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O i bet ur all about kneeling in Position and getting dat Pole's sticky icky all over you.

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You gotta stop taking your work home with you man. tongue.gif
post #23777 of 26291
My rental camey's dash is all lit up like a Crimmuss tree 😹😹

post #23778 of 26291
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My rental camey's dash is all lit up like a Crimmuss tree 😹😹


Did you have to sign anything that said you wouldn't track the Camry?
post #23779 of 26291
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Did you have to sign anything that said you wouldn't track the Camry?

Yis, but I still took dis bitch to Understeer City cuz I do wat I want!
post #23780 of 26291
The GF needs a Nissan Leaf rental.

Has the GF considered that you check the tire pressures, take it in for an oil change (or, better take it back to the rental company) and put gas in it? I mean, it's a car.
Edited by ramuman - 8/1/16 at 7:35am
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Refilled my air con gas today. Took 10 minutes.


First time it had cold air since i owned it. Feels good

Cost? -$0.00 wink.gif
Edited by Thrift Vader - 8/1/16 at 8:02am
post #23782 of 26291
Car mistakes are no fun, especially when leasing. I am working on getting rid of my 6 month old Jeep Grand Cherokee. Going to test drive the Audi A6, great deals right now on the 2016's. Have to decide between the 2.0 and 3.0. The 3.0 seems pretty mean.
post #23783 of 26291
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Originally Posted by Beckwith View Post

Car mistakes are no fun, especially when leasing. I am working on getting rid of my 6 month old Jeep Grand Cherokee. Going to test drive the Audi A6, great deals right now on the 2016's. Have to decide between the 2.0 and 3.0. The 3.0 seems pretty mean.

Huh? Leasing is the best reason to avoid car troubles. Buying a Jeep Grand Cherokee was on you.
post #23784 of 26291
Never heard of anyone leasing a Jeep.
post #23785 of 26291
Well, kinda. I leased a Jeep and yes people do, along with my Q7, since I don't enjoy car ownership anymore. I would rather give them back in 2-3 years and get another, with no headaches. I leased the Jeep that was recalled over the faulty shifter, and it does truly suck. It is hard to tell when the car is in neutral, reverse or park based on prior experiences driving a car. The recall didn't fix the problem entirely and I will likely come away unscathed in the finance department as I put nothing down, rolled in taxes for that reason and also that I borrowed money from the leasing company at 1.5%, not that you are making anything better in the bank, but why not. On the test drive I wasn't cognizant of how the shifter worked, but have come really aware of a major design flaw and a dangerous one.
post #23786 of 26291
So can we restart the car recs in earnest?

I suddenly find myself down a two wheeled vehicle with a reasonable check in my hands.
post #23787 of 26291
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Originally Posted by ridethecliche View Post

So can we restart the car recs in earnest?

I suddenly find myself down a two wheeled vehicle with a reasonable check in my hands.

Did the reasonable check in both hands follow a commendable performance of working a two legged man's Johnson rod with both hands?
post #23788 of 26291
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Originally Posted by ramuman View Post

The GF needs a Nissan Leaf rental.

Has the GF considered that you check the tire pressures, take it in for an oil change (or, better take it back to the rental company) and put gas in it? I mean, it's a car.

Dont forget he needs to check that blinker fluid.

post #23789 of 26291
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Originally Posted by jcman311 View Post

Dont forget he needs to check that blinker fluid.

Blinker is an odd name for a mechanic but hey, if Blinker prescribes that you need to check his fluids when you bring the car in for servicing, all the more power to you. Blinker needs servicing too, I'm sure!
post #23790 of 26291
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@UnFacconable I think keeping the current X1/used SUV makes sense. If space (street parking etc.) permits, you could still get a beater track car.

Ended up driving my old truck this weekend because I needed to charge the battery and decided I would be better off finding a salvage door for now and keeping the thing going. Probably my last chance to have a NA V8 so may as well hang onto it a little while longer. Was able to find a salvage door in the same color for $150 so just need to figure out if my mechanic will do it for me or if I need to find a body shop to do the work. I am tempted to have a go at it myself, but who am I fooling - would much rather spend time with my kids.
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