Redneck engineered/fabber cobbled this in the work shop. Poured the sand out of the plastic bag it came in, got an extra reusable shopping bag, a funnel that the end fits into the feed tube for my sand blaster. I cut the funnel down so it was just the tip and an inch or so of the bowl. Then i cut a hole in the bottom…
The only catches are that it can’t have the motor it came with and it has to have a motor no one has ever put in it before.
Big Blue is unsafe at any speed. There’s a big hole in the sub frame amongst other things I didn’t notice. Hopefully the seller will work with me.
Mechanic is going to check it out.
First I made sure my 24mm socket would fit the old sensor and it looked like it would work fine.
We pulled the trigger on the Santa Fe on Sunday. Guy wanted $2000 but took $1800. MrsGolem and LittleGolem are in love. Brought it home, Svended it to the best of my abilities (the floor mats are spending some time in the sun to dry) and added a cassette aux adapter. Just needs a USB charger, plates and insurance.
Rebuilt my A/C pully and in the process snapped off the VVL oil pressure switch.
MrsGolem’s favorite. It’s blue and currently stickered so it’s got that going for it.
Just getting into Hearthstone if any Opponaughts wanna add me I am CalzoneGolem#1319
What a horrible car.
It’s time to get serious about car buying. We’re going to take cash out of savings because when a nice car lands it goes fast.
I had installed an oil catch can in the Soul incorrectly and the pcv valve was toast. With a new valve and correct routing of the hoses I managed to catch this much oil in a month. I am going to see how long it takes to fill this jar.
Now I really need to shop for a car for her haha.
I hardly knew thee.