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post #16 of 86 Old 03-01-2010, 09:10 PM
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Well dang, there's yer problem right there! You're missing the torque arm bushings & stud on the skid plate! I'm surprised you hadn't rolled it sooner without having that bushing to control all that torque!


Glad your okay! You didn't have your youngun' with you, did you?

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post #17 of 86 Old 03-01-2010, 09:20 PM
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Well that tree was in the right location, or you woulda had more damage! Glad you're okay. Is your rear tire/suspension okay?



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Well dang, there's yer problem right there! You're missing the torque arm bushings & stud on the skid plate! I'm surprised you hadn't rolled it sooner without having that bushing to control all that torque!


Glad your okay! You didn't have your youngun' with you, did you?

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Good Eye Max!, Did not see that at first.... that has to be the cause
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i got a drivers side back glass. i think its driver side
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thats awsome, in my opinion, could have been so much worse! That's a good story to tell in the future, its a good thing you got pictures so people will beleive you!

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Image saved! Thanks! I am posting that on my facebook. Thanks

No my son was not in the Jeep thank God. I would have KILLED someone for that, my boy is my LIFE! But I am ok not a scratch, or ache or pain.

The Jeep actually survived very well also. The only damage was a scuff in the pic, scratch on the hood (rattle canned anyway) and the broken glass. The glass only broke cause I forgot to lock my tool box mounted on the pass fender, and my wire strippers flew out and busted the drivers side rear window.

The accident happened on Great Neck Road, right past Cox High School. "
Didnt work, google 1719 N Great Neck Rd, VA Beach VA, zoom in all the way, and its on the other side of the road.


Mean Max- I am not sure if you are being serious of thats a joke, I obviously have no clue what your talking about with that bushing.

And I just swapped in a new rear drive shaft today, so thats why the fluid is there. I just did that, installed new Skyjacker 7000 shocks, adjusted steering gear box, and a bunch of other crap, Why? So someone dumb high school girl could hit me and make me put it on the side. Dumb @#$^@!!!!

Thanks everyone for the concern. You guys are awesome.

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Glad you are OK and glad you didnt have the little one with you!!

@provint13, thats freakin awesome!!!!

@Max, you never seem to amaze!

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Well that tree was in the right location, or you woulda had more damage! Glad you're okay. Is your rear tire/suspension okay?



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Suspension seems to be fine, its got BRAND NEW shocks all the way around. The right rear tire is good, just a very small dent in a brand new rim. It will hold air just sucks cause I only have like 100 miles on the new rims.

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"Mean Max- I am not sure if you are being serious of thats a joke, I obviously have no clue what your talking about with that bushing."

Max is referring to the open hole on the skid plate where the torque arm(i.e. Insulator stud) for the tranny mount would reside. Here is an illustration ....
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post #28 of 86 Old 03-01-2010, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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Oh wow! I never even heard anything about that. Ok, I guess I need one of them things!! Is it really that big of a safety issue? I guess this just reminds me I am a newb! But then again, Max can show any Jeepster something they havent known! Thanks!

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Oh wow! I never even heard anything about that. Ok, I guess I need one of them things!! Is it really that big of a safety issue? I guess this just reminds me I am a newb! But then again, Max can show any Jeepster something they haven't known! Thanks!
It is not really a safety issue, but more of an equipment longevity issue. Without an Insolator stud, the tranny will twist more than normal use under a load. This causes extra wear and tear on the tranny mount and engine mounts. Several Jeepers have even had the tranny mount bracket (not the rubber bushing) shear in two over time. The symptoms from the lack of an Insulator stud vary from none to major. It all depends on how you drive or use your rig.
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You need to save that pic of the bottom of the Jeep. We can use it to point out parts to the noobs.

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