Type: Posts; User: ValveCoverGasket
that kick looked like it landed a direct hit! ouch! :laugh:
as i was looking at the pic thinking nope, ew, nope, ew... wtf is that in the back!! haha
also id do white/light walls with a dark lower section to cover up handprints, grease, etc that goes up about 4-5' from the floor.
:thumbup: :thumbup: that way when shes asleep therell be plenty of weaponry around for the intruder to use
all the points you bring up are reasons why some fleets prefer to run with automated manuals, they have all the computerized repeatability of a traditional auto, they can have virtually the same...
luckily one of the busiest costcos in the us is just a quick trip across the border :laugh:
ah, interesting point... im not nearly as familiar with that market but im sure theres a reason. id imagine it has to do with cost though
the underlying tech would be the same, the "sporty feeling" would come down to shift points/calibration/controls...
as north american truckers/truck makers insist on using unsynchronized gearboxes, lightning fast shifts on trucks are important to not missing shifts on hills.
the "hooking up to a trailer" aspect...
its a good thing governments arent businesses then!
only got the rice cooker and oven done so far :P
went through that same song and dance getting the RR back to roadworthy, trial and error tuning of mechanically activated transmissions isnt something im used to after spending years doing the same...
sooo much win :laugh:
It's what's on the street in every "less than affluent" pnw neighborhood. Most of these are just cheap old cars here...
:laugh: i was going to say... damn this is just going to look like where i live. and sure enough... random stuff parked on northwest streets.
its a liberal conspiracy.
ive seen the same thing stripping down old AE86 stuff as well, a bunch of those sort of sloppy looking solder joints. once its all wrapped up no one knew what was hiding under there... on the other...
no doubt! crazy turn of events, but glad that all got worked out :beer: