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  1. taltyman
    02-14-2013 06:25 AM - permalink
    You have to disconnect the driveshaft and then you are ok to flat tow it.
  2. fjoldfart
    02-13-2013 10:21 AM - permalink
    Hey taltyman! IM a newbie and wondered if you new anything about towing an fj?

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    Forney, TX
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    Follow the yellow brick.
    Multivex mirrors, BudBuilt skid, Bandi mount, Midland CB, Firestick, Baja Rack, SAW full suspension, MB 72 black rims, Duratrac p285's, body mount chop, on engine number 2. But it's gone now... So I just hang around

    Everything I post is for entertainment purposes only. Any comments about anything political is not intended to be.

    My signature picture is our vacation home in Ouray, Colorado about 3 blocks from the FJ Summit HQ.

    1967 IH Scout


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10:05 PM - freeflight quoted taltyman in post Re: Let me save you almost $50 on your serpentine belt
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Posted 04-23-2008 at 07:46 AM by taltyman Comments 0
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Got a call from the vet today. Zoe has bone infection and dead tissue so trying to save her foot is futile. Not enough blood supply. So she will have her leg partially amputated today.

Posted 04-16-2008 at 07:15 AM by taltyman Comments 0
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Hard times in Taltyland. A couple of months ago we lost our best friend Pecos, an Australian Shepherd. He and Zoe (a mixed stray that wandered up a few years back) were the sentinels on our 10 acres. The 2 of them were best buds and kept the coyotes and roaming dogs off our place. After losing Pecos it was left to Zoe to guard our place. Mind you we never taught her to do this. It was like it was her mission in life. At any rate a week or so ago I went to feed the horses and there she was...
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