Wednesday, September 29, 2010



Yeah this is me making some quick repairs on my truck. Just hooked a chain to my buddy's truck and we pulled out the bumper. I think it worked real swell. A lot cheaper than going to a mechanic.

EDIT: Backed my truck into a pole going 30MPH, resulting in the problem......yeah.

21 comments:

  1. It may be cheaper, but I think it lacks a bit of finesse. :)

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  2. Could we see some pics before/after? I guess im not following your logic lol WHY DID YOU PULL THE BUMPER OFF! :P

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  3. you ripped the bumper of ur truck?
    for what reason
    and good thing u didnt bend anything!
    also thx for the comment!

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  4. ^ This :)

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  5. Why did you back into a pole at 30? That's the real question for me :P

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  6. I wasn't in a "right" state of mind ;)

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  7. Hahaha, well done. Good job though.

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  8. Thanks for you comment man. Sorry to hear about your truck!

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  9. Why were you going 30 mph reverse?

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  10. sucks bro! hope you get it fixed on the cheap

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  12. thats just innovation..Mechanics screw you pretty bad on labor so yeah this was a good option

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  13. oh shit that sucks about your truck.

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  14. Lol hell yeah! DIY ftw! Nothing wrong with fixing things cheap!

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  15. I had to do this to a snowmobile one time because I crashed it into a car. Long story, but I put the snowmobile between two trees and yanked the bend out of the front bumper with a come-along.

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