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Old 08-11-2012, 03:48 AM   #1161
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Such an interesting night.
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Kalim's clutch failed making the car useless, and passed out dude was pretty useless and entertaining as well. He just stopped in the middle of traffic, and then hunched over. I knocked on the window, no response, opened the door and said hello, no response, shook him a little and shouted hello and he kinda nodded his head. Put the car in park, and put the hazards on, and waited until mtnbound came over, and then police showed up. Dude seemed like he had something seriously wrong going on.

Tow truck driver who towed Kalim's car was pretty funny too, and was quick and efficient.







































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Yeah, they're pretty ghey.
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And Miles, how did you manage to make ALL the pics blurry?
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I quite enjoyed that photo story
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and the lack of peace signs and herro kitteh shows his lack of Asian
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Miles can never do anything the right way.
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Also, I saw Total Recall tonight.

Not bad. 7/10
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I was hoping to see some good content beyond the first page, but things are going down hill!
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Not bad. 7/10
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So we had to pull the trans twice today. Found that the throwout bearing had mysteriously rotated 90 degrees, which explains some of the crunchiness of the pedal just before the clutch gave out.
Tried taking the clutch off with the bearing in the correct orientation and the SAC mechanism reset, but it just did the same thing after testing a few presses of the pedal. Good thing we decided to test with a minimal amount of parts reattached.
Took it apart again pretty quickly and after some deduction, swapped the pressure plate out with another one. It worked.
Need to put it all back together tomorrow morning.
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