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Old 11-22-2012, 01:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Yikes! How'd that happen?
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That's 'way beyond enough damage for a writeoff. Did the air bag inflate? Anyone hurt?
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Thats no good!

Are they rock sliders? Are they now for sale?
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not a write off,but will take time to fix(waiting for spares)
no activated air bags.
no injuries in GV
those rock sliders are home made(no drilling on the chassis just bolt on)took me couple of hours to design and build.they look rough(not pretty) but they do a job.last couple of meters i drove on that one.

while turning right lexus try to overtake on the right side,with hell of speed,and ends up rolling after impact.
all occupants of lexus survive.
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not a write off,but will take time to fix(waiting for spares)
no activated air bags.
no injuries in GV
those rock sliders are home made(no drilling on the chassis just bolt on)took me couple of hours to design and build.they look rough(not pretty) but they do a job.last couple of meters i drove on that one.

while turning right lexus try to overtake on the right side,with hell of speed,and ends up rolling after impact.
all occupants of lexus survive.
Ah, so it sliced the wheel off from behind. That would explain why no airbags went off and it can be repaired. A bad thing to happen, but lucky you weren't farther into your right turn.
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Similar to what happened to my GV, this deer (didn't survive) popped out of nowhere, and caved in the whole right side. Ever since that, my headlights have been dim and not properly aligned, so I have to be that a-hole with the high beams. Good thing you're okay.
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