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Old 09-10-2010, 03:00 PM
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Default Jeep speed disassembly/reassembly

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Old 09-10-2010, 03:34 PM
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It is like a "Snap-Tite" model Jeep
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LMAO. One tool i always carry is a 1/2 in stubby. You can pretty much take a Jeep apart with just a 1/2 in socket or wrench. Now this takes it to a whole new level. Who needs for the body to be bolted down anyway.
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Who needs for the body to be bolted down anyway.
Or the fuel, coolant, brake, etc. lines to be connected for that matter
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How could it have had any coolant in it? And where was the gas tank, anyway?
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How could it have had any coolant in it? And where was the gas tank, anyway?
you missed the guy with the Dasani bottle under the hood?
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