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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-15-2007, 03:00 AM Thread Starter
 
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Bad News....

6.4LKid called me up about 2 hours ago and told me someone t-boned him, didnt believe him until I saw it......







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While they were under there, did they get a look at how the sensors were hooked up to his straight pipe?

Hope you get everything fixed okay.
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Sorry to hear that, i feel for him.... Hope he was alright.....
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oh god, that really really sux, are they gonna replace the truck, what exactly is broken? Could it be replaced or does it have to be totaled? And where did the exhaust go? shoot that was a good lookin truck too. Maybe thats some dead for designers up there saying "Don't mess w/ our new exhaust" Hope he gets the truck back on the road soon

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While they were under there, did they get a look at how the sensors were hooked up to his straight pipe?

Hope you get everything fixed okay.
I know how the sensors are hooked up, I'm the one that made the straight pipe...
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post #6 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-15-2007, 03:28 AM
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whats the drivers side look like? looks fixable.

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Well I'm no expert and haven't seen the truck up close but with the rear axle pushed that far in I bet the crash bent the frame.

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Well I'm no expert and haven't seen the truck up close but with the rear axle pushed that far in I bet the crash bent the frame.

Could have put a little diamond in the frame which could be pulled out but if it took out the leaf spring mounts the frame should be replaced. It won't total though. Thats too bad at least you guys took some video for us while it was rolling. :Thumbup:

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I would want a new one.

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That sucks!

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