Looking over my Jeep, there was no cosmetic damage to the flare or bumper aside from the bumper being slightly to the left by less than a quarter inch (over estimating). The flare doesn't have any paint damage or anything. It appears to be perfect. If you look at the Jeep from behind it appears to look align (even the bumper unless you are extremely close like less than a foot away.)The tires look align and so does the body. I am concerned about the frame being shifted due to the bumper being slightly to the left. When my Mazda brushed against the Jeep's flare and bumper I was going less than 5 mph and reversing. (I hadn't actually heard or noticed that I brushed the Jeep until today. When it happened the Jeep did not move, jar, or anything it remained still.) When I turned on the car there was no warning lights or anything. The tires moved when I turned the car's steering wheel, but I did not actually drive it. I have to take this Jeep on a road trip that will last over four hours long without stopping, so I am desperate to know anything prior to Friday. How can I tell if the frame is shifted? Is it safe to drive?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 AT 6:15 PM