Royal Smart Person
- Jul 23, 2018
I browsed the internet so much and all the forums I read.....
Somebody stole my loader this morning, was gonna bring it back in a couple hours. It's now been 9. I was supposed to stay a couple hours overtime to do some work in the yard with the loader, so instead, I'm going to go resurrect a 68ish Toronado that's been abandoned here for who knows how many years. If it starts, and I can get papers for it, I may just be stupid enough to drive it home (2600km)
So of course my question is how did ships hold wood get through the oil pan?So we've had this transport truck stuck in our warehouse yard for a few days after getting a piece of 4x4 dunnage through the oil pan (I know, right?) So last night, when their mechanic fell through, I went with one of our mechanics and laid in the rain and mud for a couple hours and got 'er done. Toronado will have to wait til another day.
Drove over the dunnage that was hidden under mud, it cantilevered up and wedged between the axle and the composite oil pan, but was still stuck in the mud as they moved ahead. Broke the 4x4 in half and basically took out the entire back of the sump.So of course my question is how did ships hold wood get through the oil pan?
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