No, only person I've noticed was the guy with down sendrom, he stopped to check on me when I picked up a piece of metal in the palm of my hand, not many stop to talk to me.
Just look for the White Ford ext passenger van with blacked out windows looking much like a gov vehicle in the handicap parking spots out front. I try not to get out much around the public, I find many just **** me off.
I worked as a meat cutter in training at the Kroger in Smyrna when new for a short period, leaving home caused me to quit. I sure have some stories about that place, me and a meat cutter named Mike had a good time there.
Coil spacers are easy to install under the coild in a Bronco II, my practice was when I pulled the coils from my E-350 3 years ago and installed the bags in them. I put an add a leaf in my 92 Dakota back before I got my first van, then put 1" blocks in the rear of that van, got down on the ground and put a reciever hitch under it. I pulled the axle shaft out of the rear of the E-350, removed the hub, replacing the seal and repacking the bearings.
I think I'll be looking at replacing the coils on the Bronco II, seems to be sinking back down, worn out I guess, I'll find out when my camber bushings come in and I install them.
I have one of those rare women that doesn't mind crawling around on a vehicle turning wrenches either, I had a dirty pic of her when she came in from replacing a water pump, lost it, sure was funny since she was greasy and her hair was frizzed. She took a pic of me leaned over pulling something, I didn't put it on the net since I'm about to fall out of the chair on my head and my underware is showing.
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