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#1 May 11 2004 at 2:43 PM Rating: Decent
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Ye need only two toolz. WD-40 and Duct tape.
If it doesn't move and it should, use WD-40.
If it moves and shouldn't, use Duct tape.

and rememberz...

Itz always darkest before dawn.
So, if u're going to steal ur neighbor's newspaper,
thatz the time to do it.
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#2 May 11 2004 at 2:46 PM Rating: Decent
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wd 40 works wonders, duct aint that great, it comes apart and is easily torn
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#3 May 11 2004 at 2:47 PM Rating: Good
If this was posted in the Asylum, there would be completly different answers.
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#4 May 11 2004 at 2:51 PM Rating: Good
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Vice grips & a hammer.

If you can't fix it with the vice grips, smash the **** out of it till you're forced to go get a new one.
#5 May 11 2004 at 2:51 PM Rating: Decent
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If this was posted in the Asylum, there would be completly different answers.

Not nessicarily. You'd be surprised what we could accomplish with some duct tape and WD40. The S&M Slip and Slide leaps to mind.

Gaffers Tape > Duct Tape for doing anything BTW.
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#6 May 11 2004 at 3:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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True story.

I bought a 86 Ford Bronco 4 or so years ago. Was driving one day and my transmission pan literally fell out onto the street. What Did I do? Walk to the nearest gas station, buy 3 rolls of duct tape and 3 bottles of transmission fluid. Duct Taped that **** on there, filled it back up, and drove home.

The engine blew up a couple of weeks later. Couldn't Duct Tape that, so I sold it to a junk yard.
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I bought a 86 Ford Bronco 4 or so years ago. Was driving one day and my transmission pan literally fell out onto the street. What Did I do? Walk to the nearest gas station, buy 3 rolls of duct tape and 3 bottles of transmission fluid. Duct Taped that **** on there, filled it back up, and drove home.


thats bailing wire
piece of my exhaut(88 f250 lwb, 250k miles booya!) stayed one for about 6 months now, its wired up to the frame


duct tape for your er... other problems

Edited, Tue May 11 16:05:07 2004 by Donuil
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Donuil wrote:
thats bailing wire
piece of my exhaut(88 f250 lwb, 250k miles booya!) stayed one for about 6 months now, its wired up to the frame


duct tape for your er... other problems


See, I live in South Georgia, we use Duct Tape for everything. I think some people use it as birth control.
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farther south bailing wire is a replacement for duct tape, you can find it anywhere, back yard, ditch, holding the door together at gas station

alot of hay hauling i got a few truck loads of it
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One of the guys I used to work with came in last summer **** about his exhaust system falling apart. He actually asked if he could hold it together with duct tape for the time being. Needless to say, I can't believe he took us seriously as we(while laughing uncontrolably)told him yes.
The next day we had a good time watching the smoke bellow out from underneath his car on lunch.
#11 May 11 2004 at 3:36 PM Rating: Decent
Haggan, you'd be amazed the things Charlestonians do with Duct Tape and WD-40. That and wire coat hangers.
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#12 May 11 2004 at 3:47 PM Rating: Excellent
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Larry King and Regis Philbin

Those guys are tools
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Leatherman Wave and a CNC milling machine. give me those two things and enough time and i'll **** welll build you a space shuttle!
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#14 May 11 2004 at 4:28 PM Rating: Good
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Smasharoo wrote:
Not nessicarily. You'd be surprised what we could accomplish with some duct tape and WD40. The S&M Slip and Slide leaps to mind.
Okay, that was the first time I've actually "laughed out loud" in a while.

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You'd be surprised what we could accomplish with some duct tape and WD40. The S&M Slip and Slide leaps to mind.
Do we have time to rig this up before summer gets into full swing?

Smiley: sly
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#16 May 12 2004 at 12:45 PM Rating: Decent
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One of the guys I used to work with came in last summer **** about his exhaust system falling apart. He actually asked if he could hold it together with duct tape for the time being. Needless to say, I can't believe he took us seriously as we(while laughing uncontrolably)told him yes.
The next day we had a good time watching the smoke bellow out from underneath his car on lunch.


lol

good trick, tell someone who doesnt know much about vehicles that when you take tires off they have to be put back in the same position with the lugnuts in thier same spot

ask someone with a diesel where the sparkplugs are

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