Confession: When it comes to car repair, we've maimed, broken, set fire to, and flat-out destroyed a lot of stuff. Most of the time, we did not use a power reciprocating saw. This guy did. Ow.

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Breaking stuff is fun. Fixing stuff is slightly less fun, but it's also far more satisfying in the long term. Breaking stuff in order to fix stuff is a weird combination of the two, the kind of mash-up that usually leaves you feeling like there must have been a better way. One member of Honda-Tech sawzalled a wheel in order to remove a chewed-up lug bolt. He broke something. He fixed something.

Make no mistake: In this case, there was definitely a better way.

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Jim-Bob A: "Dude. It's stripped."

Jim-Bob B: "Dude, it IS stripped."

Jim-Bob A: "What the hell are we gonna do about it?"

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Jim-Bob B: "I have no idea. You wanna smoke some crack?"

Jim-Bob A: "Definitely."

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(Hat tip to SuperMotoThud!)

[Honda-Tech]