mr. cob wrote:Tracy, I sure hope you and your rig have better luck with that little creep then the Kracken and I had.
GO.WARCAT wrote:mr. cob wrote:Tracy, I sure hope you and your rig have better luck with that little creep then the Kracken and I had.
Well, WTF_Chuck isn't all fun and games. This is my list so fars:
- odometer stuck at 3,000km (it's a new odometer, old one almost had 100,000km on it)
- won't go into reverse (PUSH! PUSH! PUSH)
- lost BOTH tail light bolts (didn't lose the lens so it's held on by zip-ties at the moment)
- super high idle (can't seem to adjust it down)
He's always out in the garage so who knows WTF he's up to when I'm not watching him. I'm taking him out today for a pint. I hope he doesn't get his shorts in a ball while we are out and about. Everybody else seems to just love him. Lots of photos, UDF now includes Chuck and lots of pointing. I always look to see if something has fallen off or is on fire. Lil' turd.
Hope The Kracken is 100% soon.
chertlopar wrote:It that a Harbor Freight red trailer?
HOW did you fit an Ural onto a 48" wide trailer deck? When I tried it with mine I needed about two more inches (story of my life).
LRP wrote:Methinks due to Chuck's basically pyramidal shape, he concentrates gamma rays and induces whatever metal he is in contact with to crystallize
and fracture. If you carry him inverted, he should have the opposite effect and send the concentrated gamma rays back to whatever
or whoever sent them in the first place, while at the same time stress relieving and annealing what ever he is mounted to.
Just put on your tinfoil hats and think about it for a while.
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