Message from RevStench in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #mechanics
damn fully loaded huh? for 13 k thats like 50k brand new
my example exactly about getting something american almost new for cheap
u bout to lose me 4 a bit. imma get back on my grind
Any day now literally
Same goes for all of ua
Troll to much from my desk
@bostoneuropean I’m actually down a mechanic SME if you’re interested
@Deleted User of course shoot me a DM if you wanna follow through
I’m pretty good with mechanics so between the two of us we should be able to hold the fort down. I’ll designate you when I’m back at my computer
sounds good ill help out with the buisness and sales end for fellow bros you help out with mechanics combined we will hold it down pretty tight
@this_that5553 hey bro, all cars are the same under the hood now. I sold the same parts to Ford and GM as I did Toyota and Mercedes. Same goes for all vendors, I've had the opportunity to work in every North American auto plant.
Buy what you need, for example I'm a simple man, needed a new truck, I shopped for like 3 years looking for exactly what I need. I picked up a 2010 F150 16k miles, for $7500. I wanted an 8 foot bed single cab no power anything. Less shit to break.
Feck. Even our engine compartments are globalist.
TBH cars like Mercedes are 100% fact more $ for parts I drove a BMW before I got my silverado and the cost of parts were crazy, even for an oil chage, having to get premium gas sucked espiccally
It's all malarkey. They make Mercedes in Alabama
Except the SL, SLK, C-Class, E-Class Coupe and the GLK
made in good ole mother land germany
They do pick up work
Does everyone know about the NUMMI plant in Cali? Where GM and Toyota's were made in the same plant.
It's Tesla plant now. I only went in there once, right after they started tooling it.
yea that was old GM
they left that plant after they became a new company after the bail out
most trucks all made at fort wayne now a days brotha
Yeah it closed in 2010, there are parts manufacturers everywhere.
Are you in Northern Indiana? I worked at the Subaru and Caterpillar plants around Indy.
No man im out in the city I live in Boston I work at a large volume GM dealership
Ok so I wake up at 3 this morning to my trucks horn blaring for no reason. I don't think it was the alarm because it was one solid blast. It only stopped when I honked the horn
Anyone know whats up?
Does it only happen when it's cold?
This is the first time it's ever happened
The temperature did drop last night though
Most of the parts around the horn are plastic. Cold weather can cause the plastic parts to compress which would cause the horn to go off.
You have to open up your horn to do a little modification to the horn pads.