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Old 01-24-2014, 04:04 AM   #31
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Lost the fight with the tree and a big rock


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Oh man! you flipped her back over and kept going right? lol.
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Old 02-11-2014, 03:30 PM   #34
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Not my jeep. This is my friends jeep when he T-Boned a truck that pulled out in front of him. Second pic is the truck. He walked away while the guy in the truck had a few ribs broken.

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Old 06-04-2014, 12:57 PM   #35
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Anybody else lol?
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Oh man! you flipped her back over and kept going right? lol.
Hell yea!!
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Old 06-05-2014, 01:09 PM   #37
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How to remove your body from your frame with a pickup truck and a tow rope. Its a yj, but it applies to tjs I think.

Not my jeep or anyone I know.

I like to think I dont know anyone that dumb.
(And this is a repost, didn't know if anyone had seen it yet)

http://youtu.be/IcHrkhHXoHo
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That is impressive! You taught your jeep how to roll over lol
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:38 PM   #41
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Lost the fight with the tree and a big rock


Dude I did the exact same thing, I am saving up to fix it lol, how much was urs to fix? Did u have to get a whole new axle assembly?
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This was my gift from the po. Supposable the prius he hit was smashed up pretty bad but he got away relatively unscathed
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This is what I got for teaching my GF how to drive my Jeep. She was doing great and made a few laps around the church parking lot. She stopped in second gear, revved up to 1k then popped that clutch, I couldn't reach down to the handbrake in time plus the 4.0L would have ignored the brakes anyways LOL.

Insurance got my new: fender, grille, hood, radiator, frame straightened, and alignment.
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Old 11-20-2014, 06:11 PM   #44
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Here is what happens when you hydrolock your motor!

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Old 11-23-2014, 03:20 PM   #45
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few little bits
Shaft 1 month old


control arms and mount points







Cracked fender off tree, nearly choked when I saw price of them
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Thanks alot midwest winters
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Old 12-03-2014, 02:42 AM   #47
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So many of these "owies" are darn-right painful to look at!
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you'd be better off doing the exact opposite. If you hook it and you're positive it's good to go, then you're not worried about it coming back and hitting your vehicle. You have no clue how they hooked it, it could come flying loose and hit your back window. Their fault.
*not valid legal advise, i ain't a lawyer*

I can't find the originator but I read one guy who carry's a Jeep Recovery business card that pretty much says "_____________ asked for %names% help in a potentially dangerous vechicle recovery on _________ and agree to hold harmless %name% for any resulting damage" blah blah legalize etc sign here ________

Would be an interesting thing to have a good lawyer draw one up and keep them in the Jeep
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^ Nice! I've had the same thing happen. Those pesky trees would also keep jumping out at my front fenders. I finally cut them off and went with MCE Flat Fenders.
Hey can you tell me the set up you have buddy? Suspension tires rims and axles? I love your set up! Please respond ASAP
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:36 AM   #50
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and thats why im going to fully cage my jeep. i could care less about body damage but people damage i worry about. these roll bars might save you, but a full 2" dom cage will save you and everyone else inside.
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Old 12-06-2014, 10:07 AM   #51
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How to remove your body from your frame with a pickup truck and a tow rope. Its a yj, but it applies to tjs I think.

Not my jeep or anyone I know.

I like to think I dont know anyone that dumb.
(And this is a repost, didn't know if anyone had seen it yet)

http://youtu.be/IcHrkhHXoHo
Man that had to suck for the owner. What makes it worse is the idiots laughing about it. I would be so mad that...wait...I would not be so stupid to try that or to be with a group like these people in the first place.
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*not valid legal advise, i ain't a lawyer*

I can't find the originator but I read one guy who carry's a Jeep Recovery business card that pretty much says "_____________ asked for %names% help in a potentially dangerous vechicle recovery on _________ and agree to hold harmless %name% for any resulting damage" blah blah legalize etc sign here ________

Would be an interesting thing to have a good lawyer draw one up and keep them in the Jeep
I've seen this before too. There must be a few attorneys on here who could whip up something pro bono and really simple to protect all of us as an act of good will toward his Jeep family as we act to recover stuck vehicles at no charge?
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A bit more damage I found yesterday, it was handling like a pig so went to check tracking, I am really glad i looked as I dont think front axle would still be on the TJ 24 hours later.



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Compared to most in this thread, I'll count myself lucky!




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Old 12-08-2014, 07:35 PM   #55
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Forgot about this from two days ago too...
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How to remove your body from your frame with a pickup truck and a tow rope. Its a yj, but it applies to tjs I think. Not my jeep or anyone I know. I like to think I dont know anyone that dumb. (And this is a repost, didn't know if anyone had seen it yet) http://youtu.be/IcHrkhHXoHo
What the hell were they trying to do? Flip it on its side and just drag it out? That's just stupid!

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