And the deer whistles? don't really work,, I've seen more cars/trucks with deer damage with them,, QUOTE]
I'm glad the Mule deer around here didn't get that memo! A good size buck was heading right into my pristine BJ70 and I figured he would take out the entire drivers side when he did a 180 right on the yellow line. I still can't believe he did that turn. I actually turned my head away from the windshield for the impact. I'm amazed that his antlers missed the rig.
That is the 3rd time I have had deer make a 180 away from my deer whistle equipped vehicles. I have not had a deer strike on any of my vehicles that have the whistles. They do have to be cleaned out regularly. If they get plugged up with ice, dirt, gook, etc.... they are no longer a whistle.
For under 10.00 I recommend them to anyone who drives in deer terrain.
Lake Tahoe Hi-Lo's
S. Lake Tahoe, CA
08 Wrangler X 4dr. 6sp: Winched, bumpered, Atlased, 5:13 Rubi axles, 37" Kevlar MTRs, Treks skids.
87 Toy BJ70 LandCruiser. Winched, bumpered, 35ed, locked, slidered, dieseled.
87 Toy 4r. Winched, bumpered, dual cased, 35ed, locked, slidered. -Sold, to pay for Jeep parts!