They've also used the Jeep DJ, and at least in this area a whole lot of Bronco IIs. Pretty much none of the former and few of the latter still in use. I've also seen more than one Scooby in mail service, but I don't know if they were just contractors. » 2/27/15 3:08pm Yesterday 3:08pm

Innovative design delivers air to the book lung and spiracles, where it fuels the cell energy process in thousands upon thousands of muscle fibers. We were fools to create a giant spider that looked like a Toyota - FOOLS! » 2/27/15 2:43pm Yesterday 2:43pm

In future, art historians will dispute this piece's authenticity, as it contains no donk wheels of any kind, nor kidneyless BMWs. Eventually, they'll decide it *is* a real Tohru, but from your experimental phase. » 2/27/15 2:39pm Yesterday 2:39pm

Could do pretty well. Most slant-style single cyls hold up very nicely - given that I can't quite tell if this is a Honda GX (looks like it is), I can't say much more, but if it is (with some badging), it's a truly excellent engine. I've known ones in rental use with many hundreds upon hundreds of hours. » 2/27/15 10:55am Yesterday 10:55am

You probably don't really *need* anything beyond a two-ton floor jack and two-ton jack stands, but in my experience three-ton of each leaves you feeling better assured. Generally the two to three-ton jump gets you a more solid-feeling product. » 2/27/15 10:30am Yesterday 10:30am

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