Where bad choices make good stories
#5 - FL...
#6 also FL
#3: You need to empty out the thing before moving it.... it's not a moving van.
The IBM facility in Rochester, MN, had a number of 'temporary' offices like those (20+ year 'temporary'). The floor supports rusted away. Friends of mine at the office tell of coming in to the office and finding the 2-meter rack had been replaced by a 1-meter rack overnight...
#4 stuck the landing?#5 look like an Oswego supermodified for the road.
#4 AND #6 stuck the landing.#7 Final Destination 99
#5 It looks like the Panhard rod let go. If I am not mistaken it's the blue cylinder hanging down on the left side of the truck's rear suspension.
DCE, yup. He might want to try a little loctite on those bolts when he gets that rig home.
Is it bad that I've seen or experienced 6 of these?
#1 - Well at least Willian Shatner isn't out there.
Just hope he was landing.
#1 always thought that was a gnome on the wingtip. #5 I like trucks. But dipshits that do this crap should have their heads examined. It's just stupid.
#9 That's what happenes when you buy cheap tools. I don't care if it's my shop or in the house I only buy good tools.
#5 Sway Me by Dean Martin
#8: Ah, yes. When I see ice cream, I too reach for a fork.#9: This is why I avoid handles like that. They WILL break even if it takes a few years, even the $1,000+ sets of pans.#10: That repair is gonna really suck.
#10 Always turn off the water to your house if you're leaving for some time. -sammy
#6…..When he came out of the blackout and opened the door, that first step was a dooosey…!!
#5 - Stay in your lane!
#3 - I got passed by one of these in 1997. The rear tongue mounts had separated from the trailer frame and he was dragging them down I-40 at 80mph in a shower of sparks
Gotta get it there on time...
#8: that's why you let it sit on the counter for ten minutes before scooping. Uh, forking. (??)
#2 That's why you always put metal grates on the racks before loading it up.
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