Ironhead, I see that your son's nap did him well that evening. Still do not know how he slept thru Bronco buster. Climbed under the heep today, and found a nice dent in the oil pan, right where the skid opens up to access the drain plug. A nice big scratch on the skid leading to the dent. Other than that all seems good. Looking forward to the next go around.
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All of my pics and videos are taken by my co-pilot.(my 12 year old daughter). mostly jeeps either right in front or behind us in line, but good pics anyway.
I have not even looked at the body on mine yet. I to know for sure all 4 wheels have rock rash, skid dents.
I've got one wheel with scrapes in metal for sure and all have rubber scrapins. Spun both front springs back to correct positions after work. Have to center steering wheel. Cross member, tank and transfer skids all have new gouges.
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Here is a list of my trail damage. Scraps on rear differential, dents in gas tank skid, dent on oil pan, busted grease valve off driver side lower control arm, scraps on passenger side lower control arm, lots of scraps on transfer case skid, and steering wheel is now off 45 deg when driving straight. Hopefully the steering issue is just an adjustment. I can't see any damage to the steering box or shaft, and the pitman arm still looks ok. Getting hung up on greenhorn and having to be winched up sucked. I'll get the alignment issue fixed, replace the grease valve and go do it again. Cant wait till next time!!!
Well I found this forum. It was nice to meet new peeps and wheel with good friends and new peeps. My daughter had a blast with ironheads son and the huge grasshopper. She wants to go back and catch one for a pet. Lol.
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Great pics and videos everyone. Thanks again for sharing! I went to get my first oil change and had them assess the damage. Just some good rock rash on my steering stabilizer and, of course, my driveshaft dust boot that got torn off. Not bad, however, I'm starting to think I should get an older/cheaper Jeep just for these kind of trips (so I don't have to worry about telling my husband I broke something - ha!)