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Happy New Year!

Wishing you all a most uplifting New Year!

Finnnnnally got this done... great way to kick off the new year. Will paint come spring:

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Bonne annee!
Not going on a new years day drive today, too darn cold! Went on Christmas day and really enjoyed it, boost hits hard in the dry cold air!
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Heh, I hear ya... I always try to take mine for a burn today but waaaay too much salt on roads not to mention id never get it back up my snow filled driveway doh. Gonna be interesting enough as it is getting it back in, S6 on lift now for tire rotation and oil change:


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. . . Gonna be interesting enough as it is getting it back in, . . .
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BTW - am really jealous about yer . . . . . lift, ya' bisch!
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???

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BTW - am really jealous about yer . . . . . lift, ya' bisch!
Length no issue, the undertuck's such an obtuse angle.

Kitchen view for ya:

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Dayyyuuummmm - that's kickass! The only thing that would make that pic better is if there were a couple-a-three bikini clad wimminz standing around the car/lift (would make for a nicely nipply pic, too, and ****)!
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Nice liftage, Paul! Smart move. Craigslist?
My under the bonus room 2bay has a low 7’-4” ceiling. I’m always trolling for a mid-rise firesale.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR to all you fanatics of a kind. Paulie, what's stopping you from a spirited jaunt....that's what God made chains for (might be a first, chaining up a 930). Last year at this time I had 3 foot drifts in my driveway, blocking exit for anything but my trusty 4x4. This year, just a nice 1/4" ice coat on everything. May have to wait until spring, but one never knows what weather opportunities may open up.
I've been wanting to crawl around on the shop floor, to stick in my 7006 and see if it really survived the "heated episode" of a few years back. But told myself..."self, your herniated disc might bark a bit". But then, today, I contorted myself beneath the kitchen sink to replace the garbage disposal with absolutely no complaints from my body parts. So, sans a nice lift like you have, I guess a winter project may be in order.
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Hapy new year to all my 930 home boys and home girls and everything in between.It would be cool if one of these days we could all get together.

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Spent New Years Eve by the fire gapping plugs…a great start to 2018. Best to all!!
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Hummm...was 22 degrees last night at my place, then never made it past 31 degrees all day. Light coating of ice every where due to being right next to two rivers and lots of freezing fog.

Spent the day putting molding into my house.....a drive would have been preferable....sighhh.

Hope '18 is great for everybody!!!!!

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Happy New Year Guys!
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I hear ya Mark... alas, 295s barrrrely skated it (quite slideways-like) thru my door... phew.

Now... pfffft... weather. Been deeeeep in the low single digit HIGHS here for a week and neg's @ night. Suuuuuuuux!

Maiden 3car garage attempt a success... also phew! Now say... anyones recommend a suitable under slightly weepy 930 depends undergarment diaper of sorts? The moving blanket is temporary...






(Grrrr... anyone tell me how to correct sideways pics fut the wuck?)
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RE: Turbo Depends - you could buy a large, oil drip pan (the cookie sheet looking ones they sell at auto parts stores), drill some holes around the rim (not that "rim" ), and then hang it from the bottom of yer 930 with bungee cords, or maybe hang it with rare-earth magnets, instead (the super powerful ones you can find at hardware stores, etc.).
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Nice liftage, Paul! Smart move. Craigslist?
My under the bonus room 2bay has a low 7’-4” ceiling. I’m always trolling for a mid-rise firesale.
Kenster! Great to hear from ya.

Town surplus equipment auction score 2.5yrs ago... took awhiiiile to get to this point, fitting that the 3bay cherry poppage is today ironically. $250+mebbe $150 parts and me and neighbors installed over course of last two (fukkinfrozen) weeks.

Giddy!

Jah, AlfaSC John here (who also lent good expertisage) is on his 2nd midrise which he loves - rebuilt his entire (entire) SC on one... deffffffinitely better than nothing, and 911 geometry lends itself well to the setup. Highly recommended - find one cheap in need of nominal refurb. Same thing here, under bonus room 24x24x11... nixed the lolly column, lift pole was within 1/16"! Winning!

Hope to see ya for a burn come spring - been waaaaay tooooo lonnnnng...

Moe's pointing to this like that slays me:

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Funny, 'Knees, was thinking similar concept... great disturbed mindz.

Effe Ewe, btw! Been awhile... I been limiting screen time, cept fer p*rn, ButtofcHOORse.
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p.s. obligatory beef stew hommage, because beef fukkin stew:

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Effe Ewe, btw! Been awhile... I been limiting screen time, cept fer p*rn, ButtofcHOORse.
I was about to send you a message to see if you were still walking around upright (except for the 80% of the time you are on yer back or knees ).

Oh, and are you talking about this kind of p*rn?!?!

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(Grrrr... anyone tell me how to correct sideways pics fut the wuck?)
Without auto rotate just shoot everything horizontal.. sometimes called landscape.
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