I installed a new stereo system in our boat 2 weeks ago and from start to finish it probably took me 10 hours total. Longer than I expected, but worth it. This included installing a new head unit, amplifier, subwoofer, and speakers. Running new wires to everything and building a box for the sub. And I still haven’t…
Do you have a problem being near cows?
The only thing I have to add to this discussion is fuck wallpaper.
1st thought: Oh shit. That’s terrible.
Someone should just make a bot that replies to all of your posts with this
They aren’t cheap though. The rims run $400+ without a tire. I don’t drive around like this usually, but I’m dropping it off at a dyno-tuner tonight and they need the outer rears removed to fit on the dyno.
5th gear: Oh thank God! I thought we might start running out of F150s soon.
Not blurred, merged. I think David’s case is one where a venn diagram between DD and project is basically just a circle
Not sure if Ford had an issue with the PCM on this generation of vehicles but I had my ‘93 F150 die on me, we had just replaced the plugs, wires, distributor, etc a few days before. It took me a couple hours to start questioning the PCM, I ordered a replacement swapped them out and it fired right up.
I’d like to get a Fiesta SFE...a small 3 cylinder turbo sounds like a blast to wail on and not actually be going all that fast. Plus all the safety of a modern car. Most of you posted are little better than a tin can.
Brake jobs would suck
Yea, every type of bike group seems to have their own “if you don’t ride x you’re not a real rider” shit heads to deal with.
And instead of using that engine for something unique once they decided to axe the v-rod they just let it die too
Sure, but it costs more than I’m willing to pay. They do cruisers well, but they need more than just cruisers in their line-up.
That’s basically what Ford did with the GT-40 when Ferrari pulled out of a buyout at the last minute. It’s not impossible, but requires commitment from the top brass.
I hear you. I don’t have kids yet, but now that I’m a little older I’m more cautious about driving my ‘69 Corvette and even have some reservations about still dailying my ‘93 F150.
The V-Rod absolutely was a step in the right direction (so was the Buell 1125r and the Livewire could have been another) but instead of building on that they killed it because it wasn’t selling well enough. The short sightedness at Harley is quite impressive actually. The V-Rod is one of the few cruisers I would…
Hahaha! I’m just imagining you sitting on the porch watching some guy try to steal your car, “HEY!...YEA, YOU!...My grandma can drive stick better than you and she’s only got one leg!”
It looks like the only thing he does at the gym is bench and maybe throw in some curls here and there.