Last week I finally got rid of my 1998 S10 and got a brand new Honda Ridgeline. It's quite a bit bigger then the S10 so I am trying to figure out the best way to get it in the garage. In doing so I back into the clutch lever of my motorcycle and put a nice pressure dent in the tailgate of my first, and probably last brand new vehicle. Not even 300 miles on it. I took it to Dent Eliminators in Clive and they charged me $75 to get it out and now I can't see it anymore.
A big thank you goes out to Regency builders. Thank the good Lord I decided to build the extra 2 ft onto the garage or I wouldn't have been able to get anything in the fricking garage but my two vehicles.
I feel your pain man.
You can say crap sandwich and I can't have a picture up of CY giving the "bird"....jeez.
I would recommend strongly against carrying anything more massive than a TP roll or a Kleenex box in an SUV, station wagon or minivan, loose, in the back. If you have an accident, that Fix-A-Flat can could literally take your head off, as it travels forward through the passenger compartment.
Plus, with your new business, a secureable container like the Husky would give you a good place to store your expensive equipment and A nice flat surface to work on.
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