CAN YOUR JEEP DO THIS??
JEEP JASON SHOWS OFF HIS SUSPENSION FLEX. CAN YOUR LEAF SPRUNG JEEP DO
THIS???? NO, I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT YOUR COIL SPRUNG GROCERY GETTER THAT
ONLY SEES RTI RAMPS AT THE LOCAL 4X4 SHOWS. I AM TALKING ABOUT A LEAF
SPRUNG CJ CRAWL UP A RUTTED SLIPPERY THAN HELL TRAIL? REMEMBER TALK IS
CHEAP... PROOF IS IN THE VIDEO!
Ice storm insanity!
This is what happens to innocent drivers going to church on a Sunday
morning DURING FREEZING RAIN!
Hummer destroyed by Crash through Frozen Lake
Retrieving a Hummer from the bottom of a frozen lake in North Dakota...
Uncle Frank was out ice fishing with his family and they drove over a part
of the lake that has warm springs under it(there were no markings or
warnings) and the front end went through the ice. Frank and his family were
able to get out quickly before the entire thing went through the ice
Thankfully no one was hurt but it was a close call.
2 days later he had to return to get the Hummer from the bottom of the
lake. It is the law that you must retrieve the vehicle. It was covered by
We had no idea how to get a vehicle from the bottom of a frozen lake so I
went along to document it. It was quite a process as you will see.
I am used to living in Los Angeles so I had a lot of trouble being in that
Grandpa was drilling holes to ice fish while we waited and he worked up
quite a sweat.
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WHAT NOT TO DO WITH GFs JEEP
obsessive offroad, jeep falls through ice... same hole as cherokee zj...
bumper got ripped off spare tire winch lift Check out my other video from
the same day and same hole in the ice!
F-150 vs Dodge and Chevy Diesel's - "GEtStuK"
Above is an image of me loading my ski in the same spot just before the
Chevy went in, it was slippery I'll tell you what.
F150 pulls out stuck Chevy at New Hogan Lake. Chevy reversed into lake to
load jet ski. Personally I believe he was trying to get attention by
slamming into the lake, then was unable to pull back out of the water.
Dodge was a little worried about breaking something pulling and then I
offered to pull. I was watching as they were using ratchet straps to pull
him out, one after the other they broke. I had plenty of nylon recovery
straps, chains, shackles, etc which they ended up obviously needing so I
gave them those. They were nice guys, and we've all been there before so I
try to never decline help. Hope you all do the same.
The F150 is a 1/2 ton, the other two trucks are 3/4+ ton.