I thought for sure you were going to post a picture of Chris! LOL!!!
That sounds like a nice service. Makes me tear up thinking about it though. I have a soft spot for man's best friend.Thanks guys. It was a nice home euthanasia service for Max. My kids were all there and then we buried him on our property. He was surrounded by people who loved him when he passed.
He is tough as nails and prides himself with not letting balls get by him...no matter the price. I teased him when he came back to the dugout about not getting the out too. He laughed and said he tried (there was a force at 3rd), but Coach Carl rushed on the field too fast. LOL!!!Hot corner is a place I NEVER wanted to play in Little League. Played mostly outfield or catcher. Sounds like you've got a tough one Larry!
I complained a lot about Kenne Bell's 500 page instruction manual, but it was incredibly detailed and the kit was complete. The maddening part was their lack of packaging things that go together, together. So random crap for step 15 was in the same bag as random crap for step 215. It added so much time to the install.Turbo kits coming along, it's all the side prep to make sure everything is clear. If it was all done for me by fatfab and all had to do was take a turbo off it would take no time at all.
The kit is I would say needs more updates instructions and better oraganising of parts that come with it. Every fastener was in the same bag, the picture to reference is not up to date.
Like spark plug wires, picture shows basically stock 6" wires. Kit came with two 3'long , two 2' long, two 18" long and two 1'. I was like wtf, did they ship wrong ones. I thought maybe remote coil, but no brackets. I email them. "Oh you run them down along valvecover to firewall and connect from underneath. No instructions, no pic, no mentioning of it. But no brackets to hold them. So order wire looms, that is now 2 days from summit.
It's a kit, but not really a bolt on.