Originally Posted by 69 widetrack
Everything you just said is so true...even when you do your best to do everything the way it's supposed to be done. That's why I always get a kick out of guys that say "I've done it X amount of times and never had a problem"....I wish I was that lucky....anybody that says they've never had a problem either hasn't been in the trade long enough or is outright lying.
And just how screwed up can you do something that won't get out the door? I mean, "It didn't explode when I did it so it works".