do you call them out on their inaccuracies?
if i have certain knowledge then yeah but it does depend on how receptive they are to listening... some just will continue to talk over you so i walk away and have a laugh about the arse hole with the others later when they have finally fucked off
i do this too. i think know it alls only know half of what they talk about
see im a real car expert and master craftsman so its hilarious to me when guys come into my workshop spouting stuff they saw on youtube or some daft tv resto show but if they are paying good money i know i also sometimes have to suck it up... i think its where the term 'laughing all the way to the bank' comes from
people eat it up though. i will poke holes in your superfluous thoughts
Favorite thing I have heard about comes from a story that one of my master tech instructors told. He watched a show about a car restoration. Well guy brings it back with brake problems, it has drums all around. They drive it notice yup there is a problem. Look at the brakes and says the shoes are on backwards and proceeds to flip them. All is well right? Well no they were on correctly to begin with. They road test it and say oh yeah this is so much better.
@Ice_knight ia was watchung that idiot off cout customs saying a mercedes slc fuel tank was rotton and poking holes in it with a screwdriver... i have an slc and know every single nut and bolt.. the fuel tank is internal behind the seat. it never rots and what he was doing was poking a screwdriver through the spare wheel well... problem is at the same time cars over 40 years old no longer need an inspection in the uk to be legal on the road and suddenly everyone is an expert... it is incredibly dangerous, especially as you say, with brakes.
thanks for mho
i think that would be okay if i got to say hi face to face
Thank you for the MHGirl.
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