Re: [DML] "Professional" Mechanics
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Re: [DML] "Professional" Mechanics



I had a similar problem.  I had some tires changed at a local shop that 
shall remain Sears (real simple, right?)  A few months later, I packed the 
car up and moved to Florida.  Didn't have a whole lot of time to drive it 
between the next few months, and when I finally did, I had a flat tire. When 
I tried to get the tire off, no luck. Stripped off the lugnut sheath.  So I 
took it to a friend of mine who had an airgun, and same thing. They wouldn't 
move.  So I took it to a local tire shop who tried so hard to get them off 
that they finally stopped because they were afraid the posts were going to 
break. We ended up having to cut them off with a torch and replace all 
around.  I would love to find the guy at sears who did that and ask him WHAT 
THE HELL WERE YOU THINKING? 






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