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Old 11-04-2018, 11:25 AM
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Iíve seen worse. Much, much worse. Haha.


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Old 11-04-2018, 05:03 PM
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In you area, that rear bumper be riding about 10" lower than front..
Unfortunately... Your right...

I saw one the other day where the kid chained the suspension to get the Carolina lean...
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Old 11-04-2018, 05:07 PM
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What I don't get is how much crap are those tires flinging up on the body and chipping the paint. Doesn't any LEO enforce mud flaps anymore?
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Old 11-04-2018, 05:15 PM
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In you area, that rear bumper be riding about 10" lower than front..
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Unfortunately... Your right...

I saw one the other day where the kid chained the suspension to get the Carolina lean...
Aah, the old dumper-dog squat. No idea why anyone thinks that looks good at all.

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Old 11-14-2018, 07:55 PM
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Stacks anyone?

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Old 01-09-2019, 11:18 AM
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'Rust belt' vehicles need brakes and rotors long before the brake friction material EVER wears out. In its defense, this VW TDI sat for an extended period of time before, during and after the emission recall. And it is from NY, which is worse in our experience. But this is bad.

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Next line of defense would of been the maf sensor! I'm sure some small parts made it

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Jesus, did suck up a carpet?! Lol
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Typical on that rotor. Almost always on the inboard side. Pad slides get gummed up and pads stop sliding easily. Typical brake maintenence every spring is to pull pads, clean the crap out and relube. Most people dont, and that's what you're left with after a while.
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Next line of defense would of been the maf sensor! I'm sure some small parts made it

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Reminds me of a Cummins I worked on when I worked at a Dosge dealer. It was a farm truck, his air filter got completely plugged, then wet, the filter came apart, and the turbo ingested it and the metal mesh from the air filter. Needless to say he was complaining of low power and engine noise when he did give it some throttle. That was an expensive bill for a new turbo and intercooler.
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Customers say 'I just put new brakes on '. Technically they weren't lying in this case, but jeez

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Sure glad I don't live in salt country.
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Sure glad I don't live in salt country.


Oh it gets worse than that. Lol.


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Customers say 'I just put new brakes on '. Technically they weren't lying in this case, but jeez

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thats how my brakes looked like this fall.
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Pretty common for brakes & rotors to look like that. Part of my point was someone just recently installed new brakes with the rotors looking like that. I see it quite often.

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