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wheels
symmetrical or directional
go
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>>23261596
this.
also all the wheels in the op are gross
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>>23261837
Is that really such a big deal to you? You can't read the words in the post and you can only respond to the big colorful picture? It was just a fucking example. You go to try find any other pictures with lots of examples of both directional and symmetrical wheels, because it's not easy to find.
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symmetrical
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>>23261580
Symmetrical and with a number spokes divisible by the lugs. Fucking hate chevys 7 spoke wheels on 6 lug hubs
>>23262131
Also this

I saw this 2nd gen 4Runner in my area for a decent price.
https://boise.craigslist.org/cto/d/caldwell-1994-toyota-4runner/7235948330.html
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https://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/d/roseville-ford-ranger-fx4-4x4/7239491303.html

Is this worth it?
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>>23251628
Sad. Its not like it takes much work to fluid film it annually and keep the rust away.
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>>23251489
>180hp
enjoy getting your doors blown off by an Accord
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>>23261631
Little expensive but not horrible, maybe worth it if there's no rust on the frame
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>>23259692
based dog fucker poster

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Fires of mordor edition
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>>23257423
Holy fuck you've been taking pictures of your screen for how long?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Gr74hDpD7c

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fucking kek

can we have a Tesla quality thread?
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>>23260139
>"after driving 1M miles"
>on a testing bed in a lab
Sure, bud. These are real pull-ups, too.
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>>23260178
>anon just screaming the N word at you from across the lane.
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>>23256525
The chad +90 camber
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>>23261884
gonna do this an totally get banned
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>>23261415
>coomgineer

How does /o/ park their car
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>>23257133
fiat punto
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>car first free spot
>giant truck some space with nothing nearby
>motorcycle on sidewalk in front of store
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>>23261542
>motorcycle on sidewalk in front of store
I wish I had done this, my bike got knocked over in the parking lot at a shartmart. totaled.
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>>23257104
Sorry about the damage that will happen when the ACAB people bust your car
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>>23257625
Stiaght out of mad max. Do you not have glass though? Must suck in the rain.

>faggot starts tailgating me
>match my speed with the truck on my right
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>>23260983
based mirrorkiller
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I hate these chuds who wanna speed on residential streets, I purposely go like 5 under the speed limit just to annoy em
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>>23261818
You can tell there's an American flag behind this post,

Embodying American narcissism
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>>23261525
I've calmed down on the road since I was 18
I only occasionally bully cars after I've confirmed it's a woman driving
Seems like they need the most help learning at it is
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>>23260920
>going speed limit on road well known for deer and cops at dusk
>faggot tailgates me anyway
>slow down to 5 under
>faggot tries to pass 20 seconds before the road T's into a stop sign anyway.
>speed up to prevent them from passing.
>faggot flashes their lights at me

It's time for us to discuss the TQ,
Tacoma's having inflated resale value isn't a meme, it's ludicrous how much people ask for them. But the real question, who is buying these to sustain these prices?
I see dealer inventories with tacos a few years old with 90 thousand miles for fucking $32000, there is a 2015 with 220k on the clock and they want $18k. Meanwhile they have some maybe a year newer with barely 10k miles and they are only $2k more than the one with 90000 miles.
Then on craigslist you got people asking $2k for ones that need a new frame, or 10 grand for a early 2000's one with 250k on them.
Who actually buys these fucking things at those prices?
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>>23261072
>honest first gen

Oh Im sure it is
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>>23260959
so? it's only $4500

no wonder you guys can't find shit, you expect perfection AND want it to be cheap

>>23260973
kek I like how outdated this is
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>>23260760
I can do this even if it isn't clean. Rcr would probably drive a rusty pos anyways.
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>>23261028
Based canned NPC response
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>>23260973
have you ever heard of this small european nation called fucking Spain?

Dumb question, but can you use a torque wrench to also loosen bolts, or should it only be used to fasten them?
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>>23261578
>>23261295
Alternatively, a telescoping/extendable 1/2 inch ratchet. Similar like this but it doesnt have to be harbor freight tool, this just an example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugAJagYaolc
Not 3/8, 1/4, 3/4 because these break quite easily.
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>>23260504
If you exceed the torque spec of the torque wrench you will fuck up the calibration. Which is why they tell you not to use a torque wrench to loosen bolts.

As others have said you should use a breaker bar but in a pinch I have used a normal ratchet and a dead blow hammer. Make sure you put pressure on the head of the ratchet so it doesn't slip.
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if you shouldn’t loosen a bolt with a torque wrench then why does it allow you to loosen it?
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I can't imagine a Digital Torque Wrench getting thrown out of calibration since it uses a strain gauge vs a spring/detent combo like the micrometer/mechanical wrenches if you use it as a breaker bar.

As long as you use it within its range.
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>>23260504
>CAN you

Of course.

>SHOULD you

Not unless it's your only ratchet and/or wrench, and if it is then you've already fucked up so hard you might as well go all in.

>>23261929
Counterclockwise/left-hand threaded fasteners my dude.

Tell me about car covers.
I recently moved in a neighborhood that has a lot of construction sites and trucks passing by and the car gets covered in dirt pretty quickly. Are those covers are good enough solution? Are they easy to steal (do they have some locking option below or something)?
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>>23260881
>easy to steal
If somebody wants it, they will take it no matter how well you secure it. Chances are it'll just be ruined or your car more damage if you somehow secure it more

If it sits inside then pretty much all covers work fine. If outside and in place its windy I would suggest one made from soft, stretchy fabric as it'll sit still and not rub your paint, plus not move with the wind
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>>23260881
They'll soon enough be filthy enough on the outside that they're not worth stealing. Can't re-sell a dirty car cover, they're too cheap new and clean.
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Frankly I would just recommend not having a car you care about. It sounds like you're parking on the street so forget about ever having anything nice. If it is in the driveway and this is your problem, then sure, a car cover will keep it clean but you're going to get really sick and tired of putting it on and off every time you drive it. It's a huge pain in the ass. If it's not the daily then that's fine, but you might even just consider storing it somewhere. It'll cost a lot more for sure but you won't have to worry about it getting dirty or fucked with or anything.
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>>23261024
also car covers trap the dirt and shit between the cover and the paint, so it leads to lots of scratches.

OP you'd be better off putting a shit ton of wax on the car so it's easy to rinse off
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>>23260881
Yes they are beneficial. You just have to clean and wax your car. The cover should be washed maybe 1-4 times in a year to keep it from getting too dirty from inner side so it wont scratch your car. The attachments of the cover should be made from plastic, not metal because metal cover attachments will scratch your car. I have been using car cover for few years, through now without issues. Removing the car for every drive and putting the car cover back on the car after every drive isnt a problem to me because its so easy and fairly quick. I got 2 car covers, the second is stored in a clean plastic box just in case if:
1.I have to wash the cover that currently is on the car.
2The cover that is on the car breaks for some reason.
3The cover that is on the car gets stolen.

The cover can be washed in a large 9-10kg laundy washing machine with, 3 rinses, slowest possible spinning cycle setting, under 30c water temperature, mild/ color sensitive laundry detergent. No bleach, no ammonia.
Yes, the cover is often quite easy to steal. Unless you add a small wire(covered with plastic) keylock, but then the car cover most likely will be ripped to pieces during stealing process.

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What is the minimum amount of tools required to swap out an engine in the car? Also if you don't wrench much is there step by step guides with pictures on doing this included when you buy an engine?
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>>23253671
based and redgreenpilled
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>>23253666
Expect things to go wrong. Stripped bolts, threads ruined. Don't have the right tool because it's your first time. waiting for parts. Possible short circuit.

There is no minimal. You go maximum all the way or never get it done.

Swapped my engine in a mk4 golf.
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>>23256651
black pilling. it's not even that bad. you're describing people who give up or dont have the money and time.
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>>23256651
>-Gatekeep as hard as fuck

>>23253685 just advised that it's better to start with smaller projects before doing something large. What about that is "gatekeeping"? Don't try to use words you don't know.
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>>23253666
>What is the minimum amount of tools required to swap out an engine in the car?
ALL OF THEM
Including the Whiskey.

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>start car in super cold weather
>turn heater on full blast
>dashboard starts going KLAK KLAK KLAK KLAK KLAK KLAK KLAK at consistent pace
>turn off heater
>sound is still going
>wait until it stops
>turn A/C on fully cold
>doesn't work
Now it just blows hot air at maximum temperature when I turn it on, I tried again 5 hours later and it was still doing it.

What the fuck even happened and how can I even begin to think about fixing it?
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>>23259767
Based suprisingly same
>unhooked choke because the autochoke is broken anyways
>go to half throttle
>turn key
>fires right up
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>open phone app
>remote start truck
>heat, seat heaters and defrosters running the whole time
>leave for work without freezing my ass off for ten minutes
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>>23259194
>live in Australia
>wintertime equals like 0 celsius (32 fahrenheit) at the coldest
>start car and drive away no problemo
>now it's summer
>35 degrees on the reg
>can't hold steering wheel, get third degree burns from the fucking seat belt metal
There must always be a price that is paid, and sometimes it is dear indeed
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>>23259194
Lol the gears that drive the flapper doors in your HVAC have stripped and the servo spins whenever the car runs and you're hearing the broken gears
>>23259211
Use walmart 0w-40 you super giga uber kai faggot
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>>23261715
>live in australia
That IS the price, fucking cunt

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Welcome to the BRZ/FRS/GT86 General!

>New BRZ is shit edition reeeeeeee

>All New BRZ was announced! Here are the facts on it:
Has new 2.4 Liter FA Engine
Improved Chassis Design
New Exterior Look
Not much else! Disappointing right?

>What is the point of this thread?
Just a place for the open discussion of the platform and it's future. Feel free to post your car as well, might be the photo for the next thread.

>Have questions on what to buy, mod, pros/cons, and etc? Check the mega guide below:
https://pastebin.com/jcngafr2
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>>23258717
I wish I could have a lifted BRZ and an 86 lowered by an inch
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>>23260514
The BRZ's Gen2 face is growing on me a bit, I like it for the reason I don't like the rear. It looks unique to the platform instead of being any other car.

While I prefer the concepts face, it does look to be inspired by other cars. but maybe I'm blind
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>>23260734
I feel the front wheel fender line that kinda goes nowhere is a bit awkward.
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Anyone running an E85/flex tune?

I heard it eats away at the fuel lines and also is not as fuel efficient as 98 octane. Any tips?
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>>23261475

So here is what I know.

You can run E85 without changing any components in the car, but this is probably the riskiest thing to do. Firstly it's really a hassle because you will have to flash a new tune every time you want to change fuel type. This can be flashed with an open-source tuning system like the OFT V2 or Tactrix. Don't recommend this at all, especially if you have problems with the ethanol content being consistent as that can negatively affect performance.

Flex Fuel kits, like Delicious Tuning's Flex Fuel kit, replace some lines that are prone to failure when using E85. These kits will also be able to actively monitor the ethanol content as well. FlexFuel is also a dynamic tune, so you can easily switch between E85 and your normal fuel of choice with no problems with performance or reliability. This is the move if you want E85, the kits are worth the money.

E85 is really just good for better performance, it is not as fuel-efficient as your pump gas. You will go through E85 a lot faster than pump gas. Here are the benefits of E85:

-E85 is less prone to premature combustion when compressed within your engine
-E85 is more thermally efficient, so less heat is generated

With the right tune, more aggressive timings will result in more power.


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Is it a bad/stupid idea to attempt to tackle a 1980 Triumph Spitfire that needs basically a full restoration, as someone who’s never done anything more serious or involved than a brake job? It’s basically being given to me as-is, I just haven’t brought it home yet as I have to clear out some garage space.

It doesn’t run and it hasn’t been started in 30-35 years so I know that I’d have to test for compression.
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>>23259195
Of course it's easier to get asian or domestic parts. However, if your vehicle has a following, you can get parts.
I get my weird italian motorcycle parts from a couple stores in the U.S, or go and order from england.

>>23259190
You can. Most don't because they either lived through those eras, or just find a nice one.
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>>23259084

The first rule to finding a resto project is knowing exactly how rusty the body and frame are. It's really not worth putting your energy into something that's not feasibly fixable. Next, you've got to know what you're working with and whether or not components can be refreshed or need to be rebuilt / replaced. If it's little or no cost to you, I'd take it and try to get it to run again and then make a plan from there.
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Bump
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>>23259157
>>23259200
You shouldn't be giving people advice when you barely know how to use a wrench
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>>23261813
Hey if I can stumble through wrenching on a Leyland car somebody considerably more competent should be able to

I’m mulling over getting my CDL and becoming an OTR driver. I’m 28 with no wife or kids and don’t mind traveling extended periods of time.

Would you guys recommend it or avoid it like the plague. I’m in ND if that matters.
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>>23257161
Do you want the glassdoor/indeed webpage?
They dont post it in the breakroom so I can't get a picture there.
Don't be upset you make less, these guys have to unload product at each stop. They deserve what they make.
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>>23257187
That’s pretty dogs hit after costs of operation man.
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>>23240629
Get it. The money's cool.

>single
You're going to live very very comfy. Find a good company that pays and stay there. You'll be set.

OP don't become fat and unfit. Stay fit and try to eat healthy.
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>>23256365
>I own/run a non-CDL hotshot trucking company. One truck grosses $5k/week on average, $6-7k on a good week. You can make relatively great money doing this. The morons saying otherwise are just that, morons.
take it from someone who hires hot shots all the time, this is larp shit...not that I should need to tell anyone, to think these guys are grossing $300,000/yr you would have to be retarded
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>>23261619
Truckers are amazing liars.
They sit the cab and stew and cope all day long then when see another human they are just bursting at the seams to tell them all about their fantasy life

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>>23257304
No, It's just a less practical 4Runner.
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>>23257304
nah, it's a 4runner with a body kit
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>>23257300
I unironically think they're pretty cool looking, but i'd never buy a SUV, so don't really care that they were killed off
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>>23257300
>No, bobby
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>>23257300
i see these for sale sometimes but they all have over 200k miles and come in stupid colors




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