: You Know It's Been a Long, Cold Winter When...



FuzzyLogic
01-25-13, 09:04 PM
You take this picture...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v219/QuicksilverG4/DSC00451.jpg

...and step back, only to realize that there's 4 times as much stuff behind the camera as there is in front of it.

Does anyone have a set of Revshift blues? We could start a chess game while we're waiting for the snow to thaw!

barrok69
01-25-13, 09:19 PM
Lol. I have a similar setup, although different parts that are starting to accumulate fast. I have the revshift blues...rook5 takes pawn9....i don't know how to play text chess.

rand49er
01-25-13, 09:58 PM
:yup:

ctsvoom
01-25-13, 11:37 PM
I'm glad I don't live where it snows but a couple times a year. Keeps the parts accumulating on the car instead of the table. Woohoo.

NCOGNITO
01-26-13, 12:22 AM
Wow Fuzzy, looks like you have quite a few weekends of work ahead of you!

I have quite a pile going and 1) I have a garage, 2) it doesn't snow hardly at all here. I guess mine boils down to laziness and procrastination!

I still need to install my Revshift blue trailing arm bushings and GeForce axle shaft - was hoping to just buy a different axle and do the shaft swap ahead of time so I can swap entire passenger axles and keep the stocker as a spare. Snoozed on buying NIKDSC5s that he had up for sale.

I have had a PA15-VETTE for 6 weeks and haven't installed it since I want to pull the stock sub and do an under mount sub box at the same time. Thankfully my V sees infrequent trips longer than 15 minutes one way and I can live with the CD changer for now.

I blame work and me just being lazy!

mberisha
01-26-13, 09:16 PM
You take this picture...

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v219/QuicksilverG4/DSC00451.jpg

...and step back, only to realize that there's 4 times as much stuff behind the camera as there is in front of it.

Does anyone have a set of Revshift blues? We could start a chess game while we're waiting for the snow to thaw!

You are going to have some fun!

However....not sure what you mean about the snow...it was 65 and sunny today! :hmm:

SevillianSTS
01-26-13, 11:13 PM
Oh man... those POR-15 boxes bringing back some memories...

BTW... I've got the blue "set" lol, with some RED cradle bushings on the way. (took your word on the red's) :)

Too bad we don't live closer.

FuzzyLogic
01-27-13, 12:14 AM
Oh man... those POR-15 boxes bringing back some memories...

BTW... I've got the blue "set" lol, with some RED cradle bushings on the way. (took your word on the red's) :)

Too bad we don't live closer.

I hear you on that. I used to live in the NW suburbs of Chicago, until I moved out here for my first job. Way back during highschool, me and my buddies used to to do road trips to Hobart, IN to play tactical paintball at Blast Camp. Small world!

ahahnu
01-29-13, 11:45 PM
What are all the bushings (red) for?

FuzzyLogic
01-30-13, 12:03 AM
What are all the bushings (red) for?

Is that a serious question?

ahahnu
01-30-13, 10:08 AM
Yea unfortunately it is. I need knuckle and rear control arm bushings. I don't have time to scour the forum like I used to. Hardly come on here anymore. It's a much different place then 5-6 years ago. I had hoped by asking the question it could help find an easy answer. Shoulda known better.

HAMSTAR
01-30-13, 10:13 AM
Those are revshift bushings. They are working towards quality poly for almost all bushings in varying hardness for our cars. People are very happy with their products. Check out their website.


Yea unfortunately it is. I need knuckle and rear control arm bushings. I don't have time to scour the forum like I used to. Hardly come on here anymore. It's a much different place then 5-6 years ago. I had hoped by asking the question it could help find an easy answer. Shoulda known better.

FuzzyLogic
01-30-13, 10:25 AM
Yea unfortunately it is. I need knuckle and rear control arm bushings. I don't have time to scour the forum like I used to. Hardly come on here anymore. It's a much different place then 5-6 years ago. I had hoped by asking the question it could help find an easy answer. Shoulda known better.

What a snide comment.

ahahnu
01-30-13, 10:27 AM
Is that a serious question? So is this. Ha.

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Those are revshift bushings. They are working towards quality poly for almost all bushings in varying hardness for our cars. People are very happy with their products. Check out their website. Thanks I will check them out.

darkman
01-30-13, 10:32 AM
Yea unfortunately it is. I need knuckle and rear control arm bushings. I don't have time to scour the forum like I used to. Hardly come on here anymore. It's a much different place then 5-6 years ago. I had hoped by asking the question it could help find an easy answer. Shoulda known better.

Yeah, in the old days we would at least look at your post count before giving you a smartass answer - but not any more.


See also:
http://turninconcepts.com/index.php?cPath=1565_1566&osCsid=li49u9mfhhjauqsbboa8p675u4

ahahnu
01-30-13, 10:38 AM
Yeah, in the old days we would at least look at your post count before giving you a smartass answer - but not any more.


See also:
http://turninconcepts.com/index.php?cPath=1565_1566&osCsid=li49u9mfhhjauqsbboa8p675u4 Or date of join...

FuzzyLogic
01-30-13, 11:25 AM
Yeah, in the old days we would at least look at your post count before giving you a smartass answer - but not any more.


See also:
http://turninconcepts.com/index.php?cPath=1565_1566&osCsid=li49u9mfhhjauqsbboa8p675u4

You're wrong. It was a question asked in earnest, predicated on the fact that you can find Revshift, TurninConcepts, and Creative Steel in the first 6-7 results that you receive by typing "CTS-V Bushing" into Google. Want a hint regarding the brand? Here you go--they're the only not black bushings. It doesn't get more straightforward than that.

I assumed that he was joking, never once considering that someone would want this big of a baby spoon. Post count means nothing to me. Five insightful build threads > 10,000 "feed me" posts.

HAMSTAR
01-30-13, 01:30 PM
Fuzzy, you're spending too much time with other engineers. There's a reason they are almost all neck-bearded loners in their 40s. Reform now or resign yourself to the same fate.

rand49er
01-30-13, 02:24 PM
You're wrong. It was a question asked in earnest, predicated on the fact that you can find Revshift, TurninConcepts, and Creative Steel in the first 6-7 results that you receive by typing "CTS-V Bushing" into Google. Want a hint regarding the brand? Here you go--they're the only not black bushings. It doesn't get more straightforward than that.

I assumed that he was joking, never once considering that someone would want this big of a baby spoon. Post count means nothing to me. Five insightful build threads > 10,000 "feed me" posts.Fuzzy's getting mod constipation. I sympathize ... I've been there ... especially at this time of year.

It's a seasonal kind of thing.

FuzzyLogic
01-30-13, 02:49 PM
Fuzzy, you're spending too much time with other engineers. There's a reason they are almost all neck-bearded loners in their 40s. Reform now or resign yourself to the same fate.

Not only is that patently offensive, it's completely incorrect. Your post had been reported to the moderating team.

HAMSTAR
01-30-13, 02:59 PM
Is that some kind of attempt at meta-humor? If so, then you got me. You know I was joking, right?

odthetruth
01-30-13, 04:55 PM
LOL A useless thread into reported posts? I'll just close this up then.