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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by beater_k20, Jun 26, 2006.
when removing a Dana 44 steering arm...
my dad is PISSED!
its about 3" deep too...
WTF? You gotta hit the arm not the concrete
thats what u get for messing for 1/2 ton crap
the axle was there. i always wondered what the small circle of concrete different from the rest of the slab was for, and why it sounded hollow. buried in the dirt is a drain pipe elbow. that spot was there for access to the drain pipe if need be. i got pissed when the orange hammer wasnt working, so i brought out the sledge. one swing and the chunk gave way.
Is that part of a femur in the hole?
that's kind of what i was thinking. originally i could see cardboard in the hole (between the broken pieces) and i was wondering what my grandpa was hiding in there. turns out the cardboard was over the drain pipe to keep the concrete off of it. so he's not as crazy as i thought.
As my grampa used to say to me-"Boy, you'd screw up an iron anvil with a rubber hammer".
As my dad used to say "Boy, you could **** up a wet dream" he was puking at the time and the cats ate the puke
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