And Charlie was supposed to be the smart one!
That engine was in my family's 1992 Chrysler minivan. That engine lasted almost 15 years...
Probably a good candidate for le-mons, actually.numbnuts240 wrote: ↑Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:58 amit's got the 3.0 sohc v6. which, according to my wikipedia research, was also used in a bunch of dsm vehicles, so parts should be relatively available. damn you making me rethink just unloading it as a beater.
That freaking V6 is one of the oldest engines in the universe. One of my favorite examples of awful engineering was the late-model Eclipse V6 with the 3.8 liter variant of that fat lazy hog sagging 100% of its iron-block flab out in front of the front axle. They're still friggin' using it outside the US.
you guys are not helping. i need to verify the e-brake works. if it does, we're going to just flat tow it to my house. it's located around the corner, but it'll be downhill to my house, so we need to be able to slow/stop it from running into the trailer hitch of my friend's truck.
Just tie an old used tire to the back of your tow vehicle, without the wheel in it I might add, and there ya go. Problem solvednumbnuts240 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 09, 2018 6:19 amyou guys are not helping. i need to verify the e-brake works. if it does, we're going to just flat tow it to my house. it's located around the corner, but it'll be downhill to my house, so we need to be able to slow/stop it from running into the trailer hitch of my friend's truck.
So no kidding, I'm from good ole Alabama where the good ideas flow as fast as the beer does, I have a friend who: not only tried to pull his truck off with another vehicle, but was successful at it... But his little Ford Ranger did about $3k worth of damage to his Jeep Cherokee when it side swiped it down the drivers side. Luckily for him he remembered to shut the door on the Jeep as he was scrambling to get out of the way of his Ranger before it ran over him and took the door off.
Nice battlestation you have there
I have always like the Evo style, and that one looks pretty freakin' sa-weet.