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Old 03-10-2019, 09:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anybody in Ohio? want to help a dude with a stuck rig?

https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/newb...k-offroad.html

might be worth a couple of bucks or some karma points to help the guy out
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North Royalton, OH 44133 , lower Cleveland area...if it was closer I would be game...https://www.google.com/maps/place/No...!4d-81.7245739
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Just looked at my rig and got depressed. I'll have to donate to the gfm or whatever.
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I think I gave him some really good advice in the other thread..
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I think I gave him some really good advice in the other thread..
Read the other thread and I sure didn't see any
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He should be able to hook with fellow retards through a local Facebook group.
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Read the other thread and I sure didn't see any
He suggested the kid commit suicide with a hi-lift.
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Old 03-11-2019, 07:13 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I think I gave him some really good advice in the other thread..
Jesus how do you ever get any thing done right? Even breating has to be a consentrated effort for you. Cholo speaker box material wont take the moisture of the water in your brain let alone mud.
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Old 03-11-2019, 07:20 AM   #9 (permalink)
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well, we could just kind of ďadoptĒ him, some member could give him a place to stay and a job, we could give him months of good life advice, then sit back and put together a huge thread following his failures in life which are foreshadowed by this one, only to be just abandoned by the guy once he finds a few jobs and shacks up with a meth whore...
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North Royalton, OH 44133 , lower Cleveland area...if it was closer I would be game...
where are you located? yeah its stuck in north royalton lol
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where are you located? yeah its stuck in north royalton lol
Is there any trees near?
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Is there any trees near?
nearest one is about 20 ft away, was thinking of buying a 20 ft tow strap and hand crank winch
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Get 2 chains and a hilift, a hilift has way more pulling power than a come-along
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If youíre desperate and patient, you can get it out on your own.

Take a strap and tie in around a tire, then up to a tree. Very slowly begin to drive over the strap. Itís not gonna be easy and if the diff is open, that adds a whole new level of fun, but worth a go.

The strap is constantly going to want to come off and if it goes the wrong way, itís gonna wrap around the axle and royally fuck you. Take your time if you try this.
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Just looked at my rig and got depressed. I'll have to donate to the gfm or whatever.
Dude do you still have the taco in the shed?

Ever consider selling it?
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well, we could just kind of ďadoptĒ him, some member could give him a place to stay and a job, we could give him months of good life advice, then sit back and put together a huge thread following his failures in life which are foreshadowed by this one, only to be just abandoned by the guy once he finds a few jobs and shacks up with a meth whore...
That sounds like an awesome idea. We should try it. Whats the worst that can happen?
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Old 03-11-2019, 08:35 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I have no things to pull other things with.

sorry.

unless a winch on a receiver mount will be useful.
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Go to harbor freight or where ever and buy a 300.00 10k chinese winch and a receiver hitch mount.

Mount your winch, then take a chain through/ around the receiver hitch handles and to your frame, bumper,what ever is sturdy. If its the rear and you have a hitch use that.

Put a strap around that tree.

wire the winch to your battery and leave the jeep running to charge battery.

winch this thing out.

Order new bumper, mount the a winch properly or buy a better one.

I have loaded tons of cars on a trailer with my portable warn and the exact method with the mount chained to a trailer and a loose battery. Id not recommend a loose battery in your case with the mud however.

edit, just saw it was a cherokee car. Leave it there and buy another jeep, preferably one with a frame next time.

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nearest one is about 20 ft away, was thinking of buying a 20 ft tow strap and hand crank winch
I've done that many times with great success. even a 'small' 2.5k or 4k crank winch will provide enough umph
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A. Ignore anything the guy that said get MDF says, he apparently eats crayons and paste for fun.

1. Is the place you are stuck legal?

2. If yes, go directly to local mall and find a dbag with a JK with a winch on it.

3. If no, go directly to land owner and beg for mercy then go to mall and get dbag with JK.
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all you guys recommending pulling on shit.

it's a cherocar.
hopefully he has factory tow hooks at the least.

but wrapping anything around the bumper to pull it out with is going to tear it from the frame ends. It's literally 3 3/8 bolts into a double thickness of sheetmetal.

the axle is slightly better, but anything significant will destroy the upper control arms when they fold like a taco.

so OP, recovery points or not? Anyone coming to help you needs to know.
and I do have a winch in a cradle, and the proper wiring for your XJ to an anderson connector for it if you have a bumper with a receiver, or at least a shackle/tow hook mount we can rig it to with a strap.
but I'm in ashland.
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all you guys recommending pulling on shit.

it's a cherocar.
hopefully he has factory tow hooks at the least.

but wrapping anything around the bumper to pull it out with is going to tear it from the frame ends. It's literally 3 3/8 bolts into a double thickness of sheetmetal.

the axle is slightly better, but anything significant will destroy the upper control arms when they fold like a taco.

so OP, recovery points or not? Anyone coming to help you needs to know.
and I do have a winch in a cradle, and the proper wiring for your XJ to an anderson connector for it if you have a bumper with a receiver, or at least a shackle/tow hook mount we can rig it to with a strap.
but I'm in ashland.
Just pull from the rear axle the factory leaf spring mounts are strong enough.
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all you guys recommending pulling on shit.

it's a cherocar.
hopefully he has factory tow hooks at the least.

but wrapping anything around the bumper to pull it out with is going to tear it from the frame ends. It's literally 3 3/8 bolts into a double thickness of sheetmetal.

the axle is slightly better, but anything significant will destroy the upper control arms when they fold like a taco.

so OP, recovery points or not? Anyone coming to help you needs to know.
and I do have a winch in a cradle, and the proper wiring for your XJ to an anderson connector for it if you have a bumper with a receiver, or at least a shackle/tow hook mount we can rig it to with a strap.
but I'm in ashland.
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all you guys recommending pulling on shit.

it's a cherocar.
hopefully he has factory tow hooks at the least.

but wrapping anything around the bumper to pull it out with is going to tear it from the frame ends. It's literally 3 3/8 bolts into a double thickness of sheetmetal.

the axle is slightly better, but anything significant will destroy the upper control arms when they fold like a taco.

so OP, recovery points or not? Anyone coming to help you needs to know.
and I do have a winch in a cradle, and the proper wiring for your XJ to an anderson connector for it if you have a bumper with a receiver, or at least a shackle/tow hook mount we can rig it to with a strap.
but I'm in ashland.

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