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Old 04-02-2004, 06:55 PM   #1
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I'd sooner have someone touch my wife than my car, cause I know they couldnt do that right either

Anyhow, got a tire bobble in the LSS so I go to have them check the balance. Well please tell me how you can cross thread a lugnut and then put enough torque on it to twist it right off. Well it got fixed but is my time worth nothing What , now I need to buy some tire equipment too ?

Have mercy on my aching soul !
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I'd sooner have someone touch my wife than my car
I know how you feel .. the guy at the muffler shop was so dirty when he got into my car to move it into the shop bay.
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