supposed to be 63 here today and for T-day 35
That really sucks. I had a pit mix with bad knees too. Did surgery on one but to no avail. She lasted 16 years. Love that dog. Walked her down a ramp to get down the steps holding a strap around her waste. She always went outside to do her business. Even when she was almost paralyzed. Hope your dog does well. It’s a painful thing.well, back at work after a long 4 day weekend! My damn dog blew his knee out Friday night, so that puts most everything on hold. well, since it is his second blow out this year, he has no more knees to have surgery on!
I saw you had the gasser up for sale. Hate to see you sell it, but understand what our pets mean to us. Never get what we have invested in these cars usually, unless you buy a lot of bargain parts. I did well on my Falcon at $11k I was asking, and it sold just hours after posting it. But I was in it half that amount, in parts and buying the car to start.Thanks guys, yea its hard because of all the bad luck. I even have the gasser for sale now. lots of thumbs up, but no bites. I also stated a go fund me that will help out. It you are so inclined, here is a link. I always tried to do things by myself and am a very proud person, but a couple of buddies persuaded me to try it. I am very humbled by it all.
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The point was. He smoked the Toyo with these problems.It's a 430 with an over bore, so not a high winding engine, and more of a torque motor. So probably why he shifts early to keep it in the torque curve. But he did say he has a 150 nitrous shot, so no need to wind it way out.
I really wonder if his claimed HP was without the nitrous hit? I'm betting it was, so if he hit the go button he'd have a huge advantage over the Toyota. Both cars seemed to have pretty narrow tires, but the Buick planted them better.The point was. He smoked the Toyo with these problems.