“Over the summer we participated in our local fairs demolition derby. After winning the first qualifier in this car thinking it was to small for the feature we entered it in another qualifier. In the second race I manged to win again despite both tires rear tires falling off. Upon getting the news that the car was allowed to participate in the feature we got to work getting it ready. After multiple tries and getting yelled at for having a welder in the pits, thus the rims welded to the frame(which did not work) The Idea of using the rear hood, spare donut tire, another spare rim, ratchet strap, chain and lots of wire came about. The sled car was born! only to blow the right front after a few hits because the rim had to be put on backwards to avoid rubbing…. This is a true redneck repair!”
Uh yeah way to trash not only a hose but a rim. Actually the rim looks like its seen better days. So how far do you think they will make it down the road?
The submitter wrote: “My Uncle Rick has never, ever, had a vehicle that wasn’t held together with duct tape, liquid nails, wire hangers for antennas or tail pipe holders, etc, for the past 35 years that I could remember. His latest rendition on his 2000 something Durango is using duct tape to hold his rear driver’s side window up. When the tape gets beat up from the weather, he has his son hold the glass in place while he applies a fresh batch of black duct tape to the glass. After I captured this photo, I discovered a full size flat tire and rim in the rear cargo area with files from his work stacked on top! I love him, he’s a very smart man, but not when it comes to repairs! Enjoy”
Dang that is too nice of a rim to use as a hose hanger. This must be an upper class Bubba (or taken at a shop that sells rims )