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Old 09-19-2007, 05:37 PM   #15
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Yep,I agree to let things alone becuase the costs and rebuild would be too much.If you want to do anything you would have to run a number of rollbars and "X" them together on the sides and on the roof.Got to account for if the MH has a water tank empty or part full/or full.Water wt is a lot.It moving around during a rollover might help the MH make acouple more rolls than if it was empty.

The one thing about a do over is you get to do what you knew in the first place.
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Old 09-19-2007, 06:57 PM   #16
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Yep, The safety courses I have done but The last three accidents I had were,
1] Back woods road almost to the top and there was a curve and large van came around that curve at 70mph and went off the road and when he got back on the road, Guess who was in his way??? Me!! Totaled my car! He left the scene and around that curve was a liquor store...Yes they were bombed!!!!
2] Sitting at a red light with a unmarked police cruiser and a brand new Jeep Grand Cherokee! Car came up behind me doing 50 mph with his cell phone in his ear and looking in his brefcase for?? Maybe the back of my 1999Tracker I had had only 3 1/2 months!!!
3] Turning left onto side road, Car comes up to stop sign, Runs stop Sign,Car sideswipes my then 5 year old Suzuki Grand Virtara 4X4. She couldn't see that red stop sign or my red car...I said color blind But you just never know???
Ok, How would you get the He!! OUT of that??????

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