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How not to change a tire...VDUB style

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Yes thats a sawzall. The link explains it lol.


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Re: How not to change a tire...VDUB style

Oh and another how not to change a tire, on a Lincon this time:

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Wash. state man uses shotgun to loosen lug nut; effort does not go well

SOUTHWORTH, Wash. - A man trying to loosen a stubborn lug nut blasted the wheel with a 12-gauge shotgun, injuring himself badly in both legs, sheriff's deputies said.

The 66-year-old man had been repairing a Lincoln Continental for two weeks at his home in Kitsap County northwest of Southworth, about 10 miles southwest of Seattle, and had gotten all but one of the lug nuts off the right rear wheel by Saturday afternoon, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said.

"He's bound and determined to get that lug nut off," Wilson said.

From about arm's length, the man fired the shotgun at the wheel and was "peppered" in both legs with buckshot and debris, with some injuries as high as his chin, according to a sheriff's office report.

"Nobody else was there, and he wasn't intoxicated," Wilson said.

The man was taken to Tacoma General Hospital with injuries Wilson described as severe but not life-threatening.

The deputies did not take a statement from the man beyond what they were able to gather while he was being treated by medics, The Kitsap Sun reported on its Web site.

"I don't think he was in any condition to say anything," Wilson said, according to The Sun. "The pain was so severe, and the shock."

It was not immediately clear whether the shotgun blast loosened the lug nut.

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Re: How not to change a tire...VDUB style

[quote author=Eternal link=topic=161739.msg3433922#msg3433922 date=1259388501]
Oh and another how not to change a tire, on a Lincon this time:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21758302

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Wash. state man uses shotgun to loosen lug nut; effort does not go well

SOUTHWORTH, Wash. - A man trying to loosen a stubborn lug nut blasted the wheel with a 12-gauge shotgun, injuring himself badly in both legs, sheriff's deputies said.

The 66-year-old man had been repairing a Lincoln Continental for two weeks at his home in Kitsap County northwest of Southworth, about 10 miles southwest of Seattle, and had gotten all but one of the lug nuts off the right rear wheel by Saturday afternoon, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said.

"He's bound and determined to get that lug nut off," Wilson said.

From about arm's length, the man fired the shotgun at the wheel and was "peppered" in both legs with buckshot and debris, with some injuries as high as his chin, according to a sheriff's office report.

"Nobody else was there, and he wasn't intoxicated," Wilson said.

The man was taken to Tacoma General Hospital with injuries Wilson described as severe but not life-threatening.

The deputies did not take a statement from the man beyond what they were able to gather while he was being treated by medics, The Kitsap Sun reported on its Web site.

"I don't think he was in any condition to say anything," Wilson said, according to The Sun. "The pain was so severe, and the shock."

It was not immediately clear whether the shotgun blast loosened the lug nut.

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well that was his first problem, you don't use a 12 gauge to blow off a lug, you use a 9mm.......amateur

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It was not immediately clear whether the shotgun blast loosened the lug nut.

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[quote author=Eternal link=topic=161739.msg3433922#msg3433922 date=1259388501]

It was not immediately clear whether the shotgun blast loosened the lug nut.

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there is no way to describe how hard I laughed when I read that.
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I was reading through wondering how it turned out then read that last line and laughed too.

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I was on the phone when I first saw this and I couldnt stop laughing for the life of me!! The person on the other line was like wtf is so funny and I couldnt tell her cause I was in tears from laughing so hard! This has got to be the best story of all time!


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wow that sawzall... [facepalm]

and the shotty...

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The sawzall kills me. The waste of time and money, the rim and all. Whyw ould someone not take it somewhere to hae it removed? The other pictures are even better!!

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