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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2001, 03:28 PM Thread Starter
 
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Well, the good news is that my bumper will soon be replaced with a new one, the insurance company might give me a rock crusher bumper with the tire rack, or they might not, hehe, it depends on what the quote for damage is, but the body shop said it was $650 at least in damage.
So, we will see.

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2001, 04:59 PM
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...What happened?...some accident?

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yeah, my mom got rearended in my newly(as of monday) raised jeep, at about 30 mph...


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...sorry to hear...I got hit a 40 MPH and bent my frame pretty bad and I just got out of rehab since january...better check that frame!...just in case...

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So what happened to the cars that rear-ended your Jeeps? I bet they didn't just drive away!

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post #6 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2001, 02:49 PM
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When I build my rear bumper, its goin to have spikes on it to puncture the radiator of any vehicle that tries to rearend me and run!

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it was a lexus sport ute that hit my jeep, i guess it got it pretty bad.... my insurance quote was 1150 dollars in damage, not bad....eh? considering it all goes toward a new bumper

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$1150 that ought to cover a bumper with all the stuff that you want on it and then some.

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A new bumper...why not buy some decent tools and build your own?

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Re: Cha-Ching$$$$

We have a big deer problem around here. My dad hit a deer in his bronco that slid off the bumper and banged into the door. The front was mostly ok, but the door is really caved in- we had to work on it some just to get it to open. I want to put spikes on the front of my dodge ram bumper so if I hit a deer at 60 mph, it'll stick. Deer kabobs! My only problem with this is if I were to hit somebody broadside, itd cause some problems... dont know what the law is on spiked bumpers either. They would have to stick out but 4 or 5" I think.

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maybe a trail jeep?
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