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Posted 18 September 2003 - 05:02 PM
Last time I went in there was because oen of my snow tires wasn't holding air, he told me that "tires lose air over time" I told him the tires on my car had been on it for over a year, and I've never had to add air. Got a blank stare on that one. On top of that, he didn't mount the tire correctly so later in my friends driveway it came off the bead.
And I took my parents' Sable wagon in there for a flat repair, and when they put it up on the lift they crushed a fuel line, and got grease all over the interior. I was at my friends house when I noticed that there was fuel everywhere, so I called them up, they came out and patched it, and then I drove it back there where they took about 4 hours to fix it, all the while teling me it was "my fault" because I had been out "4 wheeling" in the car.. It had been wrecked before, and the undercarriage was a little bangtified, but nothing near where the fuel lines were that got damaged. (Leave it to Ford to run the lines underneath where they can get damaged, rather than inside like Subaru does.)
Posted 21 September 2003 - 02:31 AM
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Posted 21 September 2003 - 02:15 PM
So if you convert that to mm and tread depth that makes approximately 1mm so I was correct, cool.
Posted 22 September 2003 - 12:31 AM
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