I was just about to say this, but decided to go look at the pics again... His is silver and the dirty one does appear to be green...
X3 It appears to be Medium Fern Green in the Dirty pics especially from the rear pic. The License plate should have some dirt on it with how dirty the back of the Jeep is , Also if you look at the grille it looks like it was painted black on the dirty pics !
I think this, coupled with the fact he can't go two seconds without his iPhone, show how he got into the collision. Too bad the cops didn't do some digging and slap 100% of the blame on his fool ***. Oh, it also looks like he took off his stock side steps before wheeling and then replaced them for his ride on the tow truck.
Originally Posted by HINKLEY
Wow dude, starters I'm almost aswalys at wide open throttle so I alway have vents, can I truly get rid of that...
Odd how when he was mudding, his turn signals were solid, but on the tow truck they were arrows. Did he replace them just to turn around and replace them again? This story has more holes than the target of a 12 gauge.
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The blinkers from the accident look to have have the arrows the ones from the trip do too but the post crash mudding photos show solid black. Plus there is what looks like a dent from the road trip but not one on the muddy photo. Some people can just never admit when they have done something wrong.
lmao, man i would feel bad for him but i guess he asked for it.
I started to say that he didn't ask for it (someone else actually suggested the game), but when you get right down to it - yeah young hinkley brought this on himself. Even if the Jeeps were the same, which they obviously aren't, coming on here bragging about t-boning someone and then celebrating because you didn't half as much damage as the other guy would have rubbed most responsible people the wrong way...
Just having a little fun with him. It's obvious he's just a kid, but he won't learn if we don't help him take advantage of these "learning opportunities". I do the same with my own kids...
[COLOR="Yellow"]I have read hundreds, if not thousands, of threads on here and it's amazing the percentage of problems that wind up being caused by something the owner has accidentally done to the Jeep while working on it.
Moral to the story: If you moved it, unscrewed it, unbolted it, hammered on it, wiped it off, re-wired or replaced it - Check there first![/COLOR]