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Today 11:45 AM
Chas nissan leaf
Today 10:33 AM
klodkrawler05 I recognize that crank pulley it's the same one my vette has.

the rest of the accessories and the oil filter location are weird though........so f-body or pickup truck?
Today 09:25 AM
wordyahurdd Guess the car



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Today 08:39 AM
gold_zx3
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Originally Posted by wordyahurdd View Post
this sounds VERRRRRRYYYY Japanese. My first job at AW Technical Center (AISIN) was a very strict 8-5 with a 1-hour lunch. No wiggle room even though when I first started they promised they were going to implement "flex time" and they never did of course.

Both Ford & FCA have been super laid back, I basically come in between 7:30-8 and leave around 4 every day unless I am super busy or if I'm really slow head out well before 4.

Sorry but that's just the way the Japanese roll, very strict schedule
Def the Japanese mentality. When I worked summers at a Japanese manufacturing plant in Mt. Pleasant (CME Mitsuba) they had bells for breaks and stretching music at shift change haha. My mom who is Japanese and worked for the company at the time was super strict about getting to work exactly at 8 and was worried about having to ask to change her schedule from 7-3:30 over the summer so that we could ride together to work.

I sometimes take for granted that my company is super laid back which is awesome. Come in around 7 ish leave around 4 ish and take pretty much 1hr plus breaks. My boss pretty much told me he doesn't keep track of my vacation days either so if I needed an extra day here or there I could lol. Obviously I don't take advantage of it, and as long as you get your work done they don't really care.
Yesterday 05:42 PM
blackfx4x4 I only commute about 7 miles to work. Depending on what time of day I leave, it takes about 10-20 minutes. However, I spend my day in a big rig dealing with the rest of the retards on the road. Most of the time I'm down by Indy, and I've hit some real good traffic jams there. Think it took 2 hours one night to go the 2.5 or so miles north on I-69 between 96th st and 116th.

Detroit has been a pain too, though my dad is usually the one who deals with that run. I'm sure he's in a fantastic mood today.
Yesterday 04:29 PM
j14woods Rush hour traffic blows. I work at Ford in Dearborn and live in St Clair Shores, I try and leave a few minutes early if I can, a 5 minute difference in leaving just screws my drive home down 94.
Yesterday 04:08 PM
klodkrawler05
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Originally Posted by wordyahurdd View Post
this sounds VERRRRRRYYYY Japanese. My first job at AW Technical Center (AISIN) was a very strict 8-5 with a 1-hour lunch. No wiggle room even though when I first started they promised they were going to implement "flex time" and they never did of course.

Both Ford & FCA have been super laid back, I basically come in between 7:30-8 and leave around 4 every day unless I am super busy or if I'm really slow head out well before 4.

Sorry but that's just the way the Japanese roll, very strict schedule
Yup that's pretty much the thing,

they're pretty touchy about their vacation time too.
Yesterday 02:19 PM
wordyahurdd
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Originally Posted by klodkrawler05 View Post
Yup, between that and rigid schedules I'm just meh about this entire career at this point.

why can't I come in at 7, take a pair of five or ten minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch and leave by 3:15, I'd be home by 4:30


but noooooo

Instead I have to come in at 8, take two fifteen minute breaks plus a 50 minute lunch and then leave at 4:50 so that I'm home by 6 if I'm lucky.

I get paid the same amount because salary so....why can't I decide my own schedule? I don't want to sit in your shitty break room and burn up over an hour a day, let me take the minimum breaks required by law, get my work done and hours that you are paying me for complete and hten go home and get on with my life.

I could see the schedule thing more if I was interacting with customers etc then of course I have to be here when they are in the office etc. but all I do is cad, and play with prototypes, if I'm getting the same amount of work done who cares when I do it.

/rant
this sounds VERRRRRRYYYY Japanese. My first job at AW Technical Center (AISIN) was a very strict 8-5 with a 1-hour lunch. No wiggle room even though when I first started they promised they were going to implement "flex time" and they never did of course.

Both Ford & FCA have been super laid back, I basically come in between 7:30-8 and leave around 4 every day unless I am super busy or if I'm really slow head out well before 4.

Sorry but that's just the way the Japanese roll, very strict schedule
Yesterday 01:04 PM
Chas
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Originally Posted by ah1f39 View Post
I never did either. I would think each spring would be a good interval.
Yeah, I was probably going to follow Chalupas smell test. But, realistically, once a year seems reasonable. It was 13 bucks on amazon, may as well do it right.
Yesterday 12:43 PM
ah1f39
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Room looks so much more adult now. Looks good!

Yeah, I don't think I ever changed mine in the focus lol.
I never did either. I would think each spring would be a good interval.
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