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Old 06-09-2008, 07:31 PM   #1
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ffffffffffffffuck you guys i unscrewed my brake line and fluid came out why doesnt the manual tell you that **** will happen

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if this was on mt.net a mod could change his name from whipsmack to dicksmack. what a ******* loser.
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Why would you bother screwing with a system if you had absolutely no idea how the **** it worked?
I hope he somehow gets it back together and goes and promptly crashes into a wall. Stupid people shouldn't drive anyway, or be given tools.
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in reply to talusan, that's exactly how I know all I know about Miatas.
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lol at this ******* guy....

But if he is indeed trying to take off the ******* axle nut to remove the rotor....

Is it really that hard for some people?

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hydraulics, new **** right there
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What the **** " I unscrewed the brake line and break fluid went all over the place!!" Ummmmmm yea wow this guy should be shot, he has absolutely no reason to be around a miata. i can all ready see that we will loose another miata to this dumb ****!! If you dont know what your doing dont **** with it!


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what a fucktard....thats ridiculous
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I would feel save riding in that car when he is done... not!
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Scary! Im glad he's on the otherside of the country.
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He better watch out, blinker fluid is hell on paint.

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but guys.....he still has the rear and emergency brakes.
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I had a flat the other day. It was really tough getting the lug nuts off. When I got them off the wheel didn't want to come off either. I pulled on it really hard, rocked the car back and forth. The wheel finally came off and the corner of the car fell to the ground. How do I get the jack under the car now to lift it up? Why don't the wheels say that the car will fall over if the wheels removed without using a jack under it?

Anyway, I didn't want to have to work so hard removing the lug nuts next time so I just tightened them finger tight. I have pretty strong hands so it should be OK.
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