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Old 12-23-2010, 09:22 AM   #61
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YUP, too many new drivers are apt to depend on MODs for safety and you still gotta DRIVE the jeep-

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I think one mod they should go for might be an aftermarket roll cage...that may have been a benefit to all of these videos...minus the retard one, the only thing that would help him is selling his jeep and buying a prius

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YUP, I've got the cage and harness's and I use Raingler nets to keep every thing STABLE in the cargo area-

These are a little extreme to advise anyone, but I've been in two roll overs-so I'm happy with my jeep setup !!

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Old 12-23-2010, 09:41 AM   #63
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YUP, I've got the cage and harness's and I use Raingler nets to keep every thing STABLE in the cargo area-

These are a little extreme to advise anyone, but I've been in two roll overs-so I'm happy with my jeep setup !!

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sounds good. thats something I noticed in that video of heart attack hill...the guy is out offroading, but doesnt have his stuff strapped down or contained. As soon as he makes it back onto his tires, his ice chest goes flyin out the back window. Any time I wheel I make sure to keep everything strapped down *just in case* because you never know what your day of wheeling may bring.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:17 PM   #64
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I thought the best part was how the camera guy didn't even flinch, but simply asked, "Wha...what are you doing? You're an idiot...."
i know right that was the best part
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That chick in the silver jeep unfortunately got what was coming to her, so many things were wrong from the start. As for the spotter i would have seriously kicked him off that hill if I was there he has no right to be doing that job, he didn't have a clue as to how to get a rig down that hill safely.
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People should take lessons in basic physics before off-roading.
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Old 01-03-2011, 09:01 PM   #67
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Yeah same hill and probably same trip. You can see her Jeep in the background when his gets to the bottom. He should beat the snot out of his spotters. NO ONE should have told him to go forward from that angle. He was at a 45 degree angle to the descent from the instant his first wheel went over. I have 3 rules when I wheel-know your skills, know your rig, know your spotter.

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