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Hunter Jamie
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Well I didn't take a picture of it when it happened. Well anyways I was doing stupid things and I decided it would be good to do some handbrakes around some corners. All was well intill I tried it at 30 mph. the car decided It had enough fun and wanted to go sledging side ways 90 degrees into a curb. This resulted in the rear axle snaping , rear drum cracked it two my arch popped out. My alloy which was pretty new snapped completely , it was 5 spoke now it is 3 and half lol. Luckly it was snowing so it could be dragged and a garage was nearby so I put a spare on and dragged the rear end all the way to the garage. Only the tip of the right side of the tyre was touching the ground probally bent at a 60 degree angle lol. I will try and upload a pic of the damage to the alloy.I've also drove across a car parks and hit a raised curb at 40 which bent my wishbone, the car only wanted to drive around in circles lol. Will add pics can't upload photos on iPhone
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I've pratted around on a deserted car park in the snow before, and knocked a kerb (no damage to car or kerb) so I'm not gonna jump on him. If its only himself he's gonna hurt then there is no problem in my eyes

 

+1 people often try to profess to people about it. We have all done something stupid weather it be behind the wheel or not.

Ive pissed about the empty carparks at my work, We made a snow rally course actually :D

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Here are the pics of the alloys sorry about the wait

 

http://www.escortevolution.co.uk/forums/in...=139557&hl=

 

 

 

Here are the pics of the alloys sorry about the wait

 

http://www.escortevolution.co.uk/forums/in...=139557&hl=

 

 

I was the only one in the car and it was in a empty car park so no one was injured

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