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Unread 07-15-2013, 11:24 AM   #16
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Real sorry about your luck Glen but am glad you're ok. That was one good looking XJ. It's a shame that we lost another one. Well, it's not really lost but kinda taken out of circulation for the time being. Hope everything works out for you. Hope the other guy had insurance. Don't settle for anything less than an equivalent replacement.

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Unread 07-15-2013, 02:46 PM   #17
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Glad your okay bud
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Unread 07-16-2013, 10:22 AM   #18
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thanks everyone, i do plan on bringing it to tatas and beating her, gonna straight out everything i can after his insurance looks at it
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Unread 07-16-2013, 10:34 AM   #19
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That's what you get for running 37's on stock axles. Your jeep rolls over and destroys itself.


J/K man, glad you are ok! I bet rolling with the doors off was quite the experience! How fast were you going when the guy hit you? He couldn't have been going that fast if it didn't even blow the tire or bend the axle shaft that he hit. Just enough to get your rear end squirrelly? The jeep held up remarkably well for rolling over, no broken glass in the rear or the hatch!

Looks like its time to buy a truck and trailer, and cut everything off the XJ above the cowl
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Unread 07-16-2013, 10:53 AM   #20
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That's what you get for running 37's on stock axles. Your jeep rolls over and destroys itself.


J/K man, glad you are ok! I bet rolling with the doors off was quite the experience! How fast were you going when the guy hit you? He couldn't have been going that fast if it didn't even blow the tire or bend the axle shaft that he hit. Just enough to get your rear end squirrelly? The jeep held up remarkably well for rolling over, no broken glass in the rear or the hatch!

Looks like its time to buy a truck and trailer, and cut everything off the XJ above the cowl
sad part is i bought myself a dodge ram 2500 hemi that morning and i can use my dads trailer lmao so i was planning on towing it everywhere i go now. but now i will have to, i was doing about 15 and he made a left hand turn into my driver rear tire hitting my *** end out, so id say he was doing probable 10 so it was a lower speed accident. but enough to make me roll completely. and he was in a ram 1500 so it was a full size truck that hit me.

and if i still had my 35's on i believe the accient would have been similar lol
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