Do you even lift?. Two Soldiers repair a jeep during WWII.. lift bro wwII
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - carlsforcedhunger
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User avatar #9 to #7 - joberja
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Except he is clearly using legs
#1 - letrollzor
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User avatar #14 - reaperspizza
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jeeps in WWII are not very heavy. they were made light so you could flip them if they tipped over.
User avatar #5 - rockergamer
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You never skip leg day
#2 - brewswillis
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thats manly as ****
thats manly as ****
User avatar #13 - usafdirtboyz
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It really looks like that guy on the ground has a mullet.
#11 - allinallout **User deleted account**
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this looks impressive. I'm going to go find an old jeep and take a picture while doing this.
#8 - JasonMcIntyre
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I can't tell if it's a '41 MA or one of the later MBs, but it's either 2,160 or 2,550 pounds.

And obviously most of that is centered over the front axle.[spoiler] Still pretty neat though. [/spoiler]
User avatar #15 to #8 - charak
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Since the engine is in the front, it would be considerable less weight
User avatar #6 - gadgetzan
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How did he get enough space to lift it from it's original position is what I'm wondering
User avatar #10 to #6 - joberja
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Most of the weight in those is up front. In theory, if one of the guys could lift the back high enough for the other to get under it... Maybe.
#12 to #10 - anon id: 4938374f
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You're right. The engine is the main weight and is centered at the front, making it the fulcrum. Not many people know that the gas tank is under the driver seat. With suck little weight at the rear of the Jeep, only about 10 to 15% of the Jeep's actual weight is needed to lift what essentially is a lever.
User avatar #4 - garnetfrog
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they intentionally made the jeeps as light as possible.
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