and if you read what you quoted in your post, you will see that you are
again wrong, and again I am rite. you posted a site for a brake lathe, not a
car lathe. just what is a car lathe?? is that what you use to turn a chebby
now your babbling
if i were u i would quit before u look completely tarded
even the makers call it an on car lathe
The new trolley adds a whole new dimension to machining rotors with
the on-car lathe. The increased stability and ability to rotate the
lathe easily while retaining balance, speeds up machining operations
and increases machining precision. And the adjustable poser screw
simplifies use on drive-on lifts. The trolley makes rotor machining on
the vehicle easier and more profitable," said Jeff Hastings, president
of Pro-Cut International.
An on car brake lathe turns rotors onthe car. Was a lifesaver on
vehicles where the rotor was "inside" the hub, requiring dissassembly
of the bearing assembly to change the rotor. This setup is virtually
extinct now (thankfully) so the advantage of the on-car brake lathe is
pretty well non-existant today.
On first generation Tercels, they were a life-saver, because even new
rotors, freshly installed, were often out enough to be noticeable -
and required machining. Could NEVER get a true surface turned off-car.
hurky-jerky left out a very important hyphen between words 7 and 8,
that would have made it much easier to understand his babbling:
I think it's because his mommy traumatized him by threatening to cut
off his peepee if he didn't stop playing with it in public, so now he's
been conditioned not to touch anything that even looks like it and
since the hyphen is probably the same size as his peepee, well......
And this certification you are always preaching about means?????
Remeber 50%of all doctors in the world, graduated in the bottom half of
their class. Your piece of paper makes you neither knowledgeable nor well
Between all of my efforts, I have enough certifications to paper your lube
bay twice over with enough left for a good sized area rug. It has nothing to
do with paper... it is talent, attention to detail, experience and a host of
other attributes...... amongst them, enjoying what it is we do. If we do not
enjoy our tasks, how on earth will we ever do them well (you do not appear
to enjoy what it is you do).
Personally, I have a large, loyal customer base..... I am well treated and
well received by management..... even to the point where my 30th anniversary
as a journeyman was commemorated last Friday with a small banquet and a
hurc, you're no better than the rest of us..... deal with it.
yup rite jimbo
thats why you work in slave lake lmfao
and all they gave ya was a 20 dollar dinner and a 10 dollar plaque
that prooves you are a TARD
why dont you RETIRE
i know you will come up with a reason like you like to work
put your money where your mouth is
work for free if u enjoy working
i am better than you
look at all your comebacks
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