And a decent sided tree branch fell on my Jeep, didn't look to do any damage when I looked at it last night.
I went out 15 min after getting home and there is a branch on my jeeps hood, jumped in it and took a look for a broken windshield, it was fine. Was p*ssed off and impatient, and decided to move the Jeep from under the branch. still no visible damage. I went out this morning and took a second look, the limbs next to the Jeep were what fell on it, the big one on the hood, and little one on the roof
nice and i like that idea..had a storm tonight while i was at work tonight. the sky behind the store was black and to the left it was green and i thought it was gonna be a bad storm so i backed my jeep up to the parking spots by the garden center and i got in trouble last time i parked up on a curb near the entrance to the store so i had to leave my hood sticking out. decided if it hailed and dented up the hood, id just be forced to get a cowl hood.. all we had was some heavy showers though
good to hear thats all the damage was.
__________________ 1996 XJ on 36" TSLs, 4", locked F/R, stretched
This was after a nasty storm that came through the area, we actually got away pretty clean. I'm pretty sure the damage through town was caused by a microburst.
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