Hey y'all, I hit a patch of ice, regained grip and went up a hill into a pole. Pole isn't ok but truck is other than the fiberglass bed. Kudos to ford for a great safety design. The center link is bent, steering box shaft snapped, driveshaft came apart at the splines, leaf spring bent, and front leaf hanger came apart. The parking cable broke but I won't include that, I've had enough of those rot to pieces. Anyway, to my question. What do I inspect or look for before starting repairs? I don't think the frame is bent. Drive train is ok, I pulled it forward in 4 wheel drive so the wrecker guy could get the driveshaft out of the ground. Still need to look for cracks and leaks yet. I don't want pitty, if anything the poor truck needs it, can't leave out the pole though. I just need help and advice so I can get the thing back on the road. Thanks! I'll post pics sometime of proof that the metal body on these things are indestructible. Oh, almost forgot, I'm not sure if this is in the right "Section". If it is, have a moderator move it because I don't know how.