Did you actually look at the links you posted up? It actually states in one of them NOT to do anything to the structural parts of the car!jpward said:I posed up info on what I found know and have seen in cars
Hmm funny thatjpward said:as funny enough I am part of the management team over a 10 floor apartment block being erected so go ahead sling all the mud you want at the messenger I don’t give a flying fork
jpward said::lol: :lol: :lol:
But hey dont believe me im only a rocket scientist!
I'd of thought youd have to be quite intelligent to be a rocket scientist maybe common sense isnt requiredjpward said:Oh and i asume you mean i am not, dont know how hands on you are but i know i am lol
stevepudney said:As this topic is slipping ever deeper into boring obscurity and to change the subject very slightly........................
This week I have had to chip off all the bitumen sound deadening panels from the inside floor pans, front and back, to get at the rust monster and replace parts of the floor but I collected 90% of the bitumen sheets that I'd chipped off, put it in a bag and weighed it, 8.5kg :shock:
You havent though :doh: Where are all the links/pics of cars with holes cut out of the pillars then? :der:jpward said:I posed up info on what I found know and have seen in cars
i've finally found a use for jpward :shock:MarkTurbo said:but taking weight from the front and putting it at the back for better weight distribution. Anybody done this? I got as far as putting the battery in the boot then couldnt think of anything else :lol:
diesel weasel said:i've finally found a use for jpward :shock:
cut off his fingers so he's completely incapable of ever using a keyboard, next, fully wrap him in velcro, line the rear of your car from just behind the seats to the tail gate with the other half of the velcro then stick him to your boot floor and move him about as required for spot on handling.