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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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[Air in ps system]

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I couldn’t believe how [hot] it got, the wheel checks were completely melted

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This guy was just lifting it to see if there was any rust. He got his answer pretty quick.

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Not the spare. The stock chrome applique wheel cover was hiding all of the corrosion until it delaminated and fell off.

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...it came straight down on the top of the tailgate...

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Clearing all the welded in bracing might be a bit if a hassle, but it’s straight forward, probably easier than stock.

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He... told us he tried with the vice since he didn’t have a pipe wrench big enough to wrestle the filter. But just as it happened didn’t mention that he left it in place when he made the decision to hit the highway and come to the shop.

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...it’s actually my dealer. Another one of his customers put that on Facebook two days ago and now it’s all over the place. When I seen it I recognized the flannel shirt.

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...the driver actually said the quote I titled it...

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Ford windstar with a 10 year old axle recall that was never done

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19 Silverado

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I N S P I R A T I O N

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If you could have smelled how bad the water was you’d be cursing to

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Wielders [sic] gloves are thick. But didn’t want to test the theory

...on the other side of the fence is an empty lot with an abandoned house. As I said no animals or humans were harmed in this video

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E93... probably been making noise for some time. They’re lucky it was the one at the transfer case and not the one at the front diff.

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Honestly I think they should of handed him a new car. 50 years of loyalty and he gets a snow globe. Little disappointing. Its kind of why I put his photo on here. If VWAG doesn’t recognize him, maybe the internet will. And man, did the internet ever deliver!

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Sprinter 2.7... Failed turbo, oil leaked into exhaust and intake

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Drier than a camel’s asshole in a sandstorm

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Sucked in drive belt via main seal

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I fully expected the oil filter to be seized on but it twisted off easily by hand. ...though the oil came out like molasses.

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...This is a TGV. A trains that is allowed to go 300km/h and even faster on certain sections. Up to 320km/h.

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You don’t say?

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Ohhhh ffffuuuudge

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Obligatory brake post

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Obligatory tire post

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