wow... i couldnt do that to a jeep...lol usually i good "your an ***" and stomp out of the room to cry gets the job done... lmao... but yeah, it sucks that your jeep is messed up and your relationship is probably over but its good you found out before it had to be a divorce situation... you gotta post the pics of the restoration though...lol
Restoration on the way... I actually took the insurance money and ordered a new lift, Aussie locker, rocker guards, a swayLOC and a few other things... And when my mother saw that fixing it wasn't as important to me she (still not sure why) volunteered to cover at least fixing the door. *shrug* so in the next few weeks it will be looking LOT better! might scrape together enough for tube fenders at the same time... We'll see
so have you come up with a story as to how it happened ? im thinking a tree branch... it was scrape the tree, or roll the jeep down a mountain, and you chose the tree maybe you need to choose trails other than quadruple black diamond trails :P
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Being in the insurance business I don't think it will cover a deliberate criminal act, at least her insurance will not. You should call the police, press charges, file it through your insurance under comprehensive damage (lower deductible and your premium's not affected), your insurance will then subrogate through her insurance, her insurance will deny coverage, your insurance will sue her. When your insurance gets the money when everything is said and done you will get your deductible back. I'm pretty sure that's how it will work with a deliberate criminal act like this. But I'm sure you will have to call the police and go that route.
On a side note I let one of my "play-mates" borrow my Jeep for a week while her car was in the shop. She kept it for 3 weeks while I was out of town, ran up $600+ in tolls on my Toll-Transponder and drove my Jeep to Kansas City and back from Denver. almost 3k miles in 3 weeks. It did come back undamaged though except for the beer spilled all over and the cheap perfume she used to cover it up. It makes me think of a strip bar when I get in it. I got it back Friday!
[QUOTE=mrblaine;8400660]I'm a huge fan of body lifts. In fact were I in your shoes, I would have gone for the 4" body lift and some 2" spacers on stock springs.[/QUOTE]