I change shit readily if it brings me some actual value in return. My eufy camera system is a worthy addition to my "jinglebells on the gate and a sam colt" system for example.Number one, doing a lot of the shit you mention is fun.
Number B: You seriously never change *anything* in your home, property, or car? If you do, then add it to your list above.
Noice. My Neon was so rattly all over when you got up to 75 it sounds like you were running a rock polishing machine.Finally located the source of an annoying noise in the Audi yesterday - had to re-torque the top nut on the passenger side front strut.
I put the right hand side in the air and stuck my hand in and jiggled things until I found something moving that shouldn't have been, which was the cup that's supposed to hold the bump stop at the top. Stuck the 8mm allen key in the head, and a 22mm crowfoot on my torque wrench, and found that it had about 1.5 turns before it was to proper spec.
Fuckin' dunno how it got loose, it's a nyloc nut.
Saw my first of these today, they tried to hit me. Shocking.The Hummer EV weighs 9000lb and accelerates to 60mph in 3s. At what point do manufacturers become liable for putting that amount of energy in the hands of Average American Drivers, who aren't even competent enough to manage stopping at stop signs? Half-tons these days are already beyond the capabilities of many to drive safely.
One time someone tried to kill their passenger by putting their car in front of me. No other reason to be turning left into a curb. I told the dude he should probably just get out and walk as far away from her as he could.And you didn't get fired? I'm shocked, SHOCKED.
The post office things are actually Chevy S-10s with a modified wheelbase.2 dudes at work have imported rightside drive vehicles. Super cool.
One an actual hi-lux. The other a little Toyota sporty thing like a supra or MR2 or whatever the foreign version of that is.
Myself I'd take a U.S. Postal Service jeep.