My favorite JRitS posts of the week, Vol. 43

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: Troego
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Do you see what icy?


Photo: MaroonZ24

Saturn vue

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D’oh!

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Photo: BlackLittleDog

Upon inspection found one cylinder full of rust from improper storage and power wash.

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Photo: hurryupandfailplease
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Pretty!

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Clever

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Photo: bassment_dweller
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“Yeah, it’ll bolt right up”

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Photo: _Murderapolis_

He was easily pushing 90.

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I... kinda dig it, actually.

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Photo: Cowquack

This happened on a car trailer, carrying three vehicles. The customer had a new drum installed by some local mechanic in his home town and the assembly wasn’t measured so the barrel of the wheel was grinding on the drum. This is actually his spare and he installed in on the side of the road after his original failed the same way. It ground down the studs so the wheel was loose and rubbing which eventually cause the face of the wheel to shatter apart.

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Gotta run that engine once in a while...

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Certified pre-owned?

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Holy shift

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Photo: BoostedSRT4

1993 Civic Del Sol.

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Holey shift

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Just revved into the shop

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I got yer bench press right here

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You know what really grinds my gears?

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Story is the owner is getting ready to sell it after it sat in a garage for 15 years. They bought it new in 2003 to replace another car - but that car didn’t end up being broken so they didn’t bother registering it or getting inspected.

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Crunchy!

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Photo: Arabgumbo

It’s the aftermarket ecu harness for the propane fuel system in the fleet vans we service

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G.R.O.S.S.

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Congratulations, you get to pay for more than just a tire now.

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Obligatory brake post

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Obligatory tire post

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