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Old 04-30-2009, 04:20 PM   #31
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Hell you might as well drop it a few inches and throw some tints on the windows. Doesn't sound like you're one to half-ass things. Just deck that puppy out. Then when your wife shows her friends the minivan, she can say "You Od-essy this shit??" POW!

Sorry, it's a been a long day and I'm a little punchy.

On a side note, I had no idea run-flats were so expensive.
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Old 04-30-2009, 06:01 PM   #32
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Funny thread to pull me away from lurching.

I keep the klitchen pretty well clean in my house sincei do the cooking. My wife half asses the rest of the house. Seriously the other day I noticed a shadow in the corner. Serious cobwebs. I cleaned it but its got to get pretty bad for me to do something about it. I hate cleaning.

As far as cars go, it seems like the nicer the car the less time I put into it. When I was younger I kept my crap cars immaculate. I'm talkin seat covers were shampooed monthly, waxed every few weeks, smelling like cocoa butter, steering wheel covers changed out every time they got dirty. My cousin made mention of it a few days ago when he noticed how clean I'm keeping my newest truck, which is 10 years old and paid for. The truck I just turned in on lease, a 2006 Tundra, I kept a wreck from the time I bought it brand new. I've even Rain-X'ed the windshield twice and bought new floormats and a steering wheel cover for the truck!

Maybe its age though. I cleaned my wife's minivan and started shopping for some big chrome wheels for it this week as well.
Huh..? Pimpin out a Mini van....now thats hittin rock bottom. Sense you have a wife and all, kind of a waste don't ya think.....lol
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Old 04-30-2009, 06:39 PM   #33
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I like my home and ride emmaculate. A dirty environment just makes me feel like a bum.
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Old 05-01-2009, 09:43 AM   #34
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Huh..? Pimpin out a Mini van....now thats hittin rock bottom. Sense you have a wife and all, kind of a waste don't ya think.....lol

Again, I'm replacing the wheels because I can't mount non-run flat tires on the wheels from the factory because they have some kind of gel packs on the wheels (they only come on the touring model). The tires only last around 15k miles and are a little over 400 dollars/tire with installation, and only certain Honda dealers can work on them. We had a flat on vacation and it took 2 days to find a dealer in SC that could fix it. Honda ate the tow bills and the dealer that fixed it actually just sold us a wheel and tire from another van that was already installed since they couldn't actually mount up a wheel. So, I need new wheels anyway, may as well get some that look decent. I'm not getting dollar sign wheels or gold teeth, but Im looking for something shiny that fills the wheel well. I'll be saving money if I can buy a qulity tire and install it, and I do think it will look good.... different. So I don't think it's "rock bottom".

My wife plays video games and loves to go offroading with me... I think she'll get a kick out of it. I saw a black one on 81 the other day and I thought it looked great. Ours is charcoal but I think it will work.

for those who pay attention... I did get my old job back so I won't be using Schneed's tax money to pay for my big shiny rims
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Old 05-01-2009, 10:07 AM   #35
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We donate all the time...and then she just buys new clothes...and then we donate again...and she buys new clothes.
lol sounds like my wife and I. Seems like we are always hitting the clothes dumpsters. In fact I really need to go through my closet again soon and weed out some of the stuff I haven't seen in years.
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:30 PM   #36
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Just say no to chrome on minivans.
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Just say no to chrome on minivans.
Just say no to minivans period.

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I like my home and ride emmaculate. A dirty environment just makes me feel like a bum.

Who's better: a clean and poor speller, or an unorganized spelling nazi?
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Mini-vans are for some else's wife, and my molly maid. That's it. I wish i never had to see one on the road. God, they are ugly.
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Who's better: a clean and poor speller, or an unorganized spelling nazi?
I don't know, which?
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