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Thread: VIDEO : ROADSIDE REPAIR - How to FIX an Atlas Shift Lever Rattle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadget View Post
    The back end of Moby is better equipped than my garage, need more Moby videos.


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    My garage has slowly been making its way in the Jeep because of watching trail repairs. It's bad when I open the tool box and then realize I put that in my jeep tool box...haha. I really could use a second set of gear wrenches.

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    Amazing what a relatively simple fix that was, and pretty neat to see that cowboy offer help.

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    As always another awesome video!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow's_Jeep View Post
    Nice video for a simple fix. Of course that's assuming you knew where to look. I do now.
    Quote Originally Posted by frenchjk View Post
    that was easy...
    LOL!! Yes, it was easy this time around. Truth be told, there was a period of time where I was beating my head against a wall being that I had no fricken clue what was causing the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by Strainger View Post
    I am always awe struck with the level of preparedness you and Cindy bring with you on the trails. It wouldn't surprise me if you had a slushie machine for a cool drink on hot days and a GP Medium military tent to cover Moby while you make repairs in the rain. Plus the mechanical knowledge you two possess.
    It's only because if it can go wrong, it's gone wrong for us at some point and time. We only carry what we've needed in the past.

    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    I hope one day I have an Atlas so I can try this fix. 😎

    Video needed more cowboy. 😂🤣
    Yes, more cowboy would have helped

    Quote Originally Posted by USMC Wrangler View Post
    I don’t have an Atlas and wouldn’t know an Atlas from a hole in the ground!
    LOL - for the most part, most people would never have a need for one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gadget View Post
    The back end of Moby is better equipped than my garage, need more Moby videos.
    Truth be told, I literally have 2 sets of tools and one is in my garage and the other is in my Jeep.

    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    My garage has slowly been making its way in the Jeep because of watching trail repairs. It's bad when I open the tool box and then realize I put that in my jeep tool box...haha. I really could use a second set of gear wrenches.
    Give it some time and you'll have 2 sets of everything just like me

    Quote Originally Posted by doubletapdaddy View Post
    Amazing what a relatively simple fix that was, and pretty neat to see that cowboy offer help.
    It was very cool to see a cowboy ride up and offer help. It was like he came out of nowhere and then rode off.

    Quote Originally Posted by rumblebee3 View Post
    As always another awesome video!
    Thank you

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    Excited for this series. I think a lot of people (including myself) tend to overthink some issues rather than seeing them for what they are and just working through them.

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    Good info thanks...glad you added the horse guy in the video .

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Excited for this series. I think a lot of people (including myself) tend to overthink some issues rather than seeing them for what they are and just working through them.
    LOL!! Well, anytime something comes up, we'll do our best to make a video of it

    Quote Originally Posted by deantac View Post
    Good info thanks...glad you added the horse guy in the video .
    Glad to hear you find the video to be informative and enjoyed it

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    Nice and easy fix!

    Good to see a JK again


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    And the WINNER is...

    Quote Originally Posted by Strainger View Post
    I am always awe struck with the level of preparedness you and Cindy bring with you on the trails. It wouldn't surprise me if you had a slushie machine for a cool drink on hot days and a GP Medium military tent to cover Moby while you make repairs in the rain. Plus the mechanical knowledge you two possess.
    Congratulations Tom!

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    That was great! You made it look easy. Love trail repair vids.

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