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Old 06-09-2011, 01:43 PM
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6.0 vs. Sink Hole (Pics)

I didn't know where to put this so I put it under "problems" as i had a BIG problem while going to work in the morning. there digging up my road for a new water line. they worked late last night and must of finished a little too fast cause when i came threw the road just fell out from under me. i know in the picture it looks like i could back out in 4X4,but the front axle was on the ground with the front wheel with nothing under it and the one rear side was off the ground couple inches. Had to call off work,wait for the road crew to get there,and wait for a tow truck to lift me up out of there. Had an estimate already and it did about $3,000 damage(bent front bumper,bent running board,and the black top scrathed the heck out of the wheel. It feels ok when i drive it,but taking it to get it lined up and checked out tomorrow. Oh,well things happen





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With a little truck like that, you should have been able to just lift it out by hand
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Daaaamn!!!
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Any damage to that driver side fender?
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Wow, Jason, I can't believe you aren't livid about that. I don't know if I could be that calm. Glad there wasn't worse damage.
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Uhhh yeah, I agree with Shawn. I would have been PISSED!!!!
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canadian diesel did that some months ago

i wonder whos next
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Uhhh yeah, I agree with Shawn. I would have been PISSED!!!!
I am sure he is, he's just being nice here. Hope you have good ins, I bet they will not fix it. Good luck with all of this.
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