May also have been a moment of panic.Once it got sideways there was a good second it stopped moving and a good driver would have had that wheel cranked left real fast just then. Could have saved it.
My old cj5 wasn't allowed to climb hills for that reason. It would put nose to sky in 4lo on dry ground whenever you would touch the gas at all. Fun to scare passengers with going through a field. Not so much on the side of a hill.May also have been a moment of panic.
Sure hope I can keep it straight in a situation like that. While in Moab even with the LJ I found the two doors didn't like the climbs nearly as much as the bit longer 4 doors. Having the nose come up and dropping back always gets the blood moving.
Looks good, what in the world was the issue with the recline?Okay, finally had a chance to install the Diver Down seat covers - look and feel great. Haven't had a chance to take a longer ride in them. I did manage to turn what should have been a 30-40 minute job into a hour or so while loosing 5 lbs of sweat. Would not suggest installing in the hot FL sun with a temp of 95 and 81 degree dew point. I also had to learn how Jeep seats reclining mechanism work the hard way (long story). Anyway pics below (covers are black - photos make them look charcoal/gray).
Not sure what the cause was (me installing one of the seat cover straps on something under the seats or just a feature of Jeep seats) but after installing the driver's side the seat back would not lock/stay in place. I would just spring full forward.Looks good, what in the world was the issue with the recline?