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Until we clear out the garage of parts :CWL:

Sadly, I have a broken knee so I can't actually install any of the parts that are in the garage.



PS The roof rack hasn't arrived yet





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1. LoD stubby signature series bumper w/stinger
2. LoD rear bumper with tire carrier
3. LoD Rock Sliders

these are the biggies - and, oh boy do they ever weigh a lot.
 

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Sorry to hear about the knee, read the title and instantly thought, DIVORCE HER ASS!
 

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I feel your pain, two months after full knee replacement!! Not recouping too great PT person says I'm doing great, not her knee!!! LOL

Good luck, looks as if someone above offering help?

Go Jeep!!!
 
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How did you bust your knee?
Took a spill in the middle of a hike (fell directly onto my left knee) turned out to be a fracture and a break. Surgery is upcoming end of this week, and looking at a 1 month recovery.
 
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Appreciate it folks!! @Dekewe have it covered. Thought I'd try my hand at a bit of humor while undergoing this recovery!

@wolfdoI've heard that knee replacements are tough, but, once you get through it you'll be absolutely kicking ass! Good luck with the PT - I'll be doing the same soon enough!
 

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1. LoD stubby signature series bumper w/stinger
2. LoD rear bumper with tire carrier
3. LoD Rock Sliders

these are the biggies - and, oh boy do they ever weigh a lot.
Oh man, I shattered my knee 5 years before I installed #2 and #3 and it still hurt. Best of luck with your recovery and have a helper or two with those installs, remember beer buys friends.
 

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Took a spill in the middle of a hike (fell directly onto my left knee) turned out to be a fracture and a break. Surgery is upcoming end of this week, and looking at a 1 month recovery.
I did my left knee 2 years ago mountain biking; or rather crashing while mountain biking. Left knee came right down on a rock and broke the patella. I was very lucky in that the fracture was C shaped so the broken piece was essentially locked in place. No surgery required. The year after that I tore the meniscus in the right knee; again crashing while biking. Now I walk around like an 80 year man. Oh well!
 

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