Yes and no. The Ferraris are much cooler and technically advanced, but the Viper team is a better atmosphere and I make more...Isnt that like getting a demotion? :flipoff2:
Would the old shop happen to be a dealer in the LA area of Cali?
Walk behind snow blower work?I was shovelling snow at 730 yesterday morning. Finished about 1130pm. Heading back to clear sidewalks and walkways around apartment buildings again in 5 minutes. A lot of walkways are too thin to run a quad and plow down, so it's a 100% goon spoon show.
Yes. And I had TENANT, not a building manager, not the management company we contract to, but a tenant in one of the buildings, tell me that there was one buried in a storage locker today. Pulled it out and found a freshly tuned up in 2007 snowblower. Added fuel and started blowin'!Walk behind snow blower work?
I can sympathize. We had some wet snow here over the last 24 hrs. and I was plowing my gas station out today. It was more slush than snow, and it was like plowing pudding. We are on a corner, and my manager had shoveled the sidewalks before I got there, but the township (who will write the fine for covered sidewalks) had plowed it back over again. I went toe to toe with a township truck plowing the street today and drove my truck right down the sidewalk pushing his mess right back out again.But it beats shoveling! Only had my sidewalks plowed back into a mess twice today by the city...who will fine the management company if the sidewalks aren't clear.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XLOCtrAYZcBuuuut its Victoria, so the snow was wet, and we salted like motherfuckers last night, so there was an extra 1" of slush under it, so it was maybe 75% effective. But it beats shoveling! Only had my sidewalks plowed back into a mess twice today by the city...who will fine the management company if the sidewalks aren't clear.
Mines been leaking a little for 5 or so years. Helps keep the undercarriage from rustingAlso munched my hood on my f350 Sunday night, hit ice at under 20km and slowly slid off the road under an oak tree. Bought a new used hood, and when I picked it up, noticed a funky diesel smell. Hoping it the fuel bowl o ring leak that 7.3s are notorious for, apparently temperature change is a common X factor for it occurring, and we just had a cold snap.