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Needless to say, it was wonderful on my back! I can't win for losing!!

Anyhow, here's my story:

I had to change my tire on my Silverado. I got out the jack and read the directions on how to properly jack it up. I put it on the axle area between the shock and the wheel like it instructed me to. I jacked it up and removed the tire. I got the tire fixed and returned to put it back on. I jacked it up as far as it would go, and it wasn't tall enough to get my tire on there!! I had to go to my neighbors house and borrow his from his van! WTF? I followed the directions right- what is the deal with that? Has GM gotten so cheap that they can't even give a decent jack that works right? I gotta admit I'm pretty irritated by it.
 

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thats kinda funny, sorta, well not really, dont know tho, havent chaged a tire in forever,

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After a dear friend of mine was struck by a car and killed while changing a flat tire, I won't go anywhere near the task. Not unless I'm in a parking lot or somewhere far away from traffic, and on a flat, hard surface.
 
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