Discussion in 'Motors' started by Meaker, Jun 10, 2019.
Oooh, are you in the lamp lovers group too?
Lol, it was a mildly car related fact i posted on a motoring section on a tech forum.
I was more expecting people to share stories of things they had spotted or similar but instead it just turned into ****posting *shrug*
Then maybe you should have posted something like, " look what I found, do you guys have any similar stories."
Not seen one with allen key type studs before, this must be a nightmare if they get over tightned? Can imagine they would round quits easily.
Those are just plastic caps. You get a VW group bent paperclip to pull them out with.
Is it a Bugatti Veyron?
You'd hope he was taking the ****?
Ive removed caps that are flat just like covers. Not ones that have a allen key slot. Whats the point in that? Genuine question.
He needs to get the brakes sorted asap otherwise he will end up in an accident and meeting his meaker
Unless the rules have changed recently, As long as it passes on the rollers, that is only an MOT advisory. I have seen much worse!
Pistons make the best brake pads.
But seriously. Who takes a photo of a colleagues brakes and posts it on the internet.
Aye but from memory they need to have a braking force within 25% of one another. I honestly can't see that being the case here!
Is that a rusty nail in the 2nd pic?
Won't the cracking on the tyres be an MOT fail?
I think the OP has just found out how normal people treat their cars
And why they end up in ditches when winter hits.
Both tyres have nails in them as well as other issues.
I see now. Funny, they never mentioned it on the news
Only advisory for both nail and deterioration iirc
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