|Into the Trees!|
|Down the path|
|Into the sun.|
|Little Help From Mr. Screwdriver|
|Subie Needs Brakes|
I weighed my options and used a coin flip to choose the very best project to take on first. The Subaru Rear Brake Shoes!
|Hmm Brake shoes a little worn.|
|New Shoes Installed. BAMM!|
|Passenger side Now.|
|More help from Trusty Screwdriver|
|New Shoes Installed. BAM! I'm on fire!|
|Old Brake Shoes need replacing|
These brakes are a little different. And it ended up throwing a wrench into the well oiled machine I thought I was operating.
|New Shoe Installation. Repeat behind.|
|Now I "simply" have to adjust the cable. Not so simple.|
That, And the fact that I spent about three hours talking to the neighbor about cars. The O2 sensor needs to be attacked from under the car. At least that is what the YouTube videos say. To do this, I will need to jack it up higher than usual. I was going to ask for some Car Jacks, but the neighbor was using them on the three cars he is currently working on. Yadda Yadda Yadda and now it is too late in the day to attempt it. Maybe tomorrow.
In the mean time, Cheryl and I celebrated her Unofficial unofficial Race results with some Wisconsin Brewing Beer! Spotted Cow and Capitol Amber. Both are excellent!
Monday will bring the end of my Pearson Project. I'll have to see what other options I can go for. Until then, I still have a few projects to occupy my time. Hope everyone else is having a wonderful Sunday. Thanks for stopping in.