Discussion in 'What is Todd (TEXASLAWMAN) doing today.' started by TEXASLAWMAN, Feb 16, 2016.
A wrap, huh? That'll make for a nice add-on.
The wrap will have life preserves on it that will inflate if under water.
Looks great Lawman!
Looking good Lawman. Cruising in style with that Lexus emblem.
The hunting rig part 2! What is the story on it? Mark Cuban had it for sale?
Sweet Ride. Time to go and bust some pork. Can't wait to see the wrap.
No it was not for sale but a friend of mine was at the right place at the right time and helped a brother out.
SINK HOLE?!?!?!?!?!?! DANG...
Yep this is the same spot that day notice the white post marking the gate and natural gas line behind the truck
I drove that road every day that week no issues then this is that night. Same gate but now a 6ft hole. The only think that kept the truck from sinking is the front axle caught on the ledge. The rear of the truck is floating in this picture.
I hate to ask, but do you plan to add lockers to both differentials?
I know this is a high cost item, but I am certain you know the value of 4 wheel traction in that Hated Mud.
Came from the factory with lockers these were the real landcruisers.
Even in the Lexus configuration? That's surprising to me. Nice to hear that it's already worthy of more than just pavement.
Same exact truck just has the emblem and nicer interior.
Good deal. Almost like having the ol' friend living on.
It is the exact same truck with a few cosmetic differences but I do recall when I was looking at buying a Land Cruiser because of TLM's recommendation he said something to the effect of the Lexus being the Mall Cruiser version. LOL.....
LOL... well... when a feller gets older...
Old men tend to go more for comfort...lol
Talk about bittersweet!
Is it the twin turbo diesel or gas? Were you able to check out the snorkel in real time use before the sinkhole?
I have a 2015 Duramax diesel 3500 crew cab 4x4 single wheel, Warn winches front and back, plus pretty much all kinds of extra goodies.
The only thing left that I could possibly do is add on the snorkel. But afraid it may lure me to do things that I really shouldn't be doing to begin with and not too sure about how the interior of the vehicle would seal up getting water through the doors.
Just curious how deep you ever went with it?
This is the us import straight 6 gas. The sinkhole formed on the road and was 6 foot deep I had driven through the same spot everyday that week just standing water like usual.
The snorkel kept water out of the engine. Water got in through the fuel after sitting 10 hours under water. The wrecker driver had me start it, I knew better but was exhausted and not thinking straight.
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