My favorite JRitS posts of the week, Vol. 132

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.


Photo: Kaibr

That’s the left rear rail on a 19 Tuscon for the record.

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Photo: mainlyalurker

This was a 2011 Jeep Wrangler.


Screenshot: Nichalishis
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Unfortunately it was a very busy day so my manager told me to let it go. I did inform the customer though

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Photo: felixthecat24
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Try selling it on Goo-net.

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I wonder if this customer will be paying for his repairs in cash.

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Photo: mattng99

...what a great way to start the week

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Photo: jazzie366

The subframe snapped from corrosion, gotta love NY. This is on a 2010 Mazda6. ...they recalled the subframes on these cars for this reason and all the damage will be covered.

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Photo: ZeroRain87

20 minute drive before starting... ...[OTC extractor tool] didn’t work as advertised. Haha

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Photo: mpcromar

I fix more mistakes made by jiffy than any other shop...

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Photo: PGids

...no, not using the forks which would be not ideal but not awful, using the top of the goddam mast

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Screenshot: BaldBeard76
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Video: rust_buster

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Photo: k_so
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Take a bow!

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Photo: His_Stigness_

The car has TWO, count em TWO OBDII ports, but only one has the OBD protocols. And you can’t see either of them. I took this picture with my phone facing backward. I only found the port by feeling for it, and then I plugged into the wrong one. The smog machine kept saying it had no communication. I checked my machine and it was fine. Then the customer comes back, after going to their regular shop, and they told me I plugged into the wrong port. I was confused but looked at it. I pulled out my phone and discovered the second port.

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Photo: Lotus496

Our service advisor and residant wild man grabbed it by the tail and took it out of the garage.

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Photo: kevlsx

Hemi ram

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Screenshot: theonethatfits
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Removing the carbon blockage from an EGR back pressure pipe

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Photo: -Zeovoid-

...1991 Geo Metro
His shocks were bad and he figured this would solve the problem

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Photo: Tstilt12

I’ve heard stories of it happening, Never thought it would happen to me. It caught my foot on the way down. If it wasnt for my boots I probably wouldn’t have any toes left.

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Photo: Stevema1223
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Obligatory brake post

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Photo: samudam
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Obligatory tire post

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