why did I HAVE TO park the 607 next to the D Special?
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    Default why did I HAVE TO park the 607 next to the D Special?

    It was like a magnet! I just had to park next to the D despite there being many other empty spaces.
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    hope the owner wasn't going to be shopping for too long

    that poor thing will have it's nose sitting on the concrete
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    I would have as well..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    hope the owner wasn't going to be shopping for too long

    that poor thing will have it's nose sitting on the concrete
    If its front spheres and height correctors are doing what they should, the car can stay up for hours on end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donat View Post
    If its front spheres and height correctors are doing what they should, the car can stay up for hours on end.
    must be a lot of worn out ones then as at FCD's they all seem to start dropping to the ground within around 1/2 hour of being parked
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    Just worn-out wallets, pugrambo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo View Post
    must be a lot of worn out ones then as at FCD's they all seem to start dropping to the ground within around 1/2 hour of being parked
    That's quite acceptable for the front of a car IMO. There's a lot of weight on that axle. Most would be down within an hour. Though strangely some of the old brake fluid cars stay up forever. I imagine it's because they dont' have power steerng draining the accumulators off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    That's quite acceptable for the front of a car IMO. There's a lot of weight on that axle. Most would be down within an hour. Though strangely some of the old brake fluid cars stay up forever. I imagine it's because they dont' have power steerng draining the accumulators off.

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    that's what i thought

    i can't ever remember a time where a D would stay up for hours
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