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My CC is traction limited at 200 lb/ft due to the gearing when I turn off stability control. Wet or dry. That same low level of torque makes it a dog when trying to feather the throttle while keeping up with traffic. Its great fun in the wet though.

 

 

Back on topic, I bought nothing today! Nope NADA. Tomorrow...another story...

What cha buying?

 

 

More Coke, probably. :lol:

 

Didn't buy anything today, but I did get gas yesterday. $3.31/gal, so wasn't too terrible.

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My CC is traction limited at 200 lb/ft due to the gearing when I turn off stability control. Wet or dry. That same low level of torque makes it a dog when trying to feather the throttle while keeping up with traffic. Its great fun in the wet though.

 

 

Back on topic, I bought nothing today! Nope NADA. Tomorrow...another story...

What cha buying?

 

 

More Coke, probably. :lol:

 

Didn't buy anything today, but I did get gas yesterday. $3.31/gal, so wasn't too terrible.

 

 

ROFL -- I think he's all coke'd out.  :wacko:

 

I also got gas today (as I tend to every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY) before class. Also had to run in and get me a gallon of water as I left mine on the porch this morning. Dispite putting the right heater core hose in place I have managed to produce another coolant leak... :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  Thankfully I'm not losing nearly as much this time...

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My CC is traction limited at 200 lb/ft due to the gearing when I turn off stability control. Wet or dry. That same low level of torque makes it a dog when trying to feather the throttle while keeping up with traffic. Its great fun in the wet though.

 

 

Back on topic, I bought nothing today! Nope NADA. Tomorrow...another story...

What cha buying?

 

 

More Coke, probably. :lol:

 

Didn't buy anything today, but I did get gas yesterday. $3.31/gal, so wasn't too terrible.

 

 

ROFL -- I think he's all coke'd out.  :wacko:

 

I also got gas today (as I tend to every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY) before class. Also had to run in and get me a gallon of water as I left mine on the porch this morning. Dispite putting the right heater core hose in place I have managed to produce another coolant leak... :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  Thankfully I'm not losing nearly as much this time...

 

LOL, that ford will continue to empty your pockets ! 

 

 

Devils Backbone Vienna Lager! 

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My CC is traction limited at 200 lb/ft due to the gearing when I turn off stability control. Wet or dry. That same low level of torque makes it a dog when trying to feather the throttle while keeping up with traffic. Its great fun in the wet though.

 

 

Back on topic, I bought nothing today! Nope NADA. Tomorrow...another story...

What cha buying?

 

 

More Coke, probably. :lol:

 

Didn't buy anything today, but I did get gas yesterday. $3.31/gal, so wasn't too terrible.

 

 

ROFL -- I think he's all coke'd out.  :wacko:

 

I also got gas today (as I tend to every MONDAY and WEDNESDAY) before class. Also had to run in and get me a gallon of water as I left mine on the porch this morning. Dispite putting the right heater core hose in place I have managed to produce another coolant leak... :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  :wallbash:  Thankfully I'm not losing nearly as much this time...

 

LOL, that ford will continue to empty your pockets ! 

 

 

It's a love hate relationship...

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I just bought a cordless 20v reciprocating saw.

 

What brand, I have an 18v and if I use it on anything bigger than a 1x4 the battery don't last long.

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I just bought a cordless 20v reciprocating saw.

 

What brand, I have an 18v and if I use it on anything bigger than a 1x4 the battery don't last long.

 

That's why I prefer corded unless it's something I'd ever need to take out to the middle of nowhere.  As of now my only cordless power tool is a drill.

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I just bought a cordless 20v reciprocating saw.

 

What brand, I have an 18v and if I use it on anything bigger than a 1x4 the battery don't last long.

 

That's why I prefer corded unless it's something I'd ever need to take out to the middle of nowhere.  As of now my only cordless power tool is a drill.

 

*1 on that !

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$189 for my Basic Rider Course. Finished the classroom part this morning and aced the exam. I'm about to head out for the riding portion. 

 

Edit: Took the ninja out for a spin. It's a lot nicer than driving the car around if it's for puttering around town. It's a lot less hot, gas mileage is insane, it's real comfortable, and it's pretty damn quick. Not fast, just quick, but enough to get around.

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I just bought a cordless 20v reciprocating saw.

 

What brand, I have an 18v and if I use it on anything bigger than a 1x4 the battery don't last long.

 

Dewalt 20v MAX, haven't gotten it yet so I can't be sure how long it will last.

Though my next purchase is going to be another 20v MAX Premium XR battery, those last a long-ass fucking time. :P

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They used to demo cutting a car in half when the 18v tools came out! New cordless tools last quite a while thanks to the latest battery technology.  

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