Ill get better pics of the torque boxes soon.I'm interested in seeing the pad impression and where they are located, I think I know what happened but that depends on the location
See post above. I would love to hear your theory but if you would like to wait for better torque box pics, that’s cool.I hope they go back and fix what was damaged and not try to get out of it.
I never have either. I’ll do my best to bend it back pretty, but I just don’t have it in anytime soon. Honestly, my emotions were overwhelmed taking the simple pictures I did. I’m just a wreck right now and I miss my friend and I feel like I’ve dishonored him. ing pity party bullsht. I gotta check out for awhile y’all. I’m sorry.Yeah. I've never jacked mine up on the pinch welds. They will fold right back down for that part of it. Sometimes when putting on jacking rails you have to bend those back to 90 degrees before installing.
I never have either. I’ll do my best to bend it back pretty, but I just don’t have it in anytime soon. Honestly, my emotions were overwhelmed taking the simple pictures I did. I’m just a wreck right now and I miss my friend and I feel like I’ve dishonored him. ing pity party bullsht. I gotta check out for awhile y’all. I’m sorry.
and after all that, I will still want retribution. Also coming from a former soldier...My .02 here from one who served also. I am sure that your battle buddy there would understand. You are looking into what happened, you have taken action with confronting the situation at the shop and reaching out here for help. You may take a step back and once you are ready, you are going to turn a wrench on it and get it back into working order. It will have scars, but we all do. It will see more injury, we all will. You will look back and smile that YOU took back control and pressed on as we soldiers all do.
That Avatar to the left is the White Falcon, Simple Google search will fill in the rest. The spirit that resides in this particular Mustang is one of moving forward. From what you have shared already about it shows the care you have always had for him and this joint symbol of camaraderie you shared. I would usually throw in a joke here about that Misguided Child flag but not in this case. I may joke with you about at some later time. Here, I see a Brother who needs to see another who has traversed that same mental minefield in losing a man who means more than words can say. I carry a few tags with me (physically and mentally) of fallen who I brought home other than I ever wanted to.
When you get right in your head again. Don't think of this situation as a failure because of what some asshat did. It is in fact an opportunity once again to get you hands on the Mustang and work in a meaningful manner. If possible, maybe you will bring another into the fold here (like the daughter you spoke of) and share some stories of the good times you had with Capt. Ron.
We are never "Former".
We are never "Forgotten".
We are Soldiers.
We Drive On
You Have Love out here my Brother In Arms.