My favorite JRitS posts of the week, Vol. 114


Reddit’s Just Rolled into the Shop is a veritable cornucopia of the many wonders and oddities of shop lyfe. You never know what’s gonna roll in. Here’s what caught my eye this week.

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Photo: Ty-Kraken

Don’t think the truck had even been delivered, this will get dealt with before they even receive it. Up to manufacturer what happens, might get a new engine, might get torn down and inspected. Tbd


Photo: william4300

Does not help tried that the right one is straight and left curls down causing left side to be picked up

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Photo: Hawaiiansdoitbetter
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SIR! Put down the grease gun and step away.

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Photo: Cusp-of-Precibus

The noise was significantly quite after oil and filter change. But, yes there was a definite noise still. No doubt the damage done will just get worse and worse.

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Photo: onodelta

Stirling Moss edition SLR

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Screenshot: Sub2KO
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Photo: IAmLeg69

[Head gasket]... Whole new engine is coming

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Photo: thegreatballchinski
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Pretty!

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Photo: steve2019sk

2003 Jetta 2.0

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Photo: JayDee240

It’s an original hose from 1969.

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Photo: TheTow

2014 X3... Completely stock... 77k miles roughly... n55s dont seem the greatest longevity wise

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Photo: Youeffeduphaha

2013 malibu 2.w/e ecotec. Vvt solenoids. Screens completely clogged with guide material

50k miles well maintained front guide broke spun the upper bolt out and deposited it nicely on top of the balance chain tensioner upper guide was shredded and placed between the intake cam gear and the valve cover and i assume dispersed very evenly in all the bearing surfaces

Funny thing is i had another one apart this morning with the same guide broken and a cracked head at 67k miles

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Photo: bubs07

trailblazer diff

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Photo: DegeerMD

Vehicle came in with customer stating they believe there’s a tracking device on their car. I didn’t think there was one until I found this bad boy under the vehicle ontop of the spare tire. I couldn’t believe it. The back story is this customer was going through a divorce and the (ex)wife was keeping tabs on him. Never did find out if the tracker led to the divorce or was an after the fact act. Either way we found it.

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Photo: halo_noclue
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Shifty business

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Photo: 1impressive1

He let his son drive it.

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Photo: bhill713
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Photo: saltwaterwild
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Eeny meeny miney mo...

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Photo: FACELESSGAM3R
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Fill in the blanks!

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Photo: TheSauze
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Obligatory tire post

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Photos: obscurefault

Obligatory brake post

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