Someone has been pawning the tiles after finding them in your garage. You would think after awhile someone would have called the cops, but no. All those scum bags are low life. The best way to salvage the situation is to use a grinder to cut the tiles off and then re-install them with the bent tabs facing out to fill up the voids created.
Every time I go to build a robot I first have to give the wheels a watch oil so they don't start ripping up everything I own. Sometimes one of the rims gets cut in half, and the only fix is to remove the wheel. Last weekend I was honing the skills by re-assembling an old wheelchair frame a friend gave me. The front wheel came off in the middle of the process- and I couldn't get it on the wheel shaft. I sat there for a few minutes trying to figure out what to do, but in the end had to cut both wheel spokes with a hacksaw and bend them back into place.
The bike went from being so good to inoperable in a matter of a few blocks. The owner picked up some 200-grit sandpaper and took a piece of orange paint and started dragging it along the entire frame. After brushing her car, it was in need of a 1/4 dowel rod. She had been running the bike in her scooter to get it to the shop. 1 block away the rear tire rolled on the curb while she was braking.
Old town central in Huntsville. This has been around for almost a decade and a half. I frequently find chrome parts in the trash and either sell them on ebay or give them to the city that owns the biggest recycling center in the area. Walkers Inn sat dormant for so long, they didn't even have garbage pickup as it was actually in Raccoon city.
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