The power line is near the blair co./cambria co border. call it 20 mins from altoona.
why better in the snow? i figure with the snow/hills/grass/hidden deep holes and being unfamiliar itd be better sans snow
I have a winch, u can get stuck all u want...I'm prob gona go wheelin tmrw with my buddy if ne1 wants to. Unless I get the energy to work on it then well just be drinking and workin on the jeep. Either way fellow jeepers r always welcome.
Thanks guys but have no access to a garage. thats why i was looking for some one who deals with this sort of thing. still unsure of the rest of the frame. been way to sick to get out and crawl under it. I moved the jeep the other day after the snow plow did their business and my belt let loose , so now ................ i have to get out and replace that. really starting to hate this winter.
i'll wheel with ya square eyes ............. but i got a cold/broken belt and some fame rot i need to deal with first
We can fix it in my garage at home it's just whether or not mine is in there at that moment. Once u get it running again let me no n I can look at it n see how bad it is. I fixed my frame in several places but if Chris wants to help he makes prettier welds then me when it comes to tight spots to weld in. I just finally got mine out of the garage again last night, so if ne1 wants to go play in the snow lemme no.
thanks tj, woke up this mornin with the flu be down couple of days usually out every weekend , not this one
Ive had something since the 24th , just got antibiotics today .... my hair even hurts.
this is a pic of the rot ..... it looks a little worse in person.
There may be a need to replace that section if its too bad which i need to tunnel threw the snow to find out ... but i dont think it looks good. Maybe the pic will help some. I also wonder what the passenger side one looks like.