Repairs begin as we got the jeep back from paint, till having suspension issues and a few electrical problems. Hi-Tech Collision did the bodywork, replaced the window, and pulled the frame down a little on the driver’s side. They did an awesome job and fairly split up the work so we could do the repairs to the aftermarket pieces ourselves.
As soon as we got our jeep home, that night our son welded the shock back on and got the leaf spring installed. We also discovered that the lights on the light bar don’t work, should be a simple fix, but it just one more thing we have to deal with. We also have to figure out if we can repair the tire or do we need to replace the tires. It would probably look funny to replace one tire, and it would cause a little extra stress on the 4×4 drivetrain because the new tire would be slightly higher.
Future videos for this sill be the rest of the repairs and how to work with insurance companies and what to expect. We hope you like this video and join us as we continue to work and improve the content we release.
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