Does anyone have a photo to post of a 'near missed bumper drag'?
Nancy thought I had a photo of using the Tree Crotch to fix my bumper drag. She was helping me at the time. That ended the discussion when I asked, "taken by whom?".
I will make a point this year to take photographs of asphalt bumper drags and those crossing back country dips in the dirt roads. Often the hardware left unknowingly dragged off is useful for emergencies.
Some of you may remember 'BUMPER JACKS'. I still have mine. For some reason Jeeps seem and 4x4 lifted trucks carry them. I used my last on a 1957
Ford pickup two wheel drive. Probably wanted to hurt myself.
I use it for other purposes, today. Like if a slab of concrete has settled and you can get some lumber and get under it with the BUMPER Jack. It works.
Also to pull small dead trees out of our yard. Scrub oak... no problem for Ray.
If I needed to straighten a BENT Rear Airstream Rubber Baby Buggy Bumper 16 foot Bambi.. perfect. Remove bumper, find a tree with a low hanging branch... figure a leverage point on the bent bumper... a solid piece of lumber... and go to it. If you are struggling to use the already long handle... add something into it.
For $430 to $450, savings... the previous posters are on top of things.
Gives a totally new meaning when saying "Lets go to the Drag Strip at Great BEND National Park...