I know for a fact my older son drove the car like he's driving my Suburban; back in HS days :no:kanichi said:stupid speed bumps at my old high school >.<
That's an understatement Alex :lol: ...it's more like; die :commie_baAlperovich said:ouch
So, yours is lower Brent? or just drive as bad as my boys. j/kBeeze said:mine looks alot worse!
You betcha my friend :thumbsup: ...I can drop anything that I'm doing and go for a 2K mile drive with confidence ...the car is mechanically sound!Xcaliber003 said:Glad it still drives good.
Let me tell you ee... when the Mrs and I got this for our older son two Christmas ago, he doesn't even drive it as hard as he did with the Legend :uhh: ...damn kids!eekazum said:oww dude... not good.
But your car is NOT lowered, or is it :squint:l4zy415 said:my exhaust looks like the one you posted.
Wouldn't that be nice l4zy415 :yes:l4zy415 said:I have airbags. J/p, I wish I did. lol.
You can say that again :lol:kclegend77 said:at least she is still running good though. damn kids.
eekazum said:breeze, ijust noticed on your sig... did you cut yer mudflaps? where're yer rear ones?
Brent picked up them rear mudflaps on our last junkyard run :thumbsup:Beeze said:my sedan did not come with rear ones...
Nah, not really Jerry... my fat behind just compensates every little shaved off weight under therejkurl said:thats some sweet streamlining of the undercarriage! bet is shaved off some weight also :bigok:
Believe me I would... only problem is, they'd be asking mommy for $$$ :yes: ...you've guess'd it; mommy will come running to me for $$$, it's a lose lose situation in my case :bigcry:Vic Cardenas said:Make your kid pay for headers and full exhaust.
That huge crack has NO effect to the tranny... I've look real hard down there and it seems like just a mounting point or some sort, I'll double check just in case I missed something ...thanks!legendvr said:Crack in the trasmission housing is something you should fix soon.
i suppose the younger generation (mine included) would see an aging jalopy that's been broken in and would treat it with less respect than a shiny new diamond like an imp. that said, i'd hate to see that kinda damage to either car! tell him to save up for his own vehicle to scrape into the ground!
I hear you loud and clear ee... and please, please try to come mingle with us on Sunday?!? :yes:eekazum said:i'd hate to see that kinda damage.
:rofl: wait a minute, that'd explain why my boys had some new tricks up their sleeves the last time we all went to Mammoth snowboardingTO90LEGEND said:I had a motorcycle that had some scrapes like that on it a long time ago.
You sure he didn't try to grind down a rail somewhere like on rollerblades or a skateboard? Just kind of forgot he was in a car?
That part of the trans bolts to a thick rubbery bushing/mount, that sits on the crossmember, that doesn't neccessarily hold the weight of the motor and trans when the car is sitting still (sadly I've had to remove that part plenty of times lol). but when you go over a bump the weight of the motor/trans pushes down and the crossmember helps support and balance the weight. Hence, he had to be going over a sizable bump to cause the motor/trans to push down and the crossmember being against the ground didn't give way, something had to give way and the trans bellhousing cracked. But since that part doesn't hold the weight accept over rough bumps you should be alright, I just hope the crack doesn't grow.But that would only be if you repeated what he did and scrape hard over a bump. sorry for the long post.That huge crack has NO effect to the tranny... I've look real hard down there and it seems like just a mounting point or some sort, I'll double check just in case I missed something ...thanks!