You know you're used to your car breaking down...

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... when you buy a new truck and specifically find one that has the towing capacity to pull your hearse when you break it.

Seriously. I bought a new (to me) truck yesterday and one of my requirements was that it had to be able to tow my car. Maybe it WOULD be cheaper to just build it right this time. :)
 

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Obviously a lighter car isn't on the menu! :p
 

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You can lose some of that weight in the energy absorbtion systems of the bumpers by removing them. Maybe even lightening the brackets here and there with a plasma.
 
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You know you're used to your car breaking down...


When every one of your vehicles has a full tool kit, multimeter, and jumper cables in the trunk, because you get tired of swapping all your tools in and out every time you switch vehicles.
 

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Too True!

bro. "been there, done that," d
 

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You know you're used to your car breaking down...


When every one of your vehicles has a full tool kit, multimeter, and jumper cables in the trunk, because you get tired of swapping all your tools in and out every time you switch vehicles.
I have a full 300 pc set in the hearse, at least one of each belt, an extra upper/lower radiator hose, 2 fire extinguishers, gallon of water, few dozen feet of various gauges of wires and connectors, a multimeter, a floor jack, full sized spare, and 2 keys to the wheels. :)
 
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