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AssBurns

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Another bent King? How bad? Got any photo's?

That's impossible though because according to the asshat I talked to at King "Our shocks don't bend".

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Yup! It’s bent! It’s probably about the same as yours was. It still cycles but my dad said it binds and causes the ass end to buck. I’ll probably help him rebuild it or he’ll have someone local do it.
The real question is whether king is gonna cover it.
Doubt it
 

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Morons, don’t realize how dangerous it is to be stopped on the side of freeway. Been almost everyday on my way home:headwall:
The 15 is sketchy because you have people going 80+ and all of a sudden the fwy stops and people that aren't looking drive off into the side of the road so they don't cream the person in front of them. Plus the drivers of crap vehicles going fast.
 

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So I have a dilemma. I have been offered a job for 12$ more a hour. Only difference is the new company doesn't offer a pension. Other then that it's the same with benefits vacation and holiday pay. Should I take it ?
 
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So I have a dilemma. I have been offered a job for 12$ more a hour. Only difference is the new company doesn't offer a pension. Other then that it's the same with benefits vacation and holiday pay. Should I take it ?
If you need the money to get your mods going....then take it. If you plan to be around for the long term, go for the company with the benefits. I did that back in the day to pay for the mods on the Tacoma.
 

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So I have a dilemma. I have been offered a job for 12$ more a hour. Only difference is the new company doesn't offer a pension. Other then that it's the same with benefits vacation and holiday pay. Should I take it ?
$12 an hour breaks down to roughly $24000 a year. Minus tax that's about $18000 take home pay.

So, unless your current company is putting 18K or more into your IRA/Pension you should accept the new offer. Then just stuff $5500 a year into a traditional IRA.
 

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