|12-10-2009 04:27 PM|
wait a minute, so you're supposed to Air down? not up? ahh hell.
Anyone else see the need for a caption "Ur doin it wrong" ???
|12-10-2009 01:21 AM|
|bagged92sdime||That blows! I'd say stay away from areas like that and its a NO-BRAINER to air down on the sand.|
|12-08-2009 11:08 PM|
Yep looks like it was stolen to me . How else would you explain this ???? And that is the story he should stick with...lol
That really is sad
|12-08-2009 09:15 PM|
|daanbc||Looks like it was stolen, and then left. (Heh,Heh)...Any ideas?|
|12-08-2009 05:39 PM|
|Geoff@Bestop||I'd rather try to explain that to my Insurance company than to my wife.|
|12-08-2009 05:19 PM|
We have a saying in our Glamis group:
"Dude......you gotta air down!"
How sad, in a new JK too. If I had a new $27k+ JK, I would be sick if this happened. Sorry, no experience, too chicken!
|12-07-2009 10:41 PM|
|motokeen||Most places will cover it but they may drop him. My friend got t-boned at the end of the dragstrip and his insurance covered it but they droped him after that.|
|12-07-2009 10:37 PM|
If you drive on sand
take the air out of your tires!! Here's the saying:
"12 psi - your rig will never die"
This guy didn't air down. He said, "I never had to in the past, so I didn't this time either."
The only problem is he was attempting to pass a section of a Holgate NJ beach that is constantly flooded and the ground is well aerated and softened by the different vegetation growing there. At one point, his rig was under water (over the roof). When he opened the hood there was all sorts of sea life and plants jammed in there. The Jeep wouldn't start, no electric, and the rear tires seized.
Numerous people on scene were skeptical about the insurance company's willingness to pay because he was off-road. Anyone have any experience with this?