I Will Always Be The Honey Badger
iwillalwaysbethehoneybadger
1/9/20
2:41 PM
48

Years ago, Harley-Davidson and Ford sold a co-branded F-150 pickup alongside other special F-150s like the King Ranch, High Country, etc. Read more

1/7/20
3:40 PM
1

That’s what - about 7 minutes exposure until frostbite?  Nope.  Not gonna do it.  Wouldn’t be prudent.

12/2/19
1:48 PM
180

What’s the automotive equivalent of a meth addiction? This.

12/2/19
12:27 PM
4

Until you get it fixed, fill the cooling system with cheap vodka. That way when it leaks you’ll get a pleasant buzz on.

11/4/19
11:12 AM
6

The engine is behind the driver. The front wheels are not driven. I suspect that the reviewer has no idea what heavy steering is.
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2/4/19
7:03 PM
13

They are designed to work down to -40 (with a block heater, iirc)

1/22/19
1:29 PM
161

Okay, so hear me out. I’m not a scientist or anything, but it seems to me like the solution here is to put two of the 4 cylinders into the engine bay. The truck’s big enough, it’ll probably work. Then you’ll get even more power, and surely that will lead to increased gas mileage. Right?

7/24/18
2:02 PM
1

Well, I did have one more idea - something I’ve actually made use of myself. Forgot about it completely, but I built a two-way two-wheel bike axle thing using this trick. If you buy an older bicycle with a coaster brake, it actually has a two-way sprag setup in the rear hub. I think it’s a ramped brass cone one way Read more

7/10/18
10:27 AM
1

It may take a bit to find the video but go on the YouTubes and search for Sloppy Mechanics. Be careful though, it’s easy to lose yourself on there. It would be in the earlier videos. I can look on my lunch break.

6/1/18
7:38 AM
301

If the driver gets into a collision it’d be a Tyrannosaurus wreck.

5/24/18
11:15 AM
356

Just finished my build last month: what this project might have looked like 20 years ago. Still gotta get those lawnmowers though.