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Old 02-17-2009, 11:43 PM   #1
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Angry Just my luck...

So today I finally got my bike into Motorcycles Unlimited with a Uhaul I got hooked up with, and I know those guys are going to take good care of me. I was so psyched about getting my bike fixed.


I didn't have time after taking my bike over there to drop the trailer back off, so I parked in the basement of the parking garage at my work with it still on and worked an 8 hour shift.


Well... I just got to my truck and it looks like my clutch master cylinder died. Clutch pedal went straight to the floor and stuck. It was leaking a bit before this but I didn't think it was quite ready to up and die.


So now I've got a trailer which I need to return tomorrow and a broken truck. It's a good thing my girlfriend has a functioning vehicle or I'd be even more ****ed than I am now. Guess I'm gonna fix it myself tomorrow if I can find a master cylinder available at advance auto or through car-parts.com...

Does anyone else feel like they have horrible luck sometimes? It's like it just keeps raining on me.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:44 PM   #2
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Ok, nevermind. I just realized I won the auction for the lock set and tripple I need to replace on my bike off of ebay. Score!


I guess life is just a give and take, lol.
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:45 PM   #3
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It could be much much worse my friend.
Be happy for the simple things you have in life.
Either way, that is kinda crappy, best of luck to ya.

Edit: LOL ^ See, it gets better haha!
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:46 PM   #4
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It could be much much worse my friend.
Be happy for the simple things you have in life.
Either way, that is kinda crappy, best of luck to ya.
Yeah on the way home my girlfriend was treading lightly and treating me like I might snap. I told her to chill because I'm not even gonna stress about it.

We've got a decently comfortable life and I've got the funds to get it fixed... so I can't complain. Not that I *want* to spend the money, but happens.
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that's nothin I havnt been able to poo for a couple hrs now.... that my frirnd is a sh*tless feeling.
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Old 02-18-2009, 12:08 AM   #6
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are the outside the transmission on those? the fords arent and i gotta replace mine so life aint that bad. for you anyway. lol
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are the outside the transmission on those? the fords arent and i gotta replace mine so life aint that bad. for you anyway. lol
Ouch, sorry man! That's why I love Nissans. I used to work on my best friends 300zx all the time, and DIY is a piece of cake with these things.

We replaced the rear differential, transmission, clutch cylinders, ... almost everything on that thing but the engine!

Just be thankful you don't have a Volkswagen. Good luck doing anything in about a 1" space.
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cool to meet ya today mang. Motorcycles Unlimited will take care of the beast. and as for your truck. happens you can fix it
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Ouch, sorry man! That's why I love Nissans. I used to work on my best friends 300zx all the time, and DIY is a piece of cake with these things.

We replaced the rear differential, transmission, clutch cylinders, ... almost everything on that thing but the engine!

Just be thankful you don't have a Volkswagen. Good luck doing anything in about a 1" space.
lol i do have a vw i am workin on
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