Yep, you could say I've got a hitch in my 'git along! :histericaBajasteve said:I think there is some kind of hitch in what your saying!
I have the same problem with the hitch I have mounted. (Dauntless)RonKMiller said:Yep, you could say I've got a hitch in my 'git along! :histerica
(and that Hitch Doc sonomabeach needs to be removed in order to change the rear tire, which is a major PITA...)
Ron, that is not ghetto. If you had used duct tape or electrical tape THAT would be ghetto.RonKMiller said:We don't need no steenking drop table lift! :rotf:
(My Momma always said she didn't raise no good lookin' boys - but we ain't stoopid!)
hschisler said:I dunno, Ron. I've seen some of the other stuff you've done and I'm not sure this qualifies as a "ghetto mod". It actually makes a little sense... or maybe I'm starting to see the method to your madness in these things.
On a related note: I hope you have a similar setup on the other side of those blocks, to tie them together. Without it those blocks will want to fold toward the hitch. That would not be a good thing.
Garry has a 1600GTL, you should have seen what we did at CCR to get the rear wheel off to do the final drive oil change. It involved 2x6s and muscle. You have to remove the wheel to get to the FD filler plug. Didn't BMW learn anything?deputy5211 said:What chu talkin' 'bout, Willis... I mean Garry?
I have a Dauntless hitch and have not yet had to remove it to remove/install the rear wheel. I have an '05, but do not know whether that makes a difference.