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XOR - Xtreme Off-Road Builds

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Dupli-Color
VHT, Paint, Roll Bar, Epoxy, Satin, Black, 11 oz., Aerosol Spray Can, Each
Edwards Ironworkers
55 TON EDWARDS IRONWORKER with Hydraulic Accessory Pack option; 10 Ton Bender, 15 Ton Horizontal press,Tubing Roller and 40 Ton Shop Press.
ESAB
The Official Welding and Cutting Supplier of Xtreme Off Road, featuring the all-new Rebel 215 Multi-Process Welder
Fox Racing Shox
2.0 Factory Series Air Shock, 14"
Rigid Industries
E2 40" - Combo, E-Series, Optics: Specter - Hyperspot / Driving, LED
Rigid Industries
Radiance 40" Red Back-Light
RockAuto.com
Brake Hardware, Brake Calipers, Brake Hoses, Hard Brake Line Tubing, Brake Pads
The Industrial Depot
The Industrial Depot - Fasteners, Hardware, and Shop Supplies
TMR Customs
14 Bolt Differential Cover, CNC laser cut, formed and welded from 3/8" plate

Episode Transcript

(ANNOUNCER)>> TODAY ON XTREME OFF ROAD PROJECT DISCOUNT DATSUN IS READY TO ROLL. WE'LL PUT THIS PICK UP THROUGH THE PACES AND SEE

HOW IT HOLDS UP DURING A LONG DAY ON THE TRAIL. PLUS WE'LL MEET A FATHER/DAUGHTER TEAM WHO AREN'T AFRAID TO PUT THEIR BUDGET RIG INTO SOME TRICKY TRENCHES.

(IAN)>> JUST CHECKING THE REAR SUSPENSION FLEX ON PROJECT DISCOUNT DATSUN, ENSURING THAT THE TIRES CLEAR ALL THE SHEET METAL. GETTING IT READY FOR IT'S INITIAL TRAIL RIDE. NOW THERE'S A FEW KEY ITEMS I NEED TO TAKE CARE OF BEFORE WE TOSS THIS THING INTO THE DIRT. I'M SURE YOU CAN TELL, I HAVEN'T FINISHED MY CHASE RACK EXOCAGE COMBINATION I'VE GOT PLANNING FOR THIS RIG. SO THAT IS FIRST ON THE TO DO LIST TODAY, BUT I'VE GOT TO SAY, THIS TRUCK, WELL IT'S COME A LONG WAY.

WHEN IT FIRST SHOWED UP AT THE XOR SHOP, THIS TRUCK WAS A LOWERED TWO WHEEL DRIVE STREET TRUCK. NOT THAT THERE'S ANYTHING WRONG WITH THAT, IT'S JUST NOT OUR STYLE.

SO I PULLED OUT THE TORCH AND STARTED CUTTING.

THE ENTIRE BACK HALF OF THE TRUCK HAD TO GO, ALONG WITH THE FRONT SUSPENSION. A 14 BOLT REAR AXLE AND A CUSTOM FRONT DANA 60 WERE BUILT. ALL HUNG USING A FOUR LINK KIT IN THE REAR AND A THREE LINK KIT UP FRONT. SUSPENDED USING TWO POINT ZERO AIR SHOCKS. INSIDE EACH AXLE WELDED CARRIERS, 5.38 GEARS,

STOCK SHAFTS, AND DRIVE FLANGES UP FRONT. THEN WE MOUNTED UP SOME 42 INCH TALL TIRES ON CUSTOM

MADE STEEL BEAD LOCKS. AND TO MAKE THIS RIG A TRUE FOUR WHEEL DRIVE A SUZUKI SAMURAI TRANSFER CASE WAS REBUILT, ADDING SIX AND A HALF TO ONE LOW RANGE GEARS.

BEFORE I CAN START BUILDING, I HAVE TO REMOVE A FEW KEY COMPONENTS. THE FRONT FENDERS, REAR CAGE KICKERS, AND THE TEMPORARY SPACER TUBES. THEN A PIECE OF INCH AND THREE QUARTER DOM CAN BE CUT, BENT, AND NOTCHED TO FIT THE CAB.

WITH THIS TUBE IN POSITION YOU GET AN IDEA OF HOW THIS EXOCAGE IS GONNA RUN. IT'S GONNA RUN NICE AND TIGHT TO THE APILLAR AND RIGHT ACROSS THE TOP OF THE ROOF. NOW THAT POSES A PROBLEM. SEE I'M NOT REAL FOND OF THIS PRIMER GRAY PAINT. I REALLY LIKE THE CUMMINS BEIGE THAT I PUT ON THE WHEELS, AND I ALSO HAVE SPRAYED A LITTLE BIT ON THIS DOOR JUST TO SEE WHAT IT'LL LOOK LIKE.

THIS TRUCK IS SCREAMING TO BE THIS COLOR. I CAN'T PAINT IT ONCE THE EXOCAGE IS IN PLACE.

SO BEFORE I START WELDING THESE TUBES IN I'VE GOT A LITTLE BIT OF PAINTING TO DO. FOR NOW I'M JUST GONNA PAINT THE AREAS OF THE TRUCK THAT WILL BE UNDERNEATH

THE EXOCAGE TUBING. BOTH APILLARS AND THE ENTIRE ROOF, ALONG WITH THE WIPER COWL. THE BODY DOESN'T NEED AN EXCESSIVE AMOUNT OF PREP BECAUSE THE GRAY PRIMER IS AN EXCELLENT SURFACE FOR CUMMINS BEIGE COLOR TO ADHERE TO. THE ROOF TUBES ARE INSTALLED OVER THE CAB AND SOME INCH AND A HALF DOM SLUGS ARE PREPPED TO FIT INSIDE THOSE TUBES. [ WELDER CRACKLING ]

(IAN)>> AND A REAR HOOP SECTION IS INSTALLED TO CREATE THE BOTTOM SIDE OF THE CHASE RACK. [ WELDER CRACKLING ]

(IAN)>> THE REAR KICKERS ARE REINSTALLED ALONG WITH THE FRONT BARS TO COMPLETE THE RACK SLASH EXOCAGE COMBO. WHEN I GUTTED THE FRONT OF PROJECT DISCOUNT DATSUN I KNEW THAT I WAS GONNA HAVE TO DITCH THE HEADLIGHTS IN EXCHANGE FOR A LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY TO MAKE ROOM FOR 42 INCH TALL TIRES.

NOW I WAS OKAY WITH THAT BECAUSE I HAD A PLAN. REMEMBER, OUR EXOCAGE IS PART CAGE PART BAJA STYLE CHASE RACK, AND THERE'S A STAPLE ON EVERY CHASE RACK OUT THERE.

THAT'S SOME TYPE OF OFF ROAD LIGHTING. NOW I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE THINKING. THIS IS A BUDGET BUILD AND RIGHT NOW I HAVE A RIGID INDUSTRIES COMPETITION STYLE 40 INCH LED LIGHT BAR. NOW THIS IS A PREMIUM LIGHT BAR. IT'S BASICALLY THE SAME BAR THAT YOU'RE GONNA SEE MOUNTED ONTO THE ROOF OF A TROPHY TRUCK OR THE FRONT OF AN ULTRA FOUR CAR AS IT'S BLASTING THROUGH THE DESERT AT UP TO 100 MILES AN HOUR. NOW IT TAKES A VERY SPECIALIZED LIGHT TO HANDLE THAT KIND OF ABUSE AND PRODUCE ENOUGH LIGHT TO KEEP THAT DRIVER SAFE AND IN CONTROL OF THAT VEHICLE. DO YOU NEED THAT MUCH TECHNOLOGY IN A SIMPLE TRAIL TRUCK OR STREET TRUCK? NO YOU DON'T. THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT RIGID INDUSTRIES NOW

HAS AN AFFORDABLE ENTRY LEVEL LIGHT. THIS IS THE RADIANCE SERIES LIGHT BAR. NOW IT HAS THE SAME HOUSING AND THE SAME OVERALL DIMENSIONS AS THE COMPETITION STYLE BAR. SO IT WILL FIT IN ANY BRACKETS THAT ARE DESIGNED AROUND THE ESERIES LIGHT BARS, BUT IT HAS ITS OWN BROAD SPOT OPTIC AS WELL AS A UNIQUE BACK LIGHT FEATURE. THE COOL THING IS ALTHOUGH IT IS AN AFFORDABLE ENTRY LEVEL BAR YOU'RE GONNA GET THAT LEGENDARY RIGID BUILD QUALITY AND A LIGHT BAR THAT'S DESIGNED, ENGINEERED, AND ASSEMBLED RIGHT HERE IN THE USA. TABS ARE USED TO MOCK THE LIGHT BAR INTO POSITION ON THE RACK AND THE REST OF THE TUBING CAN BE FULLY WELDED. [ WELDER CRACKLING ]

(ANNOUNCER)>> UP NEXT, BRAKES AND BODY PROTECTION

BEFORE OUR DATSUN BRAVES THE TRAIL.

(IAN)>> A COUPLE OF LAST ITEMS TO TAKE CARE OF ON THIS TRUCK, AND THE FIRST IS GONNA BE SOME TYPE OF BODY PROTECTION DOWN HERE ON THE ROCKER. NOW IT'S NOT JUST TO PROTECT THIS PRISTINE BODY WORK ON THE TRUCK, THERE'S ACTUALLY A REASON THAT YOU HAVE A ROCK SLIDER. THE SHEET METAL WILL NOT SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF A VEHICLE. SO IF I COME OFF OF A TRAIL OBSTACLE, LIKE A ROCK, AND IT GETS INTO THE ROCKER IT'LL ACTUALLY HANG UP THE TRUCK AND IT WON'T BE ABLE TO TRAVEL ANY FURTHER. A SMOOTH, FLAT ROCK SLIDER WILL ALLOW THE TIRES TO BASICALLY DRAG THE BODY OVER THE ROCK AND CONTINUE UP THE TRAIL. AND WHEN YOU'RE WORKING ON A BUDGET AND YOU WANT A

GOOD STRONG ROCK SLIDER NOTHING BEATS QUARTER INCH SQUARE STEEL.

TWO BY TWO SQUARE TUBING IS CUT, AND PLACED ON JACK STANDS UNDERNEATH THE BODY. I LIKE TO GET THE ROCK SLIDER AS CLOSE TO THE ROCKER PANEL AS POSSIBLE, EVEN IF IT MEANS

CLEARANCING THE PINCH WELD SLIGHTLY.

OUTRIGGERS ARE TACKED INTO PLACE AND THE ROCKER IS REMOVED TO FINISH WELD. [ WELDER CRACKLING ]

(IAN)>> THREESIXTEENTHS INCH STEEL IS SHEARED TO

MAKE A CAP FOR THE FRONT AND ON THE REAR THE CAP ALSO ACTS AS A BRACE BETWEEN THE SLIDER AND THE OUTRIGGER. THE ROCK SLIDER IS THEN WELDED ONTO THE TRUCK. NOW ON THIS PARTICULAR TRUCK, THIS ROCK SLIDER ACTUALLY HAS ONE MORE ADDED BENEFIT. IF YOU REMEMBER, THE FRAME RAILS ON THIS TRUCK, THEY WEREN'T IN THAT GOOD OF SHAPE. SO BY ADDING THIS RAIL TO THE OUTSIDE AND TYING IT INTO THE FISH PLATE AT THE JOINT FROM OUR NEW FRAME RAIL TO THE ORIGINAL FRAME RAIL, ALL THE WAY UP TO

THE SUSPENSION MOUNT IN THE FRONT, WE'VE BASICALLY ADDED A SECOND FRAME RAIL. AND THIS QUARTER INCH THICK STEEL IS MUCH STRONGER THAN THE FACTORY FRAME RAIL. BUT WHEN YOU'RE BUILDING A RIG TO GO OFF ROAD IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT PROTECTING THE PEOPLE INSIDE AND THE SHEET METAL. THERE'S SOME KEY COMPONENTS THAT NEED PROTECTION AS WELL. YOU'VE PROBABLY NOTICED THAT OUR REAR 14 BOLT HAS BEEN ROCKIN' WITHOUT A COVER, AND THAT IS BECAUSE I DON'T WANT TO REUSE THE STOCK ONE. IF YOU'RE ON THE TRAIL WITH A STOCK COVER AND BACK INTO A ROCK, IT IS GOING TO DENT THE COVER

IN, CONTACT THE RING GEAR, AND POSSIBLY CAUSE DAMAGE TO IT. YOU NEED TO UPGRADE IT. I ORDERED ONE OF THESE TMR HEAVY DUTY 14 BOLT COVERS. NOW IT IS MADE OUT OF BEEFY THREEEIGHTHS INCH THICK PLATE, AND IT'S FULLY WELDED OUTSIDE AND INSIDE FOR EXTRA STRENGTH. THIS WILL JUST HELP PROTECT OUR GEAR SET WHEN

WE'RE ON THE TRAIL. I DIDN'T ORDER ONE FOR THE FRONT BECAUSE I'VE GOT THAT TUBE TRUSS THAT'S HOLDING OUR FULL HYDRAULIC STEERING, AND THAT WILL PROTECT THAT GEAR SET. AND SINCE I'M WORKING ON A BUDGET, I ONLY WANTED TO SPEND MONEY WHERE IT'S NEEDED, ON THIS

COVER FOR THE BACK.

[ IMPACT DRILL SPINNING ]

(IAN)>> WHEN YOU'RE BUILDING A CUSTOM SUSPENSION, SOMETHING THAT USUALLY HITS YOUR BUDGET PRETTY HARD IS GONNA BE THE BRAKE LINES BECAUSE YOU USUALLY NEED SOME EXTRA LONG CUSTOM MADE FLEX HOSES BECAUSE THE AXLE MOVES SO MUCH.

BUT IF YOU ARE WORKING ON A BUDGET THERE IS ANOTHER WAY. YOU CAN USE A BUNCH OF FACTORY ITEMS AND JUST SORT OF PIECE THEM TOGETHER. NOW THAT'S ONE OF THE NICE THINGS ABOUT ROCK AUTO DOT COM. I WAS ABLE TO JUMP ON THE WEBSITE AND LOOK AT ALL THE POSSIBLE OPTIONS OF FLEX LINES AND GET THE INFORMATION THAT I NEEDED. I FIGURED OUT THAT I GOT THIS '87 BRAKE CALIPER THAT GOES WITH OUR REAR DISC BRAKE CONVERSION. THIS IS A PRETTY STANDARD ITEM. I THEN WAS ABLE TO DETERMINE A FLEX LINE.

THIS IS THE FLEX LINE THAT MATCHES IT. IT'LL MOUNT TO THE CALIPER AND THEN DOWN TO THE AXLE HOUSING ITSELF. NOW I'LL TRANSITION TO HARD LINE HERE OVER TO THE CENTER OF THE AXLE WHERE I FOUND THIS NICE, SHORT LITTLE FLEX LINE THAT'LL ACCEPT HARD LINES FROM EITHER REAR CALIPER AND THEN TRANSITION THAT BRAKE

LINE UP ONTO OUR UPPER SUSPENSION LINK. THIS WILL ALLOW THE AXLE AND LINK TO MOVE IN THE SYSTEM. NOW AT THE TOP OF THAT LINK I NEEDED A FLEX LINE THAT WOULD BE HARD LINES ON BOTH ENDS, AND I WAS ABLE TO FIND A SUZUKI SAMURAI SHORT LITTLE FLEX HOSE THAT WILL DO THAT. SO I'LL TRANSITION OFF THE LINK ONTO THE FRAME. NOW THE INFORMATION THAT I NEED IS WHAT TUBE NUTS WILL WORK WITH EVERY SINGLE LINE, AND ON THE WEBSITE IT ACTUALLY HAS ALL OF THAT INFORMATION. SO I CAN JUST TAKE SOME BULK STEEL LINE AND MAKE IT WORK WITH THESE FACTORY PARTS. THE CALIPER IS BOLTED TO THE BRACKET ON THE AXLE AND THE FLEX LINE ATTACHED WITH A NEW BANJO BOLT. THE FIRST FLEX LINE IS THEN ATTACHED TO THE AXLE HOUSING AND THE HARD LINE IS ADDED.

THE CENTER FLEX LINE IS ATTACHED TO THE AXLE TRUSS AND THE UPPER SUSPENSION LINK.

A HARD LINE TRAVELS UP THE LINK TO THE FLEX LINE AT THE FRAME.

NOW ALL I HAVE TO DO IS REPEAT THE SAME PROCEDURE ON THE FRONT END OF THE TRUCK AND I WILL HAVE CUSTOM BRAKE LINES AT A STEAL FOR THIS RIG. NOW OBVIOUSLY I STILL HAVE SOME WORK TO DO BEFORE THIS ONE'S READY FOR THE TRAIL. I'VE GOT TO FINISH SOME WELDING ON THIS TUBING, PAINT THIS TUBING, TOUCH UP THESE LINKS A LITTLE BIT, NUT AND BOLT THE WHOLE TRUCK, AND INSTALL OUR CUSTOM DRIVESHAFTS, BUT THAT'S STUFF THAT YOU GUYS DON'T NEED TO SEE. WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE IS STUFF LIKE THIS.

(ANNOUNCER)>> DISCOUNT DATSUN'S GOT TONS OF GEARING, AGGRESSIVE 42 INCH TIRES, AND PLENTY OF FLEX, BUT CAN THE STOCK DIESEL ENGINE TAKE THE HEAT ON THE TRAIL? WE'LL FIND OUT.

(IAN)>> WITH DIRT FINALLY GETTING ON THE TIRES OF PROJECT DISCOUNT DATSUN I'M GONNA BE

HONEST WITH YOU GUYS. I WENT SLIGHTLY OVER BUDGET FINISHING UP THIS RIG. IN TOTAL WE SPENT $10,864 DOLLARS ON THIS PROJECT. A LOT OF THAT WAS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS THAT ADDED UP WHEN GETTING THE RIG READY FOR

ITS FIRST RIDE.

SOME GRADE EIGHT HARDWARE, HOSES, CLAMPS, AND FLUIDS, BUT WITH THIS RIG ON THE TRAIL IT'S ALL WORTH IT TO HEAR THAT LITTLE DIESEL ENGINE CHUG ALONG DRAGGING WHAT ONCE WAS A LOWERED STREET TRUCK THROUGH THE TRAILS. I LOVE THESE LITTLE DIESEL RIGS. THEY'RE SO MUCH FUN. THEY'RE LITERALLY LIKE TINY LITTLE TRACTORS. THEY DON'T STOP. THIS THING'S SO NOISY, IT SOUNDS LIKE YOUR DRIVING A BULL DOZER THROUGH THE WOODS. THERE ARE A COUPLE OF RULES IF YOU PLAN

TO WHEEL ON A BUDGET. THE FIRST, NEVER WHEEL ALONE. THAT'S WHY I PICKED UP MATT MEYER, A LOCAL WHO ALSO APPRECIATES THE JOYS OF WHEELING ON THE CHEAP. HE WHEELS A FORD EXPLORER THAT FITS WITHIN OUR BUDGET LEVELS, AND HE USES IT TO SPEND FAMILY TIME WITH HIS DAUGHTER.

(MATT)>> THAT'S A BIG PART OF WHY I'M STILL IN IT, IS

BECAUSE SHE'S INTERESTED. SO HER BEING INTERESTED KEEPS ME INTERESTED, AND I KNOW THERE'S GONNA BE A POINT WHEN SHE'S GONNA GET OLDER AND DADDY'S GONNA BE LESS AND LESS IMPORTANT. SO YOU KNOW, I'LL KEEP IT WHILE CAN FOR SURE.

(IAN)>> THE OTHER RULE, BRING TOOLS. YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN SOMETHING SIMPLE MAY GO WRONG ON YOUR BUDGET RIG. YOU HAVE TO BE READY. IT LOOKS LIKE WE BLEW A RADIATOR HOSE. SLIPPERY OUT MATT.

(MATT)>> IT'S VERY SLIPPERY.

(IAN)>> OH, THIS ONE IS A FAILING ONE.

WHEN YOU'RE RUNNING ON A BUDGET, SOMETHING USUALLY ALWAYS BREAK. ALRIGHT I'VE GOT TO RUIN MY PROP ROD, THERE YOU GO. [ ENGINE STARTS ]

(IAN)>> IT'S LIKE THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD.

OH HE'S CAUGHT IN THE PATENTED RIM CATCHER. YOU KNOW HOW MANY RIGS WE'VE GOT CAUGHT IN THAT. PASSENGER, PASSENGER.

( )>> PRO SKILLS.

(IAN)>> WHOA, WHOA, WHOA!

OH NO!

(MATT)>> WHAT HAPPENED IAN.

(IAN)>> I BLEW ANOTHER HOSE.

IF THAT'S THE WORST THING THAT HAPPENS TODAY, STILL A GOOD DAY. THE ONLY REASON I BOUGHT THIS TRUCK WAS BECAUSE OF THE MECHANICALLY INJECTED DIESEL ENGINE. THESE LITTLE FOUR CYLINDER DIESELS RUN LIKE A TOP AND HAVE A GOOD AMOUNT OF TORQUE. PLUS THE SIX AND A HALF GEARS IN THE CASE AND THE 5.38'S IN THE AXLE, ALL THAT TORQUE HAS NO PROBLEM

TURNING THE 42 INCH PIT BULLS OVER THE ROCKS AND UP THE HILL. SO WITH A COUPLE OF SHAKE DOWN TRAILS UNDER OUR BELTS IT'S TIME TO HIT SOME MORE SERIOUS STUFF.

(ANNOUNCER)>> UP NEXT, THE SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF A GOOD DAY ON THE TRAIL. [ ENGINE REVVING ]

(IAN)>> WE HAVE PROJECT DISCOUNT DATSUN FINALLY OUT ON THE TRAIL, AND SO FAR THE ONLY ISSUE HAS BEEN A COUPLE OF BLOWN RADIATOR HOSES. SO WITH OUR FLUIDS TOPPED UP IT'S TIME TO GET BACK ONTO THE TRAIL. OUR GOAL WHEN BUILDING DISCOUNT DATSUN WAS A ONE OF A KIND CRAWLER THAT WOULD TURN HEADS AND HANDLE SOME SERIOUS TRAILS FOR RIGHT AROUND $10,000 DOLLARS.

NOW THERE'S NO QUESTION THAT THE TRUCK LOOKS GOOD, AND WITH A WHEEL BASE OF 122 INCHES AND A BELLY HEIGHT OF 27 INCHES, THIS RIG WAS BUILT TO DO WORK IN THE DIRT. SO AFTER TOSSING IT INTO A DEEP ROCKY NOTCH FULL OF MELTING SNOW, THIS WOULD BE THE ULTIMATE TEST FOR OUR RIG. CRAWLING A COUPLE OF ROCKS WAS EASY BUT THEN TRACTION WAS GONE, AND THE ONLY SOLUTION WAS TO GRAB SECOND, REV UP THE ENGINE, DUMP THE CLUTCH, AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS. OUR 14 INCH AIR SHOCKS AND FOUR LINK REAR EASILY ARTICULATE UP THE TRAIL, AND THE THREE LINK FRONT ALLOWS FOR A HUGE AMOUNT OF FLEX. YEAH, EAT THAT ROCK! SO DISCOUNT DATSUN PROVES YOU CAN HAVE A HARDCORE CUSTOM RIG FOR A REASONABLE BUDGET. YOU DON'T NEED A $50,000 DOLLAR CUSTOM TUBE BUGGY

OR A $20,000 DOLLAR SIDE BY SIDE TO HAVE FUN. SO WHAT DO YOU DO NEXT? WELL THE SUN'S STILL UP, BOTH THE DATSUN AND MATT'S

EXPLORER ARE STILL RUNNING.

I SAY WE HIT ANOTHER TRAIL.

(MATT)>> IT'S LIKE ICE!

(IAN)>> YOU'RE GONNA HAVE TO BACK LIKE RIGHT DOWN ONTO THAT FLAT.

(MATT)>> I KNOW I JUST DIDN'T WANT TO BREAK MY NEW TAIL LIGHT. AH, DON'T GET IT, DON'T GET IT, AH, GOT IT, GOT IT!

(IAN)>> OH NO, ON THE TREE.

(MATT)>> THERE WE GO.

OH ABIGAIL, THAT'S TERRIBLE.

(IAN)>> OH DID YOU BREAK THE TAILLIGHT.

(MATT)>> AH JEEZ!

(MATT)>> UH OH!

(IAN)>> OH NO!

(MATT)>> NOT QUITE!

(MATT)>> IT'S LIKE WORSE!

(IAN)>> OH YEAH, AND YOU'RE PAST IT.

(MATT)>> OH MY TAILLIGHT!

(IAN)>> NO I ACTUALLY THINK THAT WAS THE QUARTER PANEL. WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE BEST THING ABOUT WHEELING ON A BUDGET?

(MATT)>> I MEAN BEING ABLE TO LOAD IT BACK UP ON THE TRAILER AND KNOW YOU DIDN'T JUST DESTROY A $20,000 DOLLAR RIG.

(IAN)>> I THINK THAT'S PROBABLY THE BEST PART.

I MEAN ALL WE DID TODAY WAS, I MEAN I CRACKED MY WINDSHIELD, YOU CRACKED YOUR WINDSHIELD, AND THEN

YOU FINISHED OFF THE TAILLIGHT BUT WE PICKED IT UP FOR YOU SO YOU WOULDN'T LEAVE IT ON THE TRAIL. DON'T LEAVE TRASH OUT THERE. SO ONCE AGAIN THANKS MATT.

(MATT)>> NO PROBLEM, THANK YOU GUYS.

(IAN)>> THANKS ABIGAIL FOR COMING OUT, AND ALRIGHT, LET'S PUT IT ON THE TRAILER AND GET OUT OF HERE.

(MATT)>> LET'S DRIVE HOME.

(IAN)>> I'M COLD.
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