Soldiers Disassemble and Reassemble Jeep Under Four Minutes
Sep 14, 2010 12:02
It's a humble Willys Jeep but to the Army, it's the kind of Jeep that serves them well. The humble Willys Jeep was built to fulfill a 1930s War Department requirement for a 4x4 utility vehicle that was both simple and reliable.
This video shows you seven soldiers breaking down a Jeep to its component pieces (bodywork, chassis, engine / transmission, driveshaft, axles and wheels) and put it back together again, all in under four minutes.
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