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fjcruzer
05-21-2008, 12:42 PM
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Charity Fundraising Event
Sunday, June 22, 2008, 9am to 5pm
3863 East Dogwood Ave, Parker, CO 80134
(Rain date set for Sunday, June 29, 2008 9am to 5pm)
The Colorado Chapter of the Toyota Territory Off-Road Association
Presents

House of Wrenching
Our objective is to provide mechanical and technical services while raising funds to cover the cost of this and future events, promotions and for the main event in July of 2009.
Wheelers for the Wounded is a non-profit organization benefiting wounded veterans.

We will provide 3 indoor work bays for 8 hours, the services of several Certified Technicians, and will have the following tools available:
Mechanics tools, industrial air compressor, small air compressor, paint sprayer, hand tools (including 2 chain wrenches), spring compressors, drills, sawzalls, grinders, creepers, welders, bench grinder, chop saw, drill press, press, floor jacks, industrial air gun, engine hoist and mount, pipe bender (old school style), 220v outlets in shop with extensions

We will be able to help with the following projects:
Basic maintenance, suspension, simple body work, basic steel fabrication, basic welding

In addition to mechanical work, we will be providing the following practical field repair/recovery demonstrations:
CV swap, tie rod repair/replacement, 3rd member/rear drive shaft disconnect, proper hi-lift application, proper winch application, proper tow/recovery strap application

BBQ and beverages will be provided by COTTORA
This is a four-wheel drive family event and we encourage the participation of all makes and models. Bring the whole family to meet- and-greet fellow off-road enthusiasts and support our wounded veterans. We look forward to providing a learning experience, and a fun day in the sun with good food and friends.
(This is also an alcohol-free event: no alcohol will be provided or allowed on the premises for your safety and ours.)

Suggested donations are based on the following schedule:

Food & Demonstrations
$5 per person (children 15 and under free)

Shop labor:
$20 per 30 minutes
4 hour maximum; includes food and a Wheelers for the Wounded sticker
You will be required to provide all necessary parts and shop materials other than tools

Additional donations welcome
So we can plan effectively, please RSVP to fjcruzer123@yahoo.com with the number in your party, the type of work you would like to have done (include the year, make and model of vehicle), and any questions, concerns or special needs you might have.

Lysmachia
05-21-2008, 01:04 PM
I hope to finally meet up with some of you LC and FJC guys at this event!

For the record this event is near Parker CO.

Red_Chili
05-21-2008, 02:31 PM
Thanks for posting this, Molly!

Hulk
05-22-2008, 01:37 AM
Crap. Many of us will be in Cali for the Rubithon.

fjcruzer
05-24-2008, 09:15 PM
Thanks for posting this, Molly!

Yes, thank you Molly! :bowdown:

Crap. Many of us will be in Cali for the Rubithon.

No worries, we will be hosting more events as the year progresses!

fjcruzer
06-17-2008, 01:31 PM
We'll also have an OBDII scan tool to check out codes.

This Sunday is looking good... Jalapeņo poppers and all!

fjcruzer
06-18-2008, 10:17 AM
Here's a map link if you need it:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=3863+East+Dogwood+Ave,+Parker,+CO+80134&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=52.020054,112.148438&ie=UTF8&ll=39.545098,-104.81423&spn=0.024985,0.05476&z=15

3863 East Dogwood Ave, Parker, CO 80134

My cell: 720-334-1747

fjcruzer
06-22-2008, 09:15 PM
Thank you all for a rewarding day of work and fun. I look forward to some pics of our escapades.

I especially want to thank Matt (mgoose82) for the use of his wonderful space in Parker, and Brian (thefatkid) for taking his only day off and spending it working on our rigs.

Molly (Lysmachia) and Doug (mrdoug) made us fantastic vittles, and Jim (dr350jja), Don (Don_G) and Willie (Willie) did a great job helping get the site set up, and then working in and out of the hot sun.

Thank you to all of the other folks who helped out, made generous donations, got their rigs worked on and others who just stopped by.

See you again on the trail soon!