Originally Posted by Chief Illiniwek
It's all good guys. A couple scotches and I'm good as new. Stupid ass mistake. Better for it. Even if I need to have the pan replaced by a pro, I'll be completing the rest of the work myself. Between now and then I'll be getting some experience with those new tools so I have a clue on my second try.
I do not regret doing the service at all, just my jackassery.
Awesome man! I was pretty lite meself when I come in last nite an read this so I poured me one more shot an toasted ya for future successes.
Got me to thinking about some of me success and failures. been holding wrenches before i had pubes.
Me neighbor had a garage and because i had small kids hands or more because he liked his beer, I spent several years working for him on the weekends.
One thing I always appreciated about old Smitty was his attitude when something went wrong.
Don't worry Mac (he always called me Mac but me name is Mike) ain't nuttin we can't fix... "and" he never yelled at me for trying.
R.I.P. Smitty, you taught me how to approach life and how not to walk away from a problem. oh yea, and how to hold a wrench
dang, now I'm a missin that old grouchy codger