Soldiers Completely Deconstruct And Rebuild This Jeep In Just 3 Minutes
Mar 2, 2015
At the Canadian Forces Base in Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada, troops had quite a bit of time on their hands over the winter. So, several of the troops spent time disassembling and reassembling Jeeps. In fact, they became so proficient that one group of soldiers can complete the entire task in less than four minutes. This group became known as the "Jiffy Jeep Crew" and even performed their skills for other troops, such as the troops in Halifax, Nova Scotia, a province located just southeast of New Brunswick.
When it comes to older Jeeps, it is a well-known fact that disassembling and reassembling the majority of parts is fairly common, for several reasons. The first reason is that there are often issues with the model, especially in the transmission, which often needs to be rebuilt. The second reason is that breaking a Jeep down and rebuilding it is fairly easy to do.