Discussion in 'Stop, Drop & Roll' started by Machupicchu, Mar 3, 2014.
You don't need a flat surface, I just said that both tires need to be off the ground.
yea i understand that but to lift both rear wheels off the ground would you do it on an angled street or flat surface?
Doesn't matter. A boss can lift his car any way any time.
yea, my safety rather than "BOSS" status
you don't need a
CBass stop using Stockton roads and your wrecked car as an excuse for doing something wrong. If you can't do it right, wait until you can.
If you can't do it right, pay someone who can.
You know, with all that extra money you have to burn.
You do need a
Added: Mar 10, 2014 6:03 AM
I thought you were talking about yourself there for a minute
Added: Mar 10, 2014 6:10 AM
Its not about not doing it right....its not having the space to do it, and i dont like paying someone else to fix my car unless it involves using something not at my reach....
That's why I said
Jesus cheer up
Don't they have garages that you can go to, like rent the space and tools you need?
The only garages like that in Stockton are Chop Shops
I don't get it
That's because you ain't from THE STREETS.
Thug life bitch.
Yea, I to the thug life. It did not choose me.
Noobs... noobs everywhere
^ I thought it was something else.
Work schedule changing soo much. This is day number 8 in a row. Friday i have off Im going to disconect everything and adjust coils to where i want them. Then measure and order adjustable end links. Still taking recommendations on brand/place to get them. Thinking about doing poly front and back.
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