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So.... I got into a pickle today and had to reverse over a rather large sage brush. Didn't think it would do anything to the truck.... Does anybody know what the easiest way to fix this is? As is sits now, I have used bailing wire to keep it form hanging. I'd rather not live with this option...:td:

 

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Point taken... Don't get me wrong, I really don't do that... However, I had two options: Get stuck or take out Artemisia tridentata. I opted for A. tridentata.
 

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Besides, if you really are an advocate of sage...lets rap! I'm a biologist...and can give a million reasons why sage is suffocating our rangelands....anyway...neither here nor there...
 

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Not sure if it's the same or not but I have a new wiring harness for a 2000 Tundra that I never installed. Traded in on a 2006 4 years ago, never installed it on the 2000.

If its a 7 pin and you have the mounting bracket attached to it, then lemme know! I might take it if it's a sweet heart deal!
 
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