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/o/ please, please help this imbecile. So I was driving my Toyota Camry 1997 when I notice the low oil pressure indicator flickering. I was kind busy so I ignore it for some days. Today, I was driving it again and the indicator went bright red and not flickering anymore. Also, my car auto stopped. Being so close to home and being an imbecile, I decided to drive home anyway. After I went home I check the dipstick and notice that the oil level is extremely low.
Did I fuck up my engine, /o/? I am at home now and thinking to tow my care to the nearly auto service tomorrow. I am so scare of turning on the engine right now. Did I really really fuck up my engine?
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Well This is probably up there with the saddest/most horrible day of my life. call me a pussy privileged child i don't care
>car parked on street
>dad trying to back out of driveway very fast
>totals my car.
damage to the pillar of the car 4 thousand dollars, both doors ruined.
This car was more than just a possesion to me, It's all I ever talked about read about and thought about. I owned it for 2 years and did many mods and maintenance, bigger turbo, 3" exhaust from downpipe back, ecu chips, waxed it every week.
fuck my life
>inb4 it was just an old volvo
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I need a new welder, I've finally decided to retire my $80 Chicago Electric flux core unit. The wire feed system is starting to fail, and I can't turn down the heat enough to do anything thin gauge. Not to mention the general messy welds of a flux core system.
I'm looking for mig, or specifically a flux core kit I can convert to mig. It'll probably end up just being 110v, I'll pick up something more powerful when I need it.
Everyone around here uses Lincoln Electric. I was trained on a full range of Lincoln Electric welders at school, and I'm more then happy with them. They are also the most expensive I've found.
I'm looking for a good quality unit that will preferably last me 20 years. I know I could get what I want with Lincoln electric, but I'm wondering if there are other brands out there.
What brand do you use, how often do you use it (what's your skill level), and would you recommend it?