|01-19-2017 11:06 AM|
|01-17-2017 10:29 PM|
|mud.man.rj||So stalking other people's trucks and taking pic's too, not inspirational at all was it.|
|01-17-2017 09:44 PM|
As an ex welder , those welds are crapola, we call it bird s$&t.
|01-17-2017 07:28 PM|
All kidding aside, hopefully the owner and his spouse go 400+ a piece for some front end ballast.
|01-17-2017 07:18 PM|
Come on now is right! Check out this pathetic welding on this utility boxed truck. This huge working truck, check this out!
First off you can see the bumper, then the two welds that were holding it on. NO THIS IS NOT A JOKE! That half inch weld (quarter teaspoon of corn bread more like it) was on one side and the other inch and half weld looking like oatmeal was on the other side! There were three 1/4" bolts holding it to the rear body, that was it, license plate bolts basically and the two pathetic welds! This is a VERY heavy step bumper. Understand that there were NO BOLTS going through those brackets. ALL that was holding the bumper to the truck were the three 1/4" bolts and those two pathetic welds!
Then the bed, look at the size of this bed, the weld you see on the piece of square tubing is one of the four that is holding that bed on!
They BARELY penetrated and there is only ONE at each corner of the bed, it's not welded on the other side of that tubing, just the one.
|01-12-2017 08:57 AM|
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|01-12-2017 07:01 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
If he had removed the rear window and elevated the hitch ball to keep the camper above the roof, he could have moved it forward into the bed more and gotten it better, but I shouldn't give people competing for the Darwin award ideas...
|01-12-2017 05:41 AM|
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|01-11-2017 04:11 PM|
I didn't mean for no one to comment,,but that I had no words to explain this,
|01-06-2017 01:35 PM|
Then I thought about it and realized this could be the guy your driving behind going 80 mph.
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