Sorry i dont have any good close ups ,, but it aint hard to make at all, i just cut l leaf in 1/2 and bolted/strapped it to a piece of 1/4 inch angle iron that i welded to the frame,, the lower leaf is stock and you can kinda see what i did in that one pic a few posts up,, it does give more flex but its not enough for me,, and i think a Revolver shackle would privide about the same flex and easier to install,, also Samiam did the 3/4 eliptical setup,, and i believe he took more pix of it,ya may ask him, but,i could go take some pix of mine if needed
really Sam?? i dunno what the heck i called em to be honest,, is there a way to go ahead and delete em from the server to recover bandwith? or if not,, is there a way to recover em??so ppl can see em,, and ohh yea,, while im thinking about it,,, what ever happened to that guy who was giving free web space?? i emailed him a time or 2 and never got any reply,,
as for running propane,,, hell no man,, im about 65% *******,, except fer the cockroach killin boots and the 10 gallon hat,, and the music i listen to aint really ******* either,, so yup,, that thar is a home built molson golden beer keg gas tank,, i drank,,uhh made it myself,, not really i have not gone boozin since new years 2000 so i really didnt drink it,, but i did make it myself,, i got a pic of it somewhere but im too tired now to find it,, i'll post it later
well today was a bit different of a wheeling trip. I went to the Hard rated trails instead of the extreme rated ones here, this spot is about 10 miles or so from the other one i usually goto, not as much jagged rock , but way more long hillclimbs up mountainsides, just as much fun, just a bit different, the only carnage of the day included a stick thru the tire, I had to break out the old plugs and plug my new high dollar tire, and to top it off i forgot the air chuck back at athe van, so i didnt get any pix of the tire going flat, had to hurry and plug before i lost all the air, heres a few shots of where i went
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