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Bald tires & bad choice of line!! A stock JEEP can do that !! I would be embarrassed :blush:
 

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Lol... the author called a Jeep Wrangler a rear wheel drive truck....

Also, this is why you need a shovel.

Bald tires & bad choice of line!! A stock JEEP can do that !
Yes, and a poor choice of line :P
 

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Lol... the author called a Jeep Wrangler a rear wheel drive truck....

Also, this is why you need a shovel.



Yes, and a poor choice of line :P
Because that was a 4x2... they made em for a few years...
 

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No! It CAN'T be!!!!! This is embarrassing!! :computerrage:

It must be a setup.

Even if it were a 4wd delete (or whatever you call it) the other rear wheel should have turned too!

:whatsgoingon:
 

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Yes, in 2007 when the first 4 doors rolled out, you could get the 4 door in 2 wheel drive. This jeep looks to have the "X" logo and no trail rated badge, and also doesn't look like there's a differential on the front axle. I can see having a 4x2 if you're just using it to cruise around town or something, but why anyone would lift a 4x2 is beyond me. I'm guessing it was a hand me down for some kid's first car, and he couldn't afford to buy anything else but wanted to lift it. That would also explain the bald tires.

As for the snow, the parking lot is mostly snow free so keep in mind that pile of snow has been melting and is hard as a rock and slick as ice.
 

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No! It CAN'T be!!!!! This is embarrassing!! :computerrage:

It must be a setup.

Even if it were a 4wd delete (or whatever you call it) the other rear wheel should have turned too!

:whatsgoingon:
didn't even have a limited slip diff... and traction control can only do so much... :facepalm:
 

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Yes, in 2007 when the first 4 doors rolled out, you could get the 4 door in 2 wheel drive. This jeep looks to have the "X" logo and no trail rated badge, and also doesn't look like there's a differential on the front axle. I can see having a 4x2 if you're just using it to cruise around town or something, but why anyone would lift a 4x2 is beyond me. I'm guessing it was a hand me down for some kid's first car, and he couldn't afford to buy anything else but wanted to lift it. That would also explain the bald tires.

As for the snow, the parking lot is mostly snow free so keep in mind that pile of snow has been melting and is hard as a rock and slick as ice.
The trail rated badge is always on the drivers side, but i would assume this is a 4x4, wondering if he/she didnt know how to use the transfer case?
 

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