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well things keep getting better and better....

thought id finally take my car down today to get some secondhand front tyres and a wheel alignment so the car would be pretty much ready for sale.

*sigh*

no such luck...

they took the rims off and one of them is cracked... the other buckled, which is why the steeringwheel shook so much, not the alignment.

so one rim is not reparable... the other is a waste of time... so back on go the stockies with enough tread to get a roadie so i can sell it.

getting rid of it for sure now... had enough.

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sorry to hear that... when i sold my last car everything seemed to go wrong just b4 i sold it... i cost me more to make it ready for sale then what i ended up getting for the car...

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man what a **** tard....

he tells me all this and then he puts the secondhand tyres on them anyway!

so he charged me 200 more than what it should have been... why would i want second hand tyres on a pair of rims that are ****ed?

i cant be bothered going back down there right now cause ive spent the last 2 or 3 hours there!

i'll just ring him and ask him if i can doit on monday.

ash - the stockies look shite under the GTR guards.... they sit in too far...

now my car looks like a wanna be drifter with the 17s on the back and the 16s on the front.

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well this just gets batter and better...

i just rang the **** knuckle up and he wont take the tyres back...

he claims he asked me what i wanted to do with the wheels and tyres and i just said "chuck em in the boot" which i did say... but he didnt say they had their ****ing tyres on em.

now the cun! wont take them back.

if ur in the SE Burbs and want tyres or wheels dont go to ********** ***** they're a bunch of fu(ktards...

the only good thing to come out of this i spose is that my wheels were at least ligned properly.

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LOL bill...

well i guess this means i wont be coming on the cruise tomorow... cause i aint got enough cash... they will have to feel the wraith of my aunty and her lawyer type cut throatness... i have a feeling i will be getting my money back :P

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LOL bill...

well i guess this means i wont be coming on the cruise tomorow... cause i aint got enough cash... they will have to feel the wraith of my aunty and her lawyer type cut throatness... i have a feeling i will be getting my money back :P

where and when is the cruise tomorrow?

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