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Old 06-21-2019, 09:17 AM
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P A I N F U L - how has your Jeep hurt you?

I wanted to share a quick story of how my Jeep injured me and how thankful I am that it wasn't to bad.

A few weeks ago, Norther California had 100+ degree weather, perfect time for the hardtop to come off.

I call up a trusty neighbor to lend a hand at pulling the top off as we do every summer. (a 10-15 minute process, locate the car keys, torx sockets, ratchet, figure where the top is going to be safest from the kids, neighborhood cats all that good stuff)

(Warning: wear your gloves for safety)

Finally, all is unbolted and we crack the front windshield seal from the top. I'm positioned on the drivers side and I go to slide my right hand between the top and the rear window to lift and BAM!!!

A fire breathing dragon entered my palm. I yell out WTF! Okay okay okay, stop stop. We set the topbackom the Jeep and I look at my hand, theee is a small cut, but it hurts like fire 🔥.

We postponed the top removal for the night as all hopes for a fun time were lost for the day/week.

I run into the house like one of my kids who just got hurt while playing. Babe, look at this, there's something inside!!! And it hurts. Nothing shows that it's there, but it's deep I know it's got to be fiberglass from the roof.

Again, you can't see a thing, smallest scratch little blood, but then I notice, the tip of what looks like a toothpick. I say to my wife "Look babe there it is, pull it out" she thinks I'm over reacting, and sure I've play'd up the injured card for some sympathy points in the past.

But I'm surious about this one.

I get the tweezers, iPhone lights turn on, cuz why would we go to somewhere we'll lit to perform minor surgery!? I say ok, there see that tip, pull it out. (again, imagine the very tip of a toothpick)

As my wife pulls, I see and feeeeeel it coming out, had to close my eyes as she continues pulling out 1.5" of fiberglass from my palm.

It was half the length and the same diameter of a standard toothpick, felt like a million razor blades coming out. Two weeks later and I'm back to normal.

How has your Jeep caused you pain? Please keep it PG-13.

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Old 06-21-2019, 09:56 AM   #2
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My girl friend and I were installing a 3.5" AEV lift on my 2Door JK two weeks ago. She started lining up the driver side lower control arm into the drop bracket. She suck her pinkie finger in the bolt hole to feel if the holes were aligned while I, not thinking, used the wheel to pull myself up off the floor rolling the axle and nearly lopping off the end of her finger.

She yelled, teared up a bit and never said a word about it
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Got 1 that comes to mind:
I have a 6” drop hitch for towing and 1 day I was under the Jeep on my creeper doing some inspecting of my rear drive shaft. When I was done I grabbed the axle and flung myself out from under the Jeep on the creeper with full force and WHAM, caught the bottom of the bolt for the hitch ball right on my eye socket. Holy #@+&! that hurt! Had to sport a black eye for a week or so and tell anyone that asked that my Jeep beat me up. Needless to say, I am very careful from now on when I roll out from under the Jeep.
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I have yet to be injured by my TJ, but I had a similar situation with an old '72 Scout. I bumped the side view mirror with my left arm and had a small cut near my elbow. No biggy went on with my day. Went to bed that night and woke up a few hours later with a ripping headache and my arm was throbbing to beat the band. Got up turned on the light and my arm was all red and swollen. Turns out a piece of the chrome plating from the mirror was embedded in my arm and the cut had become nasty and all infected.
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The only thing my jeep has hurt on me, so far, is my wallet. ��. I knew someone would say it. Might as well be me.
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OP you are very lucky you were able to extract that!

I ran into an old acquaintance just last night who did similarly, same size spike, but with wood. ER visit, 1-inch scalpel cut, and x-rays could not find it. Ended up being rush to a hand surgeon and an ultrasound to find it. He still doesn't know how many stitches he got until he gets his first dressing change.
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Hung my knee on the D ring mount on the bumper, SWEET JESUS will that bring a tear to your eye.
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That fiberglass splinter made me cringe big time! At least it was one big one, that could be pulled out, instead of little fragments!!!

I have not suffered anything serious yet and this is super minor in comparison...
I quickly learned a sweaty arm is a great conductor of 12V from the battery terminal when the wrench is grounded to the bolt! Not fun!!! Enough juice to tattoo a circular mark outlining the top of the terminal on my arm for months! Burn me once shame on me. Burn me twice, NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. I now put something over the top of the battery, when I have to do work involving reaches over the battery.
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My previous KJ Liberty was "bloody", the robot that welded the body left some very sharp metal edges at weld spots, like vertical micro blades some of them 1/4 inch high.
No one bothered to remove those at the factory they just installed trim over mini "shark teeth".
I had to remove the dash to replace the heater core ..even with gloves was a little too much.
JK is way better welded, aluminum frame under the dash has sharp edges though.
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A fire breathing dragon entered my palm. I yell out WTF! Okay okay okay, stop stop. We set the topbackom the Jeep and I look at my hand, theee is a small cut, but it hurts like fire 🔥.

As my wife pulls, I see and feeeeeel it coming out, had to close my eyes as she continues pulling out 1.5" of fiberglass from my palm.

It was half the length and the same diameter of a standard toothpick, felt like a million razor blades coming out. Two weeks later and I'm back to normal.
I'm guessing that you've never got a tattoo.
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To everyone that responded with a their stories, wow each one is something to take note from.

Thank you for sharing.

Oh, Boogieman yeah I have a couple of tattoos and they had their fare share of pain. But the nerves in my hand and how deep this was in the tissue was I much more intense experience.

Patofnaud - the wooden splinter story was my fear!!! I jumped to that conclusion when I couldn't see a thing, but felt this foren object in the palm. I'm a temp-employee for a tech company and my health insurance stinks, so the fear of having surgery on my money-maker hand and then having to pay for the fees of crappy insurance would be the worst. Hopefully the recovery is going well.

Please keep your the stories coming.
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It breaks my heart every time I open my wallet , The only upside is I know it’s going to a good cause…
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I think my worst from the Jeep was one day I was changing the oil filter, with my foot against the wall of the garage to hold myself up. Foot slipped, and I ran the meaty part of my forearm about 6 inches down one of the clips on the air filter housing, with the force of all of my 175 pounds.

Not me, but I had a friend who seemed particularly prone to injury doing car work and it seemed to always involve his forehead. One time, he was helping me pull a C6 with transfer case out of a full size Bronco to change the flexplate. We had unbolted the front driveshaft but the compression was still holding it in place and we kinda forgot about it. When we finally got the torque converter unbolted and pushed the transmission back, the front driveshaft was liberated from the yoke and fell straight onto his forehead. His head was laying on the garage floor so the impact was pretty solid. I gave him an extra case of beer for that one. Another incident where I wasn't around, he doing some welding on the rear suspension of his CJ-7 and started to sit upright and put his forehead straight into a bolt that was in contact with the part he was welding, putting a 3/8" diameter circular burn dead center on his forehead.
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'forehead' reminded me of my Jeep injury.

I was changing plugs on the 2.4L had to pull off the breather. Took all bolts off but the friction pin thing that holds it in would not let go, so I climber over the fender with my face over the breather box and pulled as hard as I could,,, yep,, box let go and slammed myself in between the eyes.

Put my hand up to rub the ouch spot and came back red. Split me from eyebrow to eyebrow blood running down my face.

Although my worst mechanics induced injury was on my old 1980 Silverado. Had an old Fisher Plow with the plow arms that jutted out the front offseason. Pre-Minute Mount.

Standing on a bucket changing a compressor belt, bucket collapsed, I spun around sideways and fell with my mid-back catching one of the plow arms dead center, I bent backwards over it then rolled off like a rag doll.

Dropped to the ground white, gasping like a fish, though I just became crippled. My wife was sitting in the yard and saw the whole thing, she was whiter than me. It took me about 20 mins to move.

I NEVER stand on a bucket anymore.
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Hit my forehead right above my right eye on the corner of my steel bumper. while working on my tie rod. Got a black eye and a hell of a bump. A few choice words came out as well.

Nothing broken, but I have a slight mark and a sensitive spot over a year later.
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My Jeep broke my nose, which caused two black eyes. Straightening it back myself was the painful part.
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I went to change my transmission fluid so called my brother who's owned a dozen or so 4.0's to find out where my return line is.
Had my wife start the Jeep while I was under it holding what I thought was the correct line in a bucket.
I'm instantly cover in HOT ATF4 blowing out of radiator.

Brother said.....oh, yeah believe they changed around 03 or something.....try the other line.....no shit.
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Brother said.....oh, yeah believe they changed around 03 or something.....try the other line.....no shit.
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My wife who is 5' has driven my Jeep a few times and obviously has to move the seat way up to reach the pedals. I'm used to sort of hopping up and in to the Jeep and if I forget to move the seat back it leads to a chain reaction of hitting my knees off the dash and steering wheel and then hitting my head off the roll bar for some reason. Thankfully I think that's the worst of my Jeep related injuries.
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Luckily not me but a friend of mine got his belt loop stuck on the door jam catch hopping out of his lifted Wrangler while wheeling. He was a little off camber and the ground was a little further away than normal so it was a big step down. Unfortunately he had on a strong tactical belt and a 40 cal strapped to his side. The loop held, the belt and the holster twisted up and it dragged the guns front sight across his hip inside his pants. This opened up about a 6” gash deep enough to have over 50 stitches needed to close him up. The worst thing is he hung there upside down a few seconds with us all laughing at him until we realized he was really hurt... It’s been a couple years now and we can all laugh again finally.
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This was minor in comparison. I was set to change the O2 sensors. You hear all of the horror stories of how challenging they can be to get out. So, I presoaked them the night before in PB Blaster. I tried the first one with the regular ratchet, and it wasn't going anywhere. So, I gave it a solid effort with the breaker bar. It finally came out. The second one was in pretty solid, as well. But, the third one wasn't. I decided to give it hell with the first effort. It was barely finger tight. The breaker bar falls out of my hand dropping and smacking me in my eye. I had a decent black eye for a bit.
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that fiberglass shard gave me the chills made me think of a time i did something very similar as a kid on a hockey stick that the laminate had cracked away on . sliding my hand down i ended up with a thick shard down my finger from the tip and i couldn't bend my finger lol. got pulled out with a pair of pliers ,that hurt so much lol.. so i feel ya.
my story.. hmm well one near miss happen today i guess.
Just today i dropped a super heavy ramp on my tow for a gooseneck getting ready to load my jeep ..thankfully it wasn't far or anything but it smarted for a bit.
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Couple weeks ago I was removing old pocket flares to install new flat flares. Had one flare broken off but the bolts remained. Decided to just cut them off with a grinder. Grinder was being a bitch with not working so I didn’t turn it off between bolts. Ended up jamming it into my hand and got 3 stitches. Since disc was hot it burned the wound and didn’t bleed much or feel much pain. Still finished the remaining bolts before asking the wife for a bandaid. She looked over and too me to the hospital right away. 3 stitches later and a tetanus shot and I’m good to go.
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Wow, Jeepjay2004 glad it didn't go to deep.
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few weeks ago dropped my phone getting out of my jeep
I was on a forward down slope and it was only a fast hop out so,,
I gave the door a swing to shut and bent down to retrieve the phone ,
before I could even reach it the door swung back open and hit me just above the hairline.
not the soft part in the middle with flex , the outer edge part that's solid (the door that is).
I staggered for a sec ,then closed the door ..again and walked to the back of the jeep.
that's when I felt the warm wet running down my face.
not sure how many ever had a head wound ,but they tend to bleed ...a lot.
I finished doing my business in the back of the jeep while wiping the blood out of my eyes.
when I got into the house and looked in the mirror all I could picture was an 80s wrestler that was in a barbedwire match
blood was everywhere, my hair was soaked ,it was streaming down my face and almost covered the whole front of my shirt.
after all that I finally chased the leak down ,only to find it was less then a quarter inch long
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My jeep has done nothing but help my lower back problems--since my wallet is so much thinner...
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Couldn't begin to tell you the number of times I've busted my knuckles or cut myself...all fairly minor (one of my full-size Jeeps got me good, nearly mashed a finger completely flat when the wrench slipped), but mostly, it's damaged my checking account.
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The only thing my jeep has hurt on me, so far, is my wallet. ��. I knew someone would say it. Might as well be me.
OK scottio, you beat me to it. Yeah, a big smoking hole in my wallet.

Truth be told, it's been a while since I spent more than I could easily afford, so the pain has diminished a bit. That's scary, because as soon as a guy forgets the pain, he goes ahead and hurts himself (in the wallet) again.

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Oh, jeez. Every time I try to do anything on the jeep I wind up cut and bruised. Actually, any time I try to... who am I kidding. Every day I find new mystery scratches, cuts, and bruises. But I'll give you the most memorable one from the jeep.

I had found a set of rubi rails on craigslist shortly after I'd put on my Ace rock sliders. I met the seller in a gas station parking lot, did the deal, etc. He went back to his jeep and I back to mine. I was very excited and had a spring in my step. Unfortunately, it had been raining. I planted my left foot on the rock slider to hop up into the jeep, and I slipped. I started to fall. My catlike reflexes kicked in and I grabbed onto the one thing I could be sure would stop my fall: my seatbelt. So down I go onto the wet pavement of the gas station. I smacked my head pretty hard, but I retained enough of my wits to be embarrassed and look around to see if there were witnesses to my grace. Seeing none, I hopped into the jeep and fled before a nice person could compound my shame by asking if I was okay.

I think it was later that day that I posted asking about grip tape for the rock sliders. I haven't slipped since I put that stuff on, though I'm also a lot more careful now.

Comparatively this is barely an injury at all, but every more serious injury I've sustained from the jeep has boring stories.

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