Nothing was changing so it's more like pain management at this point. Electric bolt cutters and taking it easy mostly. Going slower so I don't have any jerking going on at my left shoulder/clavicle. Automatic truck so I can keep both hands on the wheel at all times (they got rid of all the manuals anyway) and use my right to ease up on the left. Adaptation really.Glad you made it back to work, I’m hoping to be back at it by March 1 at the latest.
Are you going to drop the pan and change the fluid and filter first?Put three new solenoids on the Honda transmission. Didn't help for squat. Ordered a Honda Service Manual. Looks like I'm doing a rebuild. That's alright though at least the overhaul will have new solenoids whether it really needed them or not.
Oh and I got new hubcaps to replace the ratty broken OEM ones. The new cheap eBay specials are so thin, one cracked while I tapped it on with my fist. I doubt they're coming off again in one piece. 🙄 But they look more decent than the beat up originals.
Try to ignore the mud. We're soaked right now. I don't have it tagged or insured to run it to the wash, and it wouldn't do any good for long anyway.
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That's never stopped me. I drove my Buick for 6 years with expired tags.I don't have it tagged or insured to run it to the wash
Not having a plate is kind of an obvious one for the cops.That's never stopped me. I drove my Buick for 6 years with expired tags.
My Ranger's plates expired in 2009 and hasn't had insurance in just as long but it didn't stop me from driving it about 10 miles this morning just to flush out the fuel system. It's called not giving a ****.
That's way worse than no plate.So put a plate from one of your other lawn decorations on it...
Our plates don't say on them what they're for but the cops can run 'em and it'll come back as a mismatch, even on trailers. The VIN, brand, type and GVWR and everything are on there.That's way worse than no plate.
Except I do it with my trailers.
They're all registered as "utility trailer under 5k GVWR" or something, so a cop wouldn't know anyway. None of them have data plates with VIN numbers on them.
In Illinois all the information the state has is what's on the title.Our plates don't say on them what they're for but the cops can run 'em and it'll come back as a mismatch, even on trailers. The VIN, brand, type and GVWR and everything are on there.
You gotta get caught first but my luck doesn't hold. It's not worth it.
In Illinois if you manage to go a year with expired tags, you can then receive a ticket and break even. Every additional year without a ticket saves you $98PA is pretty similar. A trailer plate is a trailer plate and they all appear the same but as soon as a cop runs the data they'll see what that particular plate is registered to.
Some people don't care and they'll keep moving the tag around from trailer to trailer but the fees are so low and the fines pretty high that I'd rather be legit.
Plus swapping them out is a PITA. I'd rather just hook and go.