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Don't Worry, I Can Fix It! DIY Gone Bad

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On: Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 9:07PM | By: Clay Ritchings


Don't Worry, I Can Fix It!  DIY Gone Bad

All cars will fall victim to maintenance issues from time to time, and with today’s economic downturn we all have to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty to address as many as we can to save a buck. With the right tools and a little mechanical ability, you can fix everything from gearshift knobs, battery terminals, faulty door locks, stereo installation, windows, and minor body repairs. The saying “With a little duct tape and a hammer anything can be fixed” has been taken to a new level that is both brilliant and disturbing at the same time.

You cannot even imagine what the human genius can come up with when there is a need to repair or to fix something. Normally it's great to be able to fix something, but sometimes the bong resin and hops cloud the area of the brain that harbors common sense and thus creating the need for this post.

Please do not get your vehicles fixed by trained professionals whatever you do; after all, where will we get these beautiful examples of MacGyvered repairs that are disastrous, usually dangerous, and many of them could quite possibly lead to death. . . so please, do this at home!


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RoadKill | 11:24AM (Thu, Jan 28, 2010)

Spray Foam Duct Tape Plastic what else do you need in your tool box???


 

imwithcoco | 3:12PM (Mon, Feb 1, 2010)

How about a little JB Weld?

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gator done | 3:01PM (Wed, Feb 3, 2010)

I should tie a bloodhound to my daughters car. She has no sense of direction. It would be cheaper than a GPS!



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