Had about the worst experience one could have with my o2 sensor. First, getting the bad one out was disasterous. I didn't have a torch cause my dad was at work, so I muscled it off. Well, I guess my brand new y-pipe and o2 sensor had such a good time together, they didn't want to get separated. After all was said and done, there were no threads left in the bung for the sensor, almost. There were a few threads at the bottom of it, so I ended up cutting the top of the bung off with a sawzall and a ****ty blade to get to the threads at the bottom. I kept telling myself there IS some way this will get completely fubar'd. But to my suprise, it ****ing worked. Then I had to go through the pain in the *** process of trying to plug the damn thing in. So that was my fun for today.
[B]94 Grand Cherokee 5.2[/B] [SIZE="1"]33in. Federal Couragia M/T's on Procomp Steelies, np231 swap, IRO Hack n Tap SYE, Carolina Driveshaft, 4.5 in. lift, RE front upper/rear lower ca's, RC front lowers, Ironman rear uppers, IRO 4.5 coils in rear, 3.5 and 2" bb (no isolators) in front, Bilstein 5100's, Clayton/JKS adj. track bars, KOR rad support and SS, Magnaflow/Flowmaster exhaust, clear corners, custom light bar w/ Hella 500's[/SIZE]
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[QUOTE=elcorvino;14544406]Yea... It's kind of like the fat chick who lives around the corner. You aren't trying to get caught with her, but you know she'd be a good time.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=ScottD16;14460352]I had a dream my entire family was attacked by a giant polar bear. The crazy part was he attacked us with a giant spoon. Best dream ever.[/QUOTE]