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Crazy DIY Mechanic Fixes

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58 minutes ago, Ringo64 said:

This was just too good not to share. Figured I'd start a topic about crazy DIY mechanic fixes after seeing this too. 

It's not crazy if it works, right? :lol: 

 

 

That’s hysterical! The guys got more time wrapped up in that then just buying a switch! I mean really! 

Thanks for sharing!

It does work, but it’s still crazy!!

Edited by Last Indian

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Right? Kind of want to see this guy's other fixes :lol: 

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Posted (edited)

Not exactly on topic but clealy a man made disaster.....

 

 

Edited by Frosty

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Oookaa!!

 

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I once wired a toggle switch to the heater fan in our grandprix. It was stuck on even with the key off. Talk about a fire waiting to happen LOL (i did have a fuse inline)

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