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post #2311 of 3847 (permalink) Old 06-08-2014, 09:31 PM
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First, I will ditto everything said here about dogs n kids left in cars! I hate ppl that do that shit!!


Second, I hate that the weather has been incredibly beautifulfor the last 3-4 days!! Sunny, Not too warm, low humidity, a nice breeze! Everywhere I look I see people out enjoying the outdoors. Walking, riding, etc. And me,...?

....I'm lying flat on my back, in pain everytime I even stand up! (...and sit back down!) I'm getting softer n fatter every day!! I can't enjoy any of this. It's frustrating as hell! We don't get too many long stretches with days like this! This SUCKS!!!

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post #2312 of 3847 (permalink) Old 06-10-2014, 09:49 PM
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I know how you feel. I'm usually stuck at work when it's nice out, and then when I get off it's disgusting out.
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post #2313 of 3847 (permalink) Old 06-12-2014, 02:01 PM
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Uuurrggghhh. Just because I am a female does not make me incapable of installing parts on my car.
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Uuurrggghhh. Just because I am a female does not make me incapable of installing parts on my car.
Remember, lefty loosy, righty tighty.
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post #2315 of 3847 (permalink) Old 06-12-2014, 02:21 PM
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Remember, lefty loosy, righty tighty.
People used to say that in my auto class back in high school. I used to think "you actually need a saying to know whether you're tightening or loosening something?!?"



What you installing BH?
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People used to say that in my auto class back in high school. I used to think "you actually need a saying to know whether you're tightening or loosening something?!?"



What you installing BH?
Installing a hitch for a bike rack. I keep dropping my bike on the bumper of my car. =/ I've been told installing the hitch is "too hard."
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Installing a hitch for a bike rack. I keep dropping my bike on the bumper of my car. =/ I've been told installing the hitch is "too hard."
There's nothing hard about it other than the fact that it's a bit cumbersome because you'll be dealing with a big chunk of metal to try to position. Did you straighten out the exhaust question/issue?
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There's nothing hard about it other than the fact that it's a bit cumbersome because you'll be dealing with a big chunk of metal to try to position. Did you straighten out the exhaust question/issue?
Yeap, the odd shape is what a second pair of hands is for. If my dad won't help me, then I'll pester one of my friends to give me a hand. And yeah, I did. I was worried the panels on the hitch wouldn't clear the mufflers, but it looks like they will.
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Yeap, the odd shape is what a second pair of hands is for. If my dad won't help me, then I'll pester one of my friends to give me a hand. And yeah, I did. I was worried the panels on the hitch wouldn't clear the mufflers, but it looks like they will.
The only other thing that complicates things is if you decide you want the wiring harness for trailer lights. I'm guessing that isn't why you want the hitch though.
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The only other thing that complicates things is if you decide you want the wiring harness for trailer lights. I'm guessing that isn't why you want the hitch though.
I've thought about the wiring harness, but pretty much the only reason I'm getting the hitch is so that I can use a bike rack. Since we sold the tent trailer years, and years ago, no one in our household has felt the need to tow anything, so wiring is pretty much a none issue.
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