its always hyd not wyd :(
If you're gonna fvck up, fvck up so bad that people wonder how you did it
@Bird on a Rock, how DID they do it?!
@Bird on a Rock, accurate commentary is love, Accurate commentary is life
@Bird on a Rock, I think in this case, they're gonna be more worried about how you're gonna pay for the damages.
@a shiny haunter, looks like they had the body disconnected from the frame to paint the frame. Then probably got hung up while trying to lift the body off.
@Bird on a Rock, looks to me like they lifted it by the body instead of the frame which cause the 2 to separate
@a shiny haunter, from what I found, the mechanic was going to lift the Tahoe back up in the air so he put a few bolts back in the frame to "secure" it, but the lift wasn't on the frame properly, and slipped, causing said accident. No one was hurt.
The customer was promptly brought to the car lot to pick out a new car because of this, and it was the second time he brought his SUV to the shop
@YouThisReadWrong, dang son, was he fired
@a shiny haunter, I think so, honestly can't remember the full story, it was on Facebook when I saw it.
@YouThisReadWrong, also, I did this read wrong
@a shiny haunter, :) chalk another one up
@YouThisReadWrong, you monster! Please continue
@GunSupporter, painting frames is not a thing unless your restoring old vehicle or full on custom vehicles.
And the cost would be immense for no real benefit or noticeable improvement.
Definitely not on becky' s pumpkin spice latte getter.
Autobots roll out
*tries to roll out
Don't worry captain, we'll buff out those scratches.
When Valvoline tells you to stay in your car while they work on it
It was like that when you brought it in.
The story goes the customer wanted to transfer the shell of his SUV to a new frame. The dealership said yes and everything was going except the guy who bolted the shell to the frame left them hand tight. As the car was moving up the lift it got snagged and the barely threaded bolts ripped out and well you see the after math. Dealership ended up giving the customer a brand new vehicle off the lot.
Looks like a broken tail light is the main issue here
@Bethere2soon, possibly a squeaky belt too
@a shiny haunter, those seat belts can be tricky
@Bethere2soon, I didn't even think of that! I was worried about the belt-driven fan for the radiator or the belt running the AC compressor.
@a shiny haunter, I don't see any indications of mechanic-al malfunctions
@Bethere2soon, that the trick though, is that the belts wouldn't look bad but you'd hear them
@a shiny haunter, ah, phone was on vibrate
Make sense if it was a Jeep.
Ah its just a scratch
Is this hot wheels?
Oil leak. Won't be too hard to fix.
One does not simply paint prep without tearing a car in half.
Tahoe: IKEA Edition.
Well there's your problem.
Sh1t man, I found the problem with ur suv
That's the bottom of the vehicle too...
Well, at least it's in paint prep
I found the problem...
At least there's a spare tyre