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javadoc last won the day on May 25 2009

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  1. Flashing high-beams at you... move over!

  2. I like the new format I think. I had a bit of a double-take when the page first loaded, as if I'd gone to the wrong site, but it's pretty cool, IMHO. I'm still trying to figure out where the 'view last post' would be on a thread, but I'm sure that'll come to me. Nice job, Charles.
  3. QUOTE (matt b @ Apr 10 2009, 03:08 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Yes, but those Id have to sell. They cost me an arm and a leg. Cool. PM me some details.
  4. QUOTE (matt b @ Apr 10 2009, 10:57 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I have some 12 mm spacers you can have, not hubcentric but easy to center when you install the wheels. I thought about putting something like that on the rears, and putting the 5mm's that I have back there up front. Do you have lug bolts too, Matt?
  5. Mounting my summers and the new tires that I had to break down and buy. F'n rear awd camber bastages!!!! Seems my new tires (Nitto 555's) are a smidge wider than my old ones (Yoko AVS ES100's), and I need some 5mm spacers. They don't quite rub the strut assembly when sitting still, but I'm sure heavy cornering will introduce them. Anyone have a set? :) :)
  6. Today... so far today. Well we got a dusting of snow this morning, and of course I just washed the pig... and put the summer wheels and tires on it, so why wouldn't it snow, right? So what I've done so far today is have a white-knuckled ride 2/3 of a mile down the street to drop my two youngest ones off at school. Then on the way back down from the school (of course I live in these hills), I slide past my street because I have no traction. Get to the bottom of the hill and do a U-turn and then slide my way up the hill, TRACS protesting the entire way. Heck, it was a chore to get back into the garage! Melt snow. Melt.
  7. Never been there. But, imitation is the truest form of flattery, right?
  8. QUOTE (matt b @ Mar 6 2009, 04:50 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Oops. What did you do ? I fought with the wagon some more and looked for a cliff around the house when I could push it off. Didn't find one. Wut? What's wrong with it? Not that this helps, but I find if you just nudge the car into a busy intersection, it an have the same effect as the a fore mentioned proverbial cliff.
  9. You guys are making me hungry. I like their Bonzai burger too. Messy, yet satisfying. I also like their pulled pork sandwich.
  10. So far I've cussed at it. For some reason, that doesn't bring it to life. Time to play 'musical coilpacks.'
  11. Installed wings... and more wings. I was going to wash/wax it but it started snowing, so I'll have to sneak that in tomorrow morning.