• ACARS WEAKEST I
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    • Not the nut i bust in my gas tank?
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    • Sharena 20 jun
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    • my brain said "a cat's weakest part is the nut"
      Kasagure 20 jun
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    • Wrong. Pulling a steering wheel can be mf difficult
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    • Unless its a Ford, then just throw the whole car away
      Jeebuz 20 jun
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    • Unless it’s a Subaru, then it’s the head gasket
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    • A couple of years ago I got fired from a shitty little tech support job for telling a customer that "an error occurred between the keyboard and the chair"... worth it...
      zerosober 20 jun
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    • Completely false for most cars, as a mechanic I would know.
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    • Unless it’s a ford pinto
      TheSpoi 21 jun
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    • which nut though there are 2
      holock 20 jun
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    • Instructions unclear. Nutted on the steering wheel.
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    • Not true, if it’s a German NEIN NEIN NEIN car, it’s the whole damn car
      Audi_R8 21 jun
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    • Nah It's the person behind the wheel
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    • Not the tires? Or the windows? Or the wipers?
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    • How'd they know I drive with my cock'n'balls
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    • If you ever had to replace clock spring you will know that damn nut will not come out easy.
      2rawwww 20 jun
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    • If you’re using fire something tells me there is something very flammable that is much more vulnerable
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    • Never call me a nut or weak ever again
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    • The problem with engineering is that it’s not designed with humans as part of the system. When analyzing car crashes, investigators will stop when they discover it was “human error” when the brakes fail we don’t just stop at “brakes error” and call it a day. A human is part of the system. Fix that.
      Milk_Gang 20 jun
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    • Alright who came in my pants
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    • It’s even weaker when busting a nut.
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    • A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel coming out of the back of his pants, the bar tender says "hey you have a wheel coming out of your pants" and the pirate says "arrr, it's driving me nuts"
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    • Did someone say NUT?
      Lick 20 jun
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    • Unless it’s a Chrysler
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    • No it is not, it is a pain and a half to get off and still the stearing wheel still wont come off without a puller
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    • The weakest part on any car if we're not talking wires and plastics and interior is definitely brake or fuel lines. I can rip those off my with bare hands.
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    • Please don't put your nut on the steering wheel
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    • What was the worst mechanical failure you ever experienced and how did you deal with it?
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    • Spin it
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    • I thought it meant the nut that attached to the bolt 😂
      derkblu27 21 jun
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    • Nuts*
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    • Funny...my steering wheel is one of the only things that work on my car
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    • Probably the windows but ok.
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    • Just like my cum🤫
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    • The person driving is the nut. Clearly y’all missed tha
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    • I think the joke blew past most of y’all heads
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    • I worked at a steering column production plant and that “nut” is BIG and tested before even being sent to the Main Car assembly line.
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    • Naw, it’s my turbo underboost
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    • Its astonishing to see how many people don't get it.
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    • Working on a Jeep Liberty rn that someone sabotaged by tossing a machine screw down into the throttle body. Blew a head gasket.
      JayVidaem 22 jun
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    • I’m pretty sure Elon Musk once said in an interview, when discussing the “non essential” parts of cars he wanted to remove to make them cheaper, that a couple of parts from that list were brake/gas pedals and the wheel. People are the non-essential parts to him. Not wrong haha
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    • Y’all got WHOOSHed. Doesn’t matter what type of car, it just takes one stupid driver to total it
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    • I like to think it's the little clip holding your axle in
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    • Not if it’s a ford. The whole vehicle is a weak point
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    • Then don't nut in the steering wheel
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    • Unless you're talking about the head gaskets on my freshly turbo'd 250,000 mile 1995 Honda civic ex
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    • Unless it's a Ford.. then it's the whole vehicle
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    • Oooooooohhhh THAT nut. I get it now.
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    • Thats why we ask Jesus to take the wheel so that aint a problem no more
      Ericnoon 22 jun
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    • So by nut, you mean the physical part, or the idiot behind the wheel?
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    • Radiator fins
      T0X_L33T 22 jun
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    • I was at northern tool and a guy came in frantic saying he filled his 2020 diesel loaner with gas lol.
      pdogg911 22 jun
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    • The windows*
      rdoz 21 jun
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    • ID-10T error
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    • Nothing personal but i feel this reaction meme is just being over used at this point
      Yaaaaaas 21 jun
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    • Nah definitely a CV transmission
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    • Reaction image that’s not needed
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    • This is funny because they aren't really referring to a nut that you would find in a hardware store. The driver is the nut in this scenario.
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    • Who glues their steering wheel on with cum
      69MCougar 21 jun
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    • No trust me, I have a glass transmission and transfer case
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    • And my car has a really loose wheel
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    • Guys, r u dum. Nut, as in they are insulting the driver. It’s a joke
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    • The "nut" holding the wheel is the driver.
      chitoman 21 jun
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    • Evos are red. Subies are blue. JDM cars make my heart go STUSTUSTUSTU.
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    • Not the gas I bust in the nut tank
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    • Y'all drive without pants on? Disgusting
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    • Actually that is not true the nut is on tight it's the shaft that the nut goes on and the shaft, column ECT is long and hard
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    • Hmmmm wondering if I’m being called a nut or if my steering wheel is missing because of that
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    • Well tighten it up then retard
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    • Nope it’s definitely the door handles I’ve ripped 3 of them off the door with out even trying
      Moordok 21 jun
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    • CarFriend is this true
      eddro96 20 jun
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    • You can stab the nut behind the wheel, every other nut in the car is too hard for a knife to penetrate
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    • Splined
      Chadman 20 jun
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    • False I rebuild corvair and let me tell ya I am stronger than a good number of those parts
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    • The bearing?
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    • You can literally just put the steering wheel back in and turn just fine without the nut -GM Tech
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    • Has anyone every busted a nut in their gas tank?
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    • Or maybe it's my piston being held in by duct tape
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    • I have a bumper sticker that says this.
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    • Not actually. Plus if the nut is lost or comes loose the wheel is pressed on the steering column. Which is why you need a puller tool to remove it.
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    • This post made by the “never had to pull the steering wheel off” gang
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    • Pretty sure the weakest part of mine is the center console. It’s not even attached and just falls off.
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    • Unless it’s a BMW, then it’s just every gasket under the hood
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    • There are 3, bud. Also, engineering class specifically teaches you how to design for optimal properties in a number of workpieces, including the optimal bolt size, tpi, thread profile, thread pitch, etc etc
      Kewlosh 20 jun
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    • A weapons greatest weakness is the one who uses it
      ZOAX 20 jun
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    • Bro Elon is fixing it asap
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    • I’d say it’s the driveshaft or brakes
      Magnus267 20 jun
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    • I’m pretty sure the gas cap cover is the weakest
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    • Nope. Brake lines
      Wothanar 20 jun
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    • Then why the fuck did my motor blow up while sitting at a stop sign yesterday
      Skwadle 20 jun
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    • I personally use my hands to steer.
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    • Shit you can completely take the nut off and still be able to steer no problem. You need a puller after taking the nut off to even make the car "unusable"
      nismod32 20 jun
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    • Just saying mt82 ain't got shit on me my tranmission fails more then I did in high-school
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    • Oh... *Zips up pants*
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