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Unread 03-21-2015, 11:39 PM   #11
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In the worst way. Truly amazing how much damage they can inflict on a poor cart in very short order.
I agree. I use a cart for deer hunting. Running over trees and driving through ditches, thick mud, and anything else you could imagine and I haven't damaged a thing. I wish I knew how they did it.
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Unread 03-21-2015, 11:55 PM   #12
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I agree. I use a cart for deer hunting. Running over trees and driving through ditches, thick mud, and anything else you could imagine and I haven't damaged a thing. I wish I knew how they did it.
I think it has to do with the "It's not my cart, let's see if we can jump it!" mentality. I fixed one that was jumped one time, the front end was shoved way up under the cowl, front frame bent upward, the whole works. I've seen post-jump General Lees that looked better, but the higher-ups said fix it and I did. Never got it perfect, but it was drivable and usable at least.
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I think it has to do with the "It's not my cart, let's see if we can jump it!" mentality. I fixed one that was jumped one time, the front end was shoved way up under the cowl, front frame bent upward, the whole works. I've seen post-jump General Lees that looked better, but the higher-ups said fix it and I did. Never got it perfect, but it was drivable and usable at least.
I've seen quite a few like that. I always hated fixing them.
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