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02-20-2010 11:42 PM
sleepyboy ^^^^
02-20-2010 09:42 PM
ChuckDee ^^do u kno?
02-20-2010 09:23 PM
tukaniSVT ^^ ?? ^^

-Ray-
02-20-2010 08:43 PM
Flipside_SVT burnin bridges...............
01-26-2010 05:50 PM
jester4666 i think i need the wheels balanced on my accent too....a little vibration at 60, really bad at 75, kinda tapers back off around 80+
01-24-2010 11:03 PM
Zab
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Originally Posted by Matsuo View Post
lol $2 per lug nut....
The reason why I asked if anyone had one is because I literally have NO money, like I am -80 in my bank account right now, and I wont have money until im able to find a job that doesnt require a 4 year degree or 2 years experience.... I want to stay away from food, retail and and like hard manual labor (construction, you guys know my body size so its obvious why i dont wanna do that) so it's really freaking hard to find a job with those exclusions =(
as far as construction, it all depends on the trade you pick man, electricians get paid ok when aprentices, but once you become journeyman then you make money. and don't get scared for the electricity, they don't work things when "hot", you should see smaller people than you doing things up there
01-14-2010 11:45 AM
Matsuo lol $2 per lug nut....
The reason why I asked if anyone had one is because I literally have NO money, like I am -80 in my bank account right now, and I wont have money until im able to find a job that doesnt require a 4 year degree or 2 years experience.... I want to stay away from food, retail and and like hard manual labor (construction, you guys know my body size so its obvious why i dont wanna do that) so it's really freaking hard to find a job with those exclusions =(


I might have to just ask aprents for some money caus emy wheels are so freaking off balanced I feel like they are about to fly off when im doing 55+... atleast i think it's the wheel balance. My steering wheel has alot of vibration and there's alot of road noise like something it wobbly so I assume it's wheel balance.




On another note, when my tax return comes in i'm going to take care of that if Ihavent found another means to but then i'm getting the exhaust and intake for my car.... Install gtg maybe? =D i'l get drinks!
01-08-2010 10:31 PM
sleepyboy ^^ah come on Raymond they probably just don't open there eyes when they work that's all lol
01-08-2010 09:57 AM
tukaniSVT ... well ... I get squeamish thinking Walmart or Sears will be touching my car ... that isn't their fort-ay ...

-Ray-
01-08-2010 04:30 AM
sleepyboy Wow I just notice they charge 2 bucks per lug nut removed haha what a rip lol
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