So I have been watching a you tube channel called "Matt's Off Road Recovery" lately. and in one of the past few video's, one of his friends purchased and gave to Matt, a clinometer. which I thought was a pretty neat gift. around my home there would be no where I would need one, but this summer I am going to try to talk my brother into going back up to the West Branch - St. Helen area where we used to dirt bike 30+ years ago. and some of those "little bumps" are knarly enough that a clinometer might be handy. BUT, it will only be handy if I know the tipping point of my Liberty prior to rolling it! so, without wrecking my Jeep, how do I go about figuring that out? I know that many factors go into it. is there a static angle which you start at and go from there? I KNOW that at least one person rolled his Jeep up there, as we were dirt biking and we came across an ambulance driving up the gravel road. he rolled it, but did not have his seat belt on, and as it rolled, he got ejected, and he got caught between the roll bar and the sand. he didn't make it. while I wouldn't have that problem, as I wear the seat belt all of the time. but rolling the Liberty would mean the loss of my daily driver. and I am to old and dilapidated to walk out!