For real. Wind down your Saturday night with Killah Priest.
Kick your Saturday night off right with some words from K-Dot.
The worst part of putting in the helicoil to fix my sheared bolt problem was the part right before this picture.
After many days with my truck looking like this, I’ve finally got it back to the state it was in three weeks ago, before I stupidly broke the thermostat housing bolt!
Mmm, straight lines
I went to the woods to camp and hike for a week, but I’m back now and back to trying to fix my bolt situation on the truck. However I might have made things even worse.
Hey look I’m doing things!
Pictured: a sheared bolt. Story below.
The owner of this old thing seems honestly very fun.
It’s quite a nice one. Don’t remember which transmission it had.
(Title has a silent ‘p’)
I should have listened when The Actual Rootwyrm advised me to throw the Haynes manual in the trash.
Caught the Overland-oriented Delica in my neighborhood again, about a month ago.
Last night I poked around the engine bay a bit to try to narrow down why I’m getting the code 43, and, well, I sure found a problem:
So when I said I drove my new super NP craigslist truck home without “major” mishap, that “major” qualifier was crucial because I omitted the MIL coming on about 15 minutes into the drive.
I enjoy the process of sorting through the service receipts for a used vehicle and reconstructing the history.
The CL listing I thought was fishy turned out much better than I thought! I am now the proud owner of a 1992 Chevy K1500 4x4.
Sure one is this banged up Ranger that’s just about as old as me
I went out to check out a 1985 F-150 that’s being sold at a price that made me think it didn’t run. It does! It runs rough, but these engines are supposed to be nigh-unkillable so it seems like a good place to start from, given that things like gasket replacement are something I want an excuse to do anyways. I’m…
I’m coming back home from picking up a few things at the vet, and I notice a Tesla pass me, then see the “Model S” on the rear bumper. “Huh,” I think to myself, “I wonder if those fitment issues are as bad as the internet says.”