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    Toaster Jeep Rescue/Naches Trail

    Valiant efforts with zip ties. If only you had some duct tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BABOOZLE View Post
    .......I was also thinking that a spare tie rod would be a good thing to have with an IFS rig.


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    Yes, a spare tie rod and a spare CV shaft at a minimum.

    I gave up on IFS rigs, it's just too hard to keep them going

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Valiant efforts with zip ties. If only you had some duct tape.
    Oh, we finished it off with Nuclear grade duct tape. IMG_2935.jpg


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    Nice job! ^^

    I'm always amazed how few tools, let alone spare parts people carry around with them. I understand if you're only on pavement but anyone that's going to push a vehicle offroad has to be prepared for a break. Especially guys with modified rigs. It's not like you can stop by the local NAPA & get parts off the shelf. (LOL, one of the reasons my rig weighs 6000lbs )

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    That tie rod is about as thick as my pinky. Just shows that the renegade is not off-road worthy, beyond smooth fire roads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    That tie rod is about as thick as my pinky. Just shows that the renegade is not off-road worthy, beyond smooth fire roads.
    Those things are basically Fiat 500's, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Those things are basically Fiat 500's, no?
    I would not be surprised if that were true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BABOOZLE View Post
    Oh, we finished it off with Nuclear grade duct tape. IMG_2935.jpg


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    I surprised that didn’t do the trick, what with the tape being red and all. 🤣

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    I've run that trail before...did you guys go up to Fun Rocks or Moon Rocks?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Nice job! ^^

    I'm always amazed how few tools, let alone spare parts people carry around with them. I understand if you're only on pavement but anyone that's going to push a vehicle offroad has to be prepared for a break. Especially guys with modified rigs. It's not like you can stop by the local NAPA & get parts off the shelf. (LOL, one of the reasons my rig weighs 6000lbs )
    I always get frustrated when people break down on the trail or need a basic tool and they didn’t bring anything.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    I've run that trail before...did you guys go up to Fun Rocks or Moon Rocks?...
    No, we just did the Naches Trail. We ended up getting off early since we spent so much time with the Renegade.



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