Congratulations on the achievement. The only question I have is this something that will trickle into a bunch of auto car washes or is it prohibitively expensive to a comparable car wash coating?
In a few years when my student loans are paid and i have a bit more discretionary income. I do have my old F150 that needs to be resurrected.
We haven't had that happen since I was hired but a nearby mine rolled at 793 recently. No one was injured thankfully.
That is so awesome. My goal someday is to get an old vintage something or another and do the power tour with one of my best friends.
Nice to see there is a fellow miner on here. I work in a large open pit iron ore mine in the northern Minnesota Iron Range. We have over 50 240 ton trucks.
I may have to do that. Like I was planning on doing an 818 in a few years. Now I don't care. I want that!
I have tried a few but I think I'll go back to free cad. I learned solid works in college and am spoiled by that. Everything else is more difficult.
I got the ender 3 a few weeks ago. It’s pretty nice out of the box. I still have some calibrations I want to do with it. I have been using cura but I need to find a CAD program I like.
I should check if those fit my Tundra. The stockers are boring
One thing I've heard that fixes a throttle like that is cleaning or replacing the MAF sensor.
I need to test drive one. It seems like a really good choice and I could maybe do a used golf r as well.
I have a Cobb tune and turbo back. I think it's time for a bigger turbo
That’s good to know. I do love it. It just had gotten boring almost. So now I hardly drive it and love it everytime I do.
It doesn't help that the nearest mini dealer is over 3 hours drive away
Hard to find but I'll have to look for one to try
I need to test drive one but it is high on my list
I’ve heard two many things about unreliable minis
The v sport comes with the twin turbo v6 right
Does the 2015 Genesis still come with the v8
I actually don't mind that. It's interesting