If it floats or flies, rent it.
I think the USP for doing it in-platform is that you don’t have to mess with anything. You don’t have to find a fulfillment house or god forbid waste a bunch of your own time doing pick/pack/ship or any of the other stuff that’s “built-in” with the Patreon offering.
hmmm... yep. I gotta have one of those.
There are different sizes, and then different “grades”. The “Classic” series are the slightly lighter duty boxes and are generally less $$$. If you’re going to park the box and never move it again, you might be fine w/ one of these.
I’m a big fan of my used Snap On box off the list of Craig. Watch the casters though. The lower end boxes have smaller casters that don’t have as high a weight rating.
I should post an offer on Nextdoor to have an oil change day in the shop.
Ohio makes sense. It’s very common in western PA and some bleed over into Ohio wouldn’t surprise me. I went to school in Pittsburgh but I wasn’t FROM there, so when I got there and nobody said “to be” any more, I noticed.
I was coming up 183 and saw him climb out. I wondered what it was. I could tell he was fast and small but that’s all the info I had.
did he take off at about 10am?
needs repainted? are you a yinzer?
Glengarry was a real estate development. Mitch & Murray from downtown were the brains.
This looks to be a pretty competently executed swap. I’d have liked to see the fancy M5 seats installed too.
I remember when Nissan brought that car to COTA to film this Superb Owl commercial (the worldwide debut of the car) and it had a hard time staying working.
These were (are?) very popular “race” tires in crap can racing that requires street tires. I ran them on a couple different LeMons cars and they worked well. I’m pretty sure I ran a set of them on my MINI too but I’m not dead certain of that.
I smell a race series...
You’ll be able to do stickers and posters and whatnot as patron rewards in platform very soon. You should do that.
My Indiana refund was $23. I don’t live in Indiana, but I do occasionally work for a buddy’s company based in Speedway. I work remotely on projects that are also not in Indiana. I should have just asked to be 1099'd and avoided Indiana taxes all together.