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Bronco vs Jeep bump

Bugkillah

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Damn jeeps are so ill mannered.
 

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Impossible to say who is at fault based on this picture. But Jeep bad am I right guys?!
Impossible. Lol. The bronco is clearly in his lane still
 

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Did the rock slider get bent down?
 

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Looking at picture, Jeep was in their lane when Bronco cut him off.
OP didn't give the story but that was my thought too, Jeep looks pushed out of the lane. Either the Jeep was rolling up fast or the OP cut in without looking, either way it would be his fault.
 

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Had a little bump bump. The Jeep drove away, I got towed away. I hope it doesn’t take forever on parts.

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Live front axle ftw. I once slammed my CJ right front tire into a concrete post. Put a Z in the leaf spring, pushing the axle back several inches on that side. Drove it for several weeks like that, until I found time to get a replacement spring for $50. Put the new spring on and all good.
 

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Live front axle ftw. I once slammed my CJ right front tire into a concrete post. Put a Z in the leaf spring, pushing the axle back several inches on that side. Drove it for several weeks like that, until I found time to get a replacement spring for $50. Put the new spring on and all good.
Old technology tends to be stronger. IFS is great for its ride and comfort, but there is no denying solid axle is stronger in every single way
 

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Old technology tends to be stronger. IFS is great for its ride and comfort, but there is no denying solid axle is stronger in every single way
It's the angle of the impact and where/how the Bronco got hit NOT a matter of which is stronger. If a kid came and whacked you in the knee cap you'd probably still fall stronger or not.
 

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Had a little bump bump. The Jeep drove away, I got towed away. I hope it doesn’t take forever on parts.

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What the hell. Suspension looks upright in the tangled photo. Jeep driver should have reversed to untangle but 2nd photo seems to show that after the tangled photo op they just drove on through and took out the left corner underneath. Or was the jeep holding the Bronco up on the 1st photo?
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