My bird IS the word
mybirdistheword
11/12/19
6:55 AM
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I used to work for a realty company that specialized in foreclosures. This has so many of the typical features/issues of houses in this price range. Really brings me back.

11/10/19
6:30 PM
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I know how we will stand out at this years SEMA! We will build a brand new supra! How prestigious!

11/9/19
9:34 PM
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I think they will be ok for test and tune, but I think if I take the rust off they will just be pitted underneath. I doubt they will be able to pass inspection in that case.

11/9/19
5:11 PM
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I havent priced them out yet, Im putting the inner fenderwell back in and was taking a look while the wheel was off. I believe i already purchased some new front wheel bearings, I didnt do the rears as it was too much work with the solid axle for a job that wasn't critical.

11/9/19
5:08 PM
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I was hoping these would last at least until i could get some rebuilt calipers. Seems like a waste. Everyone I know that tries to get rotors turned cant find anywhere that will agree to do it.

11/9/19
9:51 AM
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my mini (made by bmw) had a plastic thermostat housing (on a part that gets hot/cold thousands of times over ownership) that exploded at only 47k. I cut my hands up so bad replacing that garbage. On top of the dozens of cost cutting plastic bs that car had that failed or didnt work property. It also burned more oil Read more

11/5/19
2:23 PM
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Product lifecycle. Cars are in the mature phase where new improvements are incrimental, differentiation is difficult and manufacturers are competing solely on price. Cars are more of a commodity now sow it should stabilize on a small number of competing (major) firms. On the plus side, you may see more weird cool Read more

11/4/19
10:15 PM
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I mean, a cat back on my mini was easy as pie, but then again it was designed to be installed by yourself.