A GREATJOB PROTECTING THE CAB AND

FRONT SHEET METAL FROMDAMAGE WHEN ON THE TRAIL.

IN SERIOUS OFF CAMBER TRAILSLIKE THIS ONE, THE ROOF BARS

AS WELL AS THE MAINHOOP DOING THEIR JOB.

THE TRAIL GEAR LEAF PACKSALLOW THE FRONT END TO

FLEX WHEN WE NEEDEDSERIOUS ARTICULATION.

HAVING THE FOUR POINT SEVENTO ONE GEARS IN OUR CASE

MEANS WE WOULD EASILYPICK DIFFERENT GEARS

FOR DIFFERENTPARTS OF THE TRAIL.

FIRST GEAR FOR MAXIMUMTRACTION, SLOW SPEED

CRAWLING, BUT IF WE NEED TOWE COULD REV UP AND DUMP THE

CLUTCH IN THIRD TO GETSOME WHEEL SPEED, HOP

UP OVER SOME LEDGES.

TRY THIS WITH A SET OFFACTORY GEARS AND THE ENGINE

WOULD JUST STALL OUT.

NOW WE WEREN'T THE ONLYTOYOTA ON THE TRAIL.

RHYN BROGDEN AND HISSON ALEX BROUGHT ALONG

THEIR PICK UP TOO.

(RHYN)>> IT'S A 1983 TOYOTA.

I PUT LEAF SPRINGSON IT, PUT A LOCKER

IN THE FRONT END.

I WELDED THE REAR END.

BOUGHT A DOUBLE TRANSFERCASE, BUCKET SEATS, INTERIOR

ROLL CAGE, BOBBED THE BED,BOUGHT THE WHEELS AND TIRES

USED, AND WE RIDE IT A LOT.

(IAN)>> RHYN BOUGHT HISFIRST TRAIL TRUCK, A JEEP,

BACK WHEN HE WAS 16.

WHEELING'S BEEN PARTOF HIS LIFE EVER SINCE.

WE ASKED HIM TO DESCRIBEA GOOD DAY ON THE TRAIL.

(RHYN)>> TURN THE CELL PHONEOFF, GO OUT IN THE WOODS,

AND FORGET ABOUTWORK AND RELAX.

AND IT'S A CHALLENGE TOO.

I ENJOY KNOWING IMADE IT UP THE HILL.

(IAN)>> OF ALL THE VEHICLESON TODAY'S TRAIL RIDE,

DANIEL WILLIS'S WRANGLERLOOKS THE LEAST

LIKE A BUDGET RIG.

HE GOT A DEAL ON IT BECAUSE ITWAS DAMAGED IN AN ACCIDENT.

(DANIEL)>> THE REAR END, THECOVER, ALL THE COVER BOLTS

WERE BROKEN OFF INTOTHE REAR END FLUSH.

ALL THE RING GEAR BOLTS WEREPULLED OUT OF IT, AND THE

TRANSFER CASE, THE PUMPHAD COME DISCONNECTED

IN THE TRANSFER CASE.

(IAN)>> AFTER A $5,000DOLLAR INVESTMENT AND MANY

LONG HOURS IN THESHOP, DANIEL HAS A FULL

FLEDGED TRAIL MACHINE.

ALL IN ALL A GREAT DAYON THE TRAIL WITH A

GREAT GROUP OF WHEELERS.

TODAY PROVES THAT YOUDON'T NEED TO HAVE SIX

FIGURES IN THE BANKTO HAVE FUN OFF ROAD.

YOU JUST NEED A GOOD GROUPOF FELLOW OFF ROADERS AND

THEIR CHEAP WHEELERS.

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