No idea what @Brucesmith's reasoning is, but soldering can cause the end of the cable to get rigid and brittle. This can ultimately lead to...
Wheel chocks... :biggrin_2559:
I usually give them a smile and thumbs up.
You would rather they censor him? I can imagine how that thread would go... o_O
He was an employee and was representing the network at the time...
Sure he wasn't referring to the Sedin sisters?
Yes, kills the jake so you don't kill the engine... which would be a bit worse.
It's what happens when trucks are smarter than some drivers......
A half-dozen or so.
Typically, engaged (on) means the ABS is overridden (off)... makes perfect sense. o_O
Sometimes there is (also) a switch for traction control...
Meh, you try and warn them off, but like moths to a flame...
After all, it's only trucking, how hard can it be? :rolleyes:
Yeah, you never know when one of those things is hiding in the shadows, waiting to pounce.
"...the victim of a rollover..."
They spelled "volunteer" wrong.
Sometimes, you just need a little help from a friend...
I had more than enough power (500 HP), gears (18), four-way lockers. Another set...
As I tell my wife, in our personal vehicle, you're only stuck if you have to call for a tow... otherwise, you're just delayed. :D
Rouyn-Noranda or Val d'Or Petro-Pass
Find an Asian "massage" parlour.
Give the "attendant" your $100k.
You'll still get screwed, but at least you'll have a happy ending.
Here's another 594 side boom... being carried. o_O
This was one of Henuset Brothers machines in their Calgary yard.
His wife better not find out.
Another oddity: Honda's oval-piston V-4; the NR 500 and 750. Two con-rods per piston, eight valves and two spark plugs per cylinder.
Not a V-12, a W-12. The basic design was two narrow angle (15*) V-6 engines mated together. It was used in several VW-Group cars (VW, Audi,...